Current Issues in Criminal Justice
Current Issues in Criminal Justice is produced by the Institute of Criminology Press and is the major Australian journal on criminal justice. Contributors include academics, researchers and professionals, who provide expert analysis of the many aspects of criminal justice. The Journal covers national and international issues, and has subscribers from many different countries and disciplines.
The Journal features ‘Contemporary Comments’ which are at the cutting edge of the crime and justice debate, as well as reviews of recently released books.
Current Issues in Criminal Justice: Volume 24 Number 3, March 2013
- Michael Salter, Thomas Crofts and Murray Lee, Beyond Criminalisation and Responsibilisation: Sexting, Gender and Young People
- Heather Douglas and April Chrzanowski, A Consideration of the Legitimacy and Equity of Queensland’s Offender Levy
- Natalia Hanley and Stuart Ross, Forensic Mental Health in Australia: Charting the Gaps
- Sheena Fleming, Tim Prenzler and Janet Ransley, The Status of Indigenous Women in Policing: A Queensland Case Study
- Meredith Brown, Gaye Lansdell, Bernadette Saunders and Anna Eriksson, ‘I’m sorry but you’re just not that special …’ Reflecting on the ‘Special Circumstances’ Provisions of the Infringements Act 2006 (Vic)
- Shane D Muldoon, S Caroline Taylor and Caroline Norma, Patterned Characteristics of Continued and Discontinued Sexual Assault Complaints in the Criminal Justice Process
- Lucinda Jordan and James Farrell, Juvenile Justice Diversion in Victoria: A Blank Canvas?
- Julia Quilter, Responses to the Death of Thomas Kelly: Taking Populism Seriously
- Lynne Weathered, Reviewing the New South Wales DNA Review Panel: Considerations for Australia
- Arlie Loughnan, Mental State Defences in Criminal Law by Steven Yannoulidis