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collapse Year : 2020 ‎(2)
The impact of the 2018 NSW sentencing reforms on supervised community orders and short-term prison sentencesAug
The impact of COVID-19 measures of the NSW adult prison populationAug
collapse Year : 2019 ‎(2)
Offenders sentenced to time already served in custodyMay
Can Electronic Monitoring Reduce Reoffending?May
collapse Year : 2018 ‎(6)
Forecasting male and female inmate numbers: A comparison of ARIMA and ETS modelling resultsNov
The impact of audio visual links (AVL) in courtrooms on prison transport costsSep
Offending over the life course: Contact with the NSW criminal justice system between age 10 and age 33Apr
Australian Imprisonment 2002-2016: Crime, policing and penal policyFeb
Evaluation of the Bail Assessment Officer (BAO) interventionJan
​Recent trends in the NSW female prison populationJan
collapse Year : 2017 ‎(2)
Changing age profile of NSW offendersMar
The NSW Prison Population Simulation Model: A policy analysis toolFeb
collapse Year : 2016 ‎(6)
Adult prison population size in New South Wales: comparative forecastsSep
What's causing the growth in Indigenous Imprisonment in NSW?Aug
Trends in Indigenous offending NSW: 2001-2015Aug
Does a prison sentence affect future domestic violence reoffending?May
Why is the NSW prison population still growing? Another look at prison trends between 2011 and 2015Jan
"Rack 'em, Pack 'em and Stack 'em": Decarceration in an Age of Zero ToleranceJan
collapse Year : 2015 ‎(7)
The impact of the NSW Intensive Supervision Program on recidivismNov
Does the first prison sentence reduce the risk of further offending?Oct
Prison penalties for serious domestic and non-domestic assaultOct
Who goes to prison for breaching an Apprehended Domestic Violence Order? An analysis of police narrativesOct
The 2015 NSW prison population forecastApr
Have New South Wales criminal courts become more lenient in the past 20 years?Mar
Does the threat of longer prison terms reduce the incidence of assault?Mar
collapse Year : 2014 ‎(2)
The effect of suspended sentences on imprisonmentAug
Why is the NSW prison population growing?Aug
collapse Year : 2013 ‎(6)
The impact of intensive correction orders on re-offendingDec
Forecasting prison populations using sentencing and arrest dataOct
Youths in custody in NSW: Aspirations and strategies for the futureSep
Sentencing outcomes for those assessed for intensive correction order suitabilityMay
Sentencing snapshot: Child sexual assault, 2009-2010May
The impact of the NSW Young Offenders Act (1997) on the likelihood of a custodial orderJan
collapse Year : 2012 ‎(9)
Why is the NSW prison population falling?Sep
Early-Phase Outcomes from a Randomized Trial of Intensive Judicial Supervision in an Australian Drug CourtJun
The Effect of Custodial Penalties on Juvenile Re-offendingApr
The effect of arrest and imprisonment on crime Feb
Sentencing snapshot: Homicide and related offencesFeb
Sentencing snapshot: RobberyFeb
Sentencing snapshot: Motor vehicle theftFeb
Sentencing snapshot: Sexual assault, 2009-2010Jan
Sentencing snapshot: Break and enter, 2009-2010Jan
collapse Year : 2011 ‎(6)
Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the risk/needs assessment process for community-based offendersDec
How much time? Indigenous status and the sentenced imprisonment term decision in New South WalesAug
The profile of offenders receiving suspended sentencesJun
The relationship between police arrests and correctional workloadMay
Sentencing snapshot for AssaultFeb
Sentencing snapshot: Illicit drug offences involving amphetamines, 2009-2010Jan
collapse Year : 2010 ‎(4)
Why does NSW have a higher imprisonment rate than Victoria? Dec
Re-thinking Indigenous over-representation in prisonDec
The effect of prison on adult re-offendingAug
Comorbid substance and non-substance mental health disorders and re-offending among NSW prisonersMay
collapse Year : 2009 ‎(4)
Prison populations and correctional outlays: The effect of reducing re-imprisonmentDec
Why are indigenous imprisonment rates rising?Aug
​The specific deterrent effect of custodial penalties on juvenile re-offendingJul
The role of drug and alcohol policy in reducing Indigenous over-representation in prisonJul
collapse Year : 2008 ‎(4)
CHERE report: The Costs of NSW Drug CourtSep
Monitoring trends in re-offending among offenders released from prisonJul
Assessing the Impact of Mandatory DNA Testing of Prison Inmates in NSW on Clearance, Charge and Conviction Rates for Selected Crime CategoriesJan
Does the lack of alternatives increase the risk of a prison sentence?Jan
collapse Year : 2007 ‎(1)
Does Racial Bias in Sentencing Contribute to Indigenous Overrepresentation in Prison?Jun
collapse Year : 2006 ‎(4)
Reducing Aboriginal Over-Representation in Prison: A rejoinder to Chris CunneenNov
The economic and social factors underpinning Indigenous contact with the justice system: Results from the 2002 NATSISS surveyOct
Indigenous over-representation in prison: The role of offender characteristicsSep
How much crime does prison stop? The incapacitation effect of prison on burglaryJan
collapse Year : 2003 ‎(1)
Contact with the New South Wales court and prison systems: The influence of age, Indigenous status and genderAug
collapse Year : 2002 ‎(3)
The impact of abolishing short prison sentencesSep
Multiple drug use among police detaineesJan
The growth in female imprisonment in New South WalesJan
collapse Year : 2001 ‎(5)
Aboriginal victimisation and offending: The picture from police recordsDec
Trends in sentencing in the New South Wales criminal courts: 1990 - 2000Nov
The scope for reducing Indigenous imprisonment ratesMar
Factors underlying Indigenous arrest ratesJan
Simulating the New South Wales criminal justice system: A stock and flow approachJan
collapse Year : 2000 ‎(1)
Drug use among police detaineesMar
collapse Year : 1999 ‎(1)
Women in prison: The criminal court perspectiveDec
collapse Year : 1995 ‎(4)
Women in prisonDec
The limits of incapacitation as a crime control strategySep
Why does NSW have a higher imprisonment rate than Victoria?May
Fine default: Enforcing fine paymentJan
collapse Year : 1992 ‎(1)
Imprisonment rates in NSW and Victoria: Explaining the differenceMar
collapse Year : 1991 ‎(1)
NSW Sentencing Act 1989Jan
collapse Year : 1989 ‎(1)
Court delay and prison overcrowdingJan
collapse Year : 1987 ‎(1)
Detentions under the Intoxicated Persons Act during 1987Jan
collapse Year : 1985 ‎(1)
Fine default: a survey of persons imprisoned in NSW for the non-payment of finesJan
collapse Year : 1984 ‎(2)
Intoxicated persons 1981Jan
Bail reform in NSWJan
collapse Year : 1974 ‎(1)
A Thousand PrisonersAug
collapse Year : 1972 ‎(1)
Drunks who go to GaolAug


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