Current Issues in Criminal Justice - Volume 18 No. 2

Editor: Associate Professor Luke McNamara, University of Wollongong


  • Gail Mason, Touring in Safety
  • Melissa Bull & Mark Craig, The Problem of Terrorism: Balancing risk between state and civil responsibilities
  • Simon Mackenzie, Psychosocial Balance Sheets: Illicit Purchase Decisions in the Antiquities Market
  • Kate Warner, Sentencing Scholarship in Australia
  • Judy Courtin, Judging the Judges: How the Victorian Court of Appeal is dealing with appeals against conviction in child sexual assault matters
  • Anne Cossins, Prosecuting Child Sexual Assault Cases: Are vulnerable witness protections enough?
  • Anne Cossins, Prosecuting Child Sexual Assault Cases: To specialise or not, that is the question
  • Moira Carmody, Preventing Adult Sexual Violence Through Education?

Contemporary Comments

  • Jude McCulloch, Australia’s Anti-Terrorism Legislation and the Jack Thomas Case
  • Don Weatherburn & Jackie Fitzgerald, Reducing Aboriginal Over-representation in Prison: A rejoinder to Chris Cunneen
  • Chris Cunneen, A Note on the Federal Government funding after the
    Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody
  • Edwin Bikundo, The Trial of David Hicks and the Law on the Use of Force


Rebecca Scott Bray, Enduring Images and the Art of Remembering: Book Review of City of Shadows: Sydney Police Photographs 1912-1948 (Peter Doyle with Caleb Williams) and Exhibition Review of City of Shadows: Inner city crime & mayhem 1912-1948 (Curator Peter Doyle)

Peter Shea, Criminal Profiling: Principles and Practice, Richard Kocsis,
Humana Press, New Jersey, 2006