Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research

BOCSAR's Applied Research in Crime and Justice Conference 2013:

Keynote lectures and presentation slides


Conference Program (pdf 182Kb)

Conference Handbook (pdf 632Kb)

Jim AlexanderUniversity of Utah Evidence based treatments for high risk youth and families: Integrating theory, research, clinical experience, cultural competence, and therapists into an effective intervention - link to YouTube
Kate BowersUniversity College London Situational crime prevention: what we know and what we are starting to understand - link to YouTube
Roderick BroadhurstAustralian National University The recidivism of homicide offenders: preliminary estimates from the WA recidivism data-base
Tanya ChikritzhsNational Drug Research Institute, WA Violence in the night-time economy: availability and amenity
Henk ElffersNSCR Amsterdam & Griffith University Police data are bad, but are victim surveys any better?
David FergussonUniversity of Otago The prevention, treatment and management of conduct problems in childhood and adolescence
Robin FitzgeraldThe University of Queensland Are neighbourhoods crime prone in different ways? Toward a typology
Jane Goodman-DelahuntyCharles Sturt University Parental sexual offending: Managing risk through diversion
Wayne HallThe University of Queensland How may addiction neuroscience
affect the way that courts deal with
addicted offenders?
Sarah HopkinsJustice Reinvestment for Aboriginal Young People Campaign Articulating policy change in NSW: A case study of the justice reinvestment for Aboriginal Young People Campaign
Dave IndermaurThe University of Western Australia Public Attitudes and Sentencing: Towards a comprehensive understanding
Craig JonesNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research The effect of intensive judicial supervision on drug court outcomes: Long-term follow-up from a randomised controlled trial
Sally KeltyUniversity of Tasmania How to identify and employ top-performing crime-scene examiners and why it matters in criminal justice
Mark KleimanUCLA School of Public Affairs - Public Policy How to have less crime and less punishment - link to YouTube
Michael LivingstoneJesuit Social Services Research for reform: The experience of children on remand in Victoria
Andrew McGrathCharles Sturt University An Australian juvenile offender risk-need inventory and what we have learnt about its accuracy
Elizabeth MooreJustice Health, NSW Risk factors for re-incarceration among young people in custody
Elizabeth MooreJustice Health, NSW Cannabis use among Australian young offenders: impacts on re-offending behaviour
Jake NajmanThe University of Queensland Criminal justice priorities and life course research
Suzanne PoyntonNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research Bonds, suspended sentences and re-offending: Does the length of the order matter?
Eli SilvermanJohn Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York
The crime numbers game: Deterrent to effective policing - link to YouTube
Nadine SmithNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research Stress, social support and violence against women: A longitudinal analysis
Anna StewartGriffith University Targeting crime prevention to reduce offending: Identifying communities that generate chronic and costly offenders
David TaitUniversity of Western Sydney Are fines criminogenic? The impact of fines on re-offending in NSW Local Courts
Richard WatkinsVictoria Police Increased drug offending or increased police productivity? Estimating total drug offending in Victoria using statistical methodologies
Emma WorthingtonNSW Department of Attorney General and Justice Results of the Residential Break and Enter Offender Study

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Joanne BakerCrime Prevention Division Effective crime prevention strategies for local government
Shaunagh FoyCharles Sturt University Profiling missing persons within NSW
Maria JofreUniversity of Chile Analysis of Criminal Behaviour Using a Logistic Regression Model
Nicole MahoneyNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research Crime Mapping at the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research
Steve MoffattNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research The impact of the NSW Young Offenders Act (1997) on the likelihood of receiving a custodial order
Lucy SnowballNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research Public confidence in the New South Wales Criminal Justice system
Paul WaglandNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research Participant satisfaction with Youth Justice Conferences