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STATISTICAL PUBLICATIONS
MEDIA RELEASES
FEATURE ARTICLES
INFORMATION PAPERS
OTHER PUBLISHED DATA


STATISTICAL PUBLICATIONS

MOST RECENTLY PUBLISHED


4906.0 - Personal Safety, Australia; 2012
4517.0 - Prisoners in Australia; 2013
4529.0.00.002 - Bridging the Data Gaps for Family, Domestic, and Sexual Violence; 2013
4512.0 - Corrective Services, Australia; September quarter 2013
4533.0 - Directory of Family and Domestic Violence Statistics (2013 update); 2013
4524.0 - In Focus: Crime and Justice Statistics; October 2013
4512.0 - Corrective Services, Australia; June quarter 2013
4524.0 - In Focus: Crime and Justice Statistics; June 2013
4510.0 - Recorded Crime - Victims, Australia; 2012
4512.0 - Corrective Services, Australia; March quarter 2013
4515.0 - Federal Defendants, Australia; 2011-12
4517.0 - Prisoners in Australia (reissue); 2012
4512.0 - Corrective Services, Australia; December quarter 2012
4519.0 - Recorded Crime - Offenders; 2011-12
4530.0 - Crime Victimisation, Australia; 2011-12
4513.0 - Criminal Courts, Australia; 2011-12
4529.0 - Defining the Data Challenge for Family, Domestic, and Sexual Violence; 2013
4528.0 - Personal Fraud, Australia; 2010-11


NEXT PUBLISHED

4513.0 - Criminal Courts, Australia, 2012-13 (February 2014).
4530.0 - Crime Victimisation, Australia, 2012-13 (February 2014)
4519.0 - Recorded Crime - Offenders, Australia 2012-13 (February 2014)

ABS Release Advice


MEDIA RELEASES

The latest media releases in Crime and Justice statistics are:

4906.0 - Australia's 18 to 24 year olds most at risk of violence; 11 December 2013
4517.0 - Australia's prisoner numbers reach 30,000 for the first time; 5 December 2013
4529.0.00.002 - ABS assists in building the evidence base for family, domestic, and sexual violence statistics; 25 November 2013
4533.0 - Revised directory of family and domestic violence statistics; 3 October 2013
4524.0 - Most vulnerable to personal fraud - affluent city-dwellers; 19 June 2013
4510.0 - Motor vehicle theft continues to rise; 13 June 2013
4515.0 - Federal fraud cases drop by 39 percent; 16 May 2013
4530.0 - Increased physical assaults in 2011-12; 19 February 2013
4513.0 - Increase in number of people sentenced to jail; 14 February 2013
4517.0 - Women prisoners increasing at a faster rate than men; 6 December 2012
4528.0 - Personal fraud costs Australians $1.4 billion; 19 April 2012


FEATURE ARTICLES

Measures of Australia's Progress (cat. no. 1383.0.55.001)
2012 Crime
2011 Crime
2010 Crime and progress
2009 Living together - crime

Australian Social Trends (cat. no. 4102.0)
2010 Who's afraid? Feelings of personal safety
2010 Repeat imprisonment
2009 International comparisons - prison population
2009 Other areas of social concern key statistics - crime
2007 Interpersonal violence
2007 Women's experience of partner violence
2005 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People: Contact with the Law
2005 Higher Criminal Court Outcomes
2004 Women in prison
2003 Crime Victimisation and Feelings of Safety
1997 The Criminal Justice System
1997 Reported Crimes
1997 Murder and Manslaughter
1997 Victims of Assault
1997 Violence against Women
1997 Prisoners in Australia

Year Book Australia (cat. no. 1301.0) contains an annual Crime and Justice chapter and feature articles.
2012 Crime and Justice
2009-10 Crime and Justice
2009-10 Personal Fraud
2008 Crime and Justice
2008 Physical Violence
2007 Crime and Justice
2007 Crime victimisation
2007 Victims of household break-ins
2007 Experience of personal violence
2006 Crime and Justice
2006 Likelihood of Victims Reporting Crime to Police
2005 Crime and Justice
2005 Women in prison
2004 Crime and Justice
2004 Indigenous prisoners
2003 Crime and Justice
2003 Weapons used against victims of crime
2002 Crime and Justice
2001 Crime and Safety
2001 Crime in Twentieth Century Australia: Centenary of Federation Article
1998 Violence Against Women

Australian Capital Territory in Focus (cat. no. 1307.8); latest release November 2007, Crime and Justice: Chapter 9.
New South Wales Year Book (cat. no. 1300.1); latest release March 2004, Crime and Justice: Chapter 8.
Queensland Year Book (cat. no. 1301.3); latest release March 2001, Law and Order: Chapter 8.
South Australia: A Statistical Profile (cat. no. 1368.4); latest release February 2001, Crime and Courts: Chapter 6.
Tasmanian Year Book (cat. no. 1301.6); latest release November 1999, Law and Police Services: Chapter 5;
Victorian Year Book (cat. no. 1301.2); latest release April 2002, Crime and Justice: Chapter 10.

Regional Statistics, Australian Capital Territory (cat. no. 1362.8.55.001); latest release June 2003.
Regional Statistics, New South Wales (cat. no. 1362.1); latest release May 2004.
Regional Statistics, Northern Territory (cat. no. 1362.7); latest release May 2010.
Regional Statistics, Queensland (cat. no. 1362.3); latest release October 2004, Population and People; Law and Order: Chapter 1.
Regional Statistics, Tasmania (cat. no. 1362.6); latest release February 2007, Crime and Justice: Chapter 4.
Regional Statistics, Victoria (cat. no. 1362.2); latest release December 2002, Society and Culture; Number of Criminal Offences: Chapter


CLASSIFICATIONS
Australian Standard Classification of Drugs of Concern, 2011 (cat. no. 1248.0)
Australian Standard Geographical Classification, 2011 (cat. no. 1216.0)
Australian and New Zealand Standard Offence Classification 2011(ANZSOC) (cat. no. 1234.0) Australian Standard Classification of Cultural and Ethnic Groups, 2011 (cat. no. 1249.0)
National Offence Index, 2009 (cat. no. 1234.0.55.001 )
INFORMATION PAPERS

Bridging the Data Gaps for Family, Domestic, and Sexual Violence (cat. no. 4529.0.00.002)
Defining the Data Challenge for Family, Domestic, and Sexual Violence (cat. no. 4529.0)
Conceptual Framework for Family and Domestic Violence (cat. no. 4529.0)
Directory of Family and Domestic Violence Statistics (cat. no. 4533.0)
Measuring Crime Victimisation, Australia: The Impact of Different Collection Methodologies (cat. no. 4522.0.55.001)
Measuring Victims of Crime: A Guide to Using Administrative and Survey Data, 2011 (cat. no. 4500.0.55.001)
National Information Development Plan for Crime and Justice (cat. no. 4520.0)
Sexual Assault Information Development Framework (cat. no. 4518.0)
National Criminal Justice Statistical Framework (cat. no. 4525.0)


OTHER PUBLISHED DATA

Causes of Death, Australia (cat. no. 3303.0)
Community Safety, Tasmania (cat. no. 4515.6)
Crime and Safety, New South Wales (cat. no. 4509.1)
Crime and Safety, South Australia (cat. no. 4509.4)
Crime and Safety, Western Australia (cat. no. 4509.5)
Deaths, Australia (cat. no. 3302.0)
General Social Survey (cat. no. 4159.0)
Home Safety and Security, Western Australia (cat. no. 4526.5.55.001)
Legal Services, Australia 2007-08 (cat. no. 8667.0)
Measures of Australia's Progress (MAP) (cat. no. 1370.0)
National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey (4714.0)
Personal Safety, Australia, 2005 (reissue) (cat. no. 4906.0)
Population Survey Monitor (cat. no. 4103.0)
Queensland at a Glance (cat. no. 1312.3)
Safety in the Home, Queensland (cat. no. 4387.3)
Sexual Assault in Australia: A Statistical Overview (cat. no. 4523.0)
Western Australia Statistical Indicators (cat. no. 1367.5)
Women's Safety Australia (cat. no. 4128.0)

Please note that the releases listed on this page are current to within approximately the last five years. All ABS publications issued from the ABS Central Office from 1901 to 1993 and all publications issued by the state offices between 1985 and 1993 have been placed on microfiche and are titled Historical Microfiche Series - Statistical Publications Since Federation (cat. no. 1122.0). These can be sourced from the Index to the Historical Microfiche Series - Statistical Publications Since Federation (cat. no. 1123.0). For all other queries and special consultancy requests please see the Contacts section in these pages.



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