Current Issues in Criminal Justice - Volume 18 No. 3

Editor: Professor Rick Sarre, University of South Australia


  • Bernadette McSherry, Trafficking in Persons: A Critical Analysis of the New Criminal Code Offences
  • Dot Goulding, Violence and Brutality in Prisons: A West Australian Context
  • Jeremy Gans, The Peter Falconio Investigation: Needles, Hay and DNA
  • Sarah Sorial, Sedition and the Question of Freedom of Speech
  • Jo Lennan, The Development of Offensive Language Laws in Nineteenth-Century New South Wales
  • Mark Findlay and Clare McLean, Emerging International Criminal Justice

Contemporary Comments

  • Duncan Chappell and Robyn Lincoln, Abandoning Identity Protection for Juvenile Offenders
  • Sam Garkawe and Michael O'Connell, The Need for a Federal, Australia-Wide Approach to Issues Concerning Crime Victims
  • Edwin Bikundo, The Trial of David Hicks and the Law on the Use of Force


Fiona Hutton, Bar Wars, contesting the night in contemporary British cities, Phil Hadfield, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2006

Rick Sarre, Understanding Victims and Restorative Justice, James Dignan, Open University Press, Maidenhead, Berkshire, UK, 2005