Latest criminal justice News

Six law firms collaborate to support launch of Black Equity Organisation, UK’s new national Black British civil rights organisation
New legislation to keep our children and young people safe
Ministerial Statement 24 May
New NSW police powers are dangerously broad
Queensland’s Magistrates Court renews commitment to reconciliation
Mental health, disability in justice system
Invest in people, not police: ACT Greens Senate Candidate Dr Tjanara Goreng Goreng
$450 million to support safe and thriving WA communities
Commission of Inquiry to examine Queensland Police Service responses to domestic and family violence
Queenslanders have chance to be heard in ground-breaking justice review
New initiatives to tackle youth crime in Pilbara
Restorative Record helps employers see beyond criminal records of job applicants
New corrections officers improve community safety across South East Queensland
First-of-its-kind study compares domestic violence programs, finds promising results
New corrections officers improve community safety in Far North Queensland
$9 million to keep our youth on track
Banksia Hill conditions are an appalling breach of human rights: reform is urgent
New corrections officers improve community safety in Rockhampton
New corrections officers improve community safety for SEQ
UNHCR News Comment on Release of Refugees from Detention
Health Policy Day: how all aspects of your environment impact health
Improving justice through new ‘right to appeal’
Skill, training gaps are obstacles for NYS cannabis workforce
Improving justice and policing responses for victim-survivors
Putting Young Lives Back On Right Track
Statement for Moana Jackson
Budget missed opportunity to invest in justice
No demonstrated need for Character Test Bill
Community to be consulted about tackling coercive control
Retired judge to lead historic review of Justices Act 1886
Maryborough welcomes new correctional officers – unlock your new career in community safety
122 recruits inducted on 50th anniversary of Queensland Police Academy
Academy move afoot as Queensland’s newest police officers graduate on Oxley’s 50th anniversary
Community safety boosted with 14 new corrections officers in Townsville
Justice gap must be bridged
Northern Territory Commissioner of Police and CEO Fire and Emergency Services
No to Violence calls for federal investment to help break cycle of family and domestic violence
Legislation now passed to allow judge alone criminal trials in Tasmania
Childhood trauma linked to risk of adult crime
Life success remains high despite adolescent drug use
In Dialogue with Israel, Experts of Human Rights Committee Raise Issues Concerning Applicability of Covenant and Ask about
Ending violence against women
Technology and distance weaponised against rural women domestic violence victims
Book explores free will or determinism debate
Stories from inside: failings of Australia’s criminal justice system
Taking hard line on crime
Engineer to develop fingerprints into 3D holograms
ACT Government strengthening family violence laws