Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research

Applied Research in Crime and Justice conference 2019​​Keynote lectures and presentation slides

KeynotesLast NameOrganisationTitleSlides (ppt/pdf)Slides/Audio (mp4)
​Anaïs​Henneguelle​École Normale Supérieure of Paris-Saclay​What works in France? Questions and answers about recidivism and electronic monitoring

pdf, 1Mb

PaulMazerolleGriffith UniversityStriving for effectiveness in crime and justice policy: Rhetoric, reality and pathways for the futureppt, 3.6MbYouTube
KevinSchnepelSimon Fraser UniversityDiversion in the Criminal Justice Systempdf, 6.2MbYouTube
​David​Wilson​George Mason University​Developing a theory of effective juvenile delinquency programming through an examination of change-levers rather than program types: Preliminary evidence from a large juvenile delinquency meta-analysis

pdf, 85Kb

PresentersLast NameOrganisationTitleSlides (ppt/pdf)Slides/Audio (mp4)
ArmitaAdilyKirby Institute, The University of New South WalesThe role of mental health treatment in preventing offending behaviourppt, 1.6MbYouTube
TroyAllardGriffith UniversityCosting Indigenous and non-Indigenous offending trajectoriesppt, 748KbYouTube
GeorgeAthanasopoulosMonash UniversityForecasting prisoner numbers: A grouped time series approachpdf, 2.1MbYouTube
Queensland Corrective ServicesPredictive factors in attempted and completed suicides in Queensland correctional facilitiesppt, 4.1MbYouTube
JoeClareUniversity of Western AustraliaWhat’s changing in what’s being stolen? Examining 11-years of residential burglaries for target selection, repeat victimisation, net return on offending effort, and theft of motor vehicles.ppt, 6.4MbYouTube
AlanaCookDepartment of the Attorney-General and Justice, NTAn analysis of alcohol-related justice system contacts following introduction of the Northern Territory Banned Drinker Registerppt, 1.7MbYouTube
GeorgeKarystianisKirby Institute, The University of New South WalesAutomatic extraction of mental health disorders from domestic violence police narratives: a text mining studyppt, 9.3MbYouTube
FelixLeungNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and ResearchPredicting offending on bailpdf, 3.6MbYouTube
RomanMarchantCentre for Translational Data ScienceBayesian optimisation for police patrollingppt, 63MbYouTube
FedericoMaseraUniversity of New South WalesFlight from urban blight: Lead poisoning, crime and suburbanizationpdf, 5.5MbYouTube
AnthonyMorganAustralian Institute of CriminologyDoes CCTV help police solve crime?ppt, 506KbYouTube
Evarn JOoiNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and ResearchThe impact of Private versus Public legal representation on criminal proceedingspdf, 88KbYouTube
John Jay College of Criminal JusticeIntimate Partner Violence (IPV) and Data Science: A case study of enhancing IPV data and implementing an IPV focused deterrence strategypdf, 586KbYouTube
SuzannePoyntonNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and ResearchThe effect of the NSW custodial Violent Offender Treatment Program (VOTP) on reoffendingpdf, 1MbYouTube
SaraRahmanNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and ResearchThe marginal effect of bail decisions on failure to appear, imprisonment and crimepdf, 1.1MbYouTube
LucySnowballNSW Department of EducationDid the National Firearms Agreement reduce the likelihood of a gun massacre in Australia?ppt, 109KbYouTube
Center for Forensic Behavioural Science: Swinburne UniversityA systematic review and meta-analysis of the efficacy of psychological interventions with violent offenders in custodial, community, and forensic mental health settingsppt, 1.4MbYouTube
AnnaStewartGriffith UniversityAssessing the life course overlaps among mental health, child protection and criminal justice system contacts: Similarities and differences by gender and Indigenous statusppt, 1.5MbYouTube
DonWeatherburnNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and ResearchCan electronic monitoring reduce reoffendingppt, 1.1MbYouTube
RichardWortleyJill Dando Institute, University College LondonA situational analysis of homicide in Australiapdf, 235KbYouTube
SteveYeongNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and ResearchThe impact of police numbers on crimepdf, 210KbYouTube
SteveYeongNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and ResearchA re-analysis of the 2015 Domestic Violence Evidence in Chief Re-offending (DVEC)pdf, 425KbYouTube
GiulioZanellaUniversity of AdelaidePrison work and recidivismpdf, 535KbYouTube