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45. Crime and justice

4509.0ABS report shows how crime affects Australians (Media Release), Apr 1998
4509.0Crime: 9% of households have a break-in, attempted break-in or vehicle stolen (Media Release), Apr 2002
4509.0Household break-ins down 27% (Media Release), Apr 2005
4509.1Crime and Safety in New South Wales (Media Release), Apr 2007
4509.1NSW residents believe their neighbourhoods are safer: ABS (Media Release), Apr 2008
4509.1NSW residents feeling safer in their neighbourhood (Media Release), Apr 2006
4509.5Crime hits one in seven WA homes (Media Release), Oct 1999
4510.0ABS reports increase in most types of crime (Media Release), 1998
4510.0Fall in the number of recorded victims of crime (Media Release), 2002
4510.0Increase in the number of victims of crime - ABS (Media Release), 2000
4510.0Increase in the number of victims of crime in all offence categories: ABS (Media Release), 2001
4510.0More than a quarter of sexual assault victims were aged 10 to 14 years (Media Release), 2010
4510.0Motor vehicle theft continues to fall in 2006: ABS (Media Release), 2006
4510.0Motor vehicle theft continues to rise (Media Release), 2012
4510.0Motor Vehicle Theft, Unlawful Entry With Intent and Homicide Lowest on Record: ABS (Media Release), 2004
4510.0One in four sexual assault victims were children aged 10 to 14 years: ABS (Media Release), 2009
4510.0Property crime figures fall again (Media Release), 2003
4510.0Property crime on the rise (Media Release), 2011
4510.0Recorded crime, Australia - 1997 (Media Release), 1997
4510.0Reports of sexual assault increase, most other crimes down (Media Release), 2013
4510.0Robberies fall in 2008, car theft hits all time low: ABS (Media Release), 2008
4510.0Robbery down first time in 7 years - ABS Figures (Media Release), 1999
4510.0Robbery on the rise in 2007: ABS (Media Release), 2007
4510.0Unlawful entry with intent, motor vehicle and other theft continue to fall (Media Release), 2005
4512.0New ABS publication shows rise in number of prisoners (Media Release), Mar 1998
4512.0Prison numbers continue to rise - ABS (Media Release), Dec 1999
4512.0Rise in females doing community service (Media Release), March Quarter 2014
4512.0Rise in females in custody (Media Release), June Quarter 2014
4513.0Australia's Courts see a drop in finalised defendants (Media Release), 2009-10
4513.0Children's Courts - 1,625 offenders serve time: ABS (Media Release), 2006-07
4513.0Court statistics show traffic offences have slowed down (Media Release), 2012-13
4513.0Criminal Courts, Australia (Media Release), 2011-12
4513.0Drop in defendants finalised by Australian courts (Media Release), 2010–11
4513.0Half a million defendants finalised in 2003-04:ABS (Media Release), 2003-04
4513.0Higher courts finalised more cases (Media Release), 1998-99
4513.0Higher Criminal Courts Dealing With Defendants Faster: ABS (Media Release), 2000-01
4513.0Illicit drug offences make-up 17% of defendants in Higher Courts: ABS (Media Release), 2005-06
4513.0Increase in criminal cases in the higher courts (Media Release), 1997-98
4513.0Majority of defendants finalised as guilty (Media Release), 1999-2000
4513.0Majority of higher court defendants have a guilty outcome - ABS (Media Release), 1996-97
4513.0More children in Australia's Courts (Media Release), 2008-09
4513.0More than 70% of guilty defendants received a custodial order (Media Release), 2001-02
4513.0Statistical look at Australia's criminal courts (Media Release), 1995
4513.0Traffic offences make-up half of Magistrates' Courts workload (Media Release), 2004-05
4513.0Traffic offences up 13% in a year: ABS, 2007-08
4513.0Women more likely to receive a non-custodial sentence (Media Release), 2002-03
4515.0Defendants with federal offences most commonly charged with fraud: ABS (Media Release), 2008-09
4515.0Federal Defendants, Selected States and Territories (Media Release), 2010-11
4515.0Federal fraud cases drop by 39 per cent (Media Release), 2011-12
4515.0Federal offences increase, federal defendants decrease (Media Release), 2012-13
4515.0Increase in federal offences despite defendant population remaining stable (Media Release), 2009-10
4515.6ABS survey: Is your community safe? (Media Release), Oct 1998
4517.0Australia's prisoner population up 50% in a decade - ABS figures (Media Release), 2001
4517.0Australian prisoner numbers reach 30,000 for the first time (Media Release), 2013
4517.0Increase in Australian adults who are in prison - ABS figures (Media Release), 2000
4517.0More than half of prisoners are repeat offenders: ABS (Media Release), 2008
4517.0Over 25,000 prisoners in Australia (Media Release), 2005
4517.0Over half of Australia's prisoners are 20-35 year old males (Media Release), 2002
4517.0Prison population increased by 40% over past 10 years (Media Release), 2004
4517.0Prisoner numbers drop for the first time in a decade (Media Release), 2011
4517.0Prisoner numbers have increased by 50% over past 10 years (Media Release), 2003
4517.0Prisoner numbers increase by 42% in last 10 years: ABS (Media Release), 2006
4517.0Prisoner numbers rise by 6% (Media Release), 2009
4517.0Prisoner numbers up on last year (Media Release), 2007
4517.0Women in prison rise by 5% (Media Release), 2010
4517.0Women prisoners increasing at a faster rate than men (Media Release), 2012
4518.0Sexual assault information paper: ABS efforts to close gap in data (Media Release), 2003
4519.0Offending peaks in teenage years (Media Release), 2010–11
4519.0Police-initiated actions against offenders rose by 6% (Media Release), 2008-09
4519.0Police initiated action against nearly 300,000 offenders during 2007-08: ABS (Media Release), 2007-08
4519.0Rise in number of female offenders continues (Media Release), 2009-10
4519.0Youth offenders decrease by 6 per cent (Media Release), 2012-13
4524.0Most vulnerable to personal fraud - affluent city-dwellers (Media Release), June 2013
4526.5.55.001One in Twenty WA Households Victims of Break-ins: ABS (Media Release), Oct 2004
4528.0Nearly $1 billion dollars lost by Australians to personal fraud : ABS (Media Release), 2007
4528.0Personal fraud costs Australians $1.4 billion (Media Release), 2010-2011
4529.0Defining the Data Challenge for Family, Domestic and Sexual Violence (Media Release), 2013
4529.0.00.002Bridging the data gaps for family, domestic and sexual violence (Media Release), 2013
4530.0Alcohol, drugs perceived to be involved in most assaults (Media Release), 2010-11
4530.0Household crime decreases (Media Release), 2012-13
4530.0Increased physical assaults in 2011-12 (Media Release), 2011-12
4530.0National crime rates fall (Media Release), 2009–10
4530.0Over a million cases of household property damage (Media Release), 2008-09
4533.0Directory of Family and Domestic Violence Statistics (Media Release), 2013

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