Current Issues in Criminal Justice Volume 28 Number 3, March 2017
  
Current Issues in Criminal Justice Volume 28 Number 3, March 2017
Editor: Murray Lee
Institute of Criminology Press
ISSN: 1034-5329

Current Issues in Criminal Justice is the major Australian journal on criminal justice. Contributors include academics, researchers and professionals, who provide expert analysis of the many aspects of criminal justice. The journal covers national and international issues, and has subscribers from many different countries and disciplines.

Contents

Articles

  • Nothing Works? A Meta-Review of Indigenous Sentencing Court Evaluations by Elena Marchetti
  • Restorative Justice Conferencing as a ?Holistic? Process: Convenor Perspectives by Masahiro Suzuki and William R Wood
  • The Prisoners Review Board of Western Australia: What Do the Public Know about Parole? by Natalie Gately, Catherine Ferguson, Suzanne Ellis and Robert Cock

Paul Byrne SC Memorial Lecture

  • Uniform Evidence Law at 21 by Stephen Odgers SC

Contemporary Comment

  • ?Now They?re Extraordinary Powers?: Firearms Prohibition Orders and Warrantless Search Powers in New South Wales by Megan McElhone

Essays

  • How I Would Spend $100 Million to Reduce Crime by Rick Sarre
  • How I Would Spend $100 Million to Reduce Crime: A Response by Paul Mazerolle

Book review

  • Homicide, Gender, and Responsibility: An International Perspective edited by Kate Fitz-Gibbon and Sandra Walklate, reviewed by Gemma Hamilton

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