Australian Crime: Facts and Figures

Australian Crime: Facts and Figures

Australian Crime: Facts & Figures is a snapshot of crime in Australia. The Australian Institute of Criminology has brought together information from a range of published data sources to provide a comprehensive picture of Australian crime and criminal justice. These easy-to-access crime statistics are available to law enforcement, justice and other government agencies, non-government agencies, the media, academia and the public from a single centralised location.

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Victims of Crime

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  • Long-term trends in violent and property crime victimisation
  • Age and gender of victims of violent and property crime
  • Location of violent and property crime in Australia
  • Trends and characteristics of physical assault in Australia
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Data declaration & glossary

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Offenders

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  • Long-term trends in violent and property crime offending
  • Demographic profiles of violent and property offenders
  • Young offenders
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Corrections

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  • Long-term trends in prisons and community corrections
  • Prisoner characteristics such as most serious offence
  • Young people in detention
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Criminal courts

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  • Long-term trends regarding defendants finalised in Australian courts
  • Timeliness of matters and sentence characteristics
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Data sources

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