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Inquiry into crime in the community: victims, offenders, and fear of crime

On Wednesday 11 August 2004, the Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs tabled its report on crime in the community entitled Crime in the Community: victims, offenders and fear of crime Volume One and Volume Two

A copy of the entire report and the individual chapters are provided in Portable Document Format (PDF).

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Inquiry into crime in the community: victims, offenders, and fear of crime Volume One

Preliminary pages Contents, Foreword, Committee Membership, Terms of Reference, List of Abbreviations and List of Recommendations (PDF 82KB)
Chapter 1 Introduction (PDF 46KB)
Chapter 2 Fear of Crime (PDF 159KB)
Chapter 3 Crime Reduction and Prevention Initiatives within Local Communities (PDF 94KB)
Chapter 4 Measuring Crime in Australia (PDF 85KB)
Comments by Labor Members With respect to Volume 1 of the LACA Report into Crime in the Community
Mr John Murphy MP, Hon Duncan Kerr SC MP, Mr Robert McClelland MP and Hon Con Sciacca MP
(PDF 29KB)
Appendix A List of submissions (PDF 22KB)
Appendix B List of exhibits (PDF 41KB)
Appendix C List of witnesses and public hearings (PDF 36KB)

Click here for a consolidated copy of Volume One of the report (PDF 551 KB).

Inquiry into crime in the community: victims, offenders, and fear of crime Volume Two

Preliminary pages Contents, Foreword, Committee Membership, Terms of Reference, List of Abbreviations and List of Recommendations (PDF 64KB)
Chapter 1 Introduction (PDF 23KB)
Chapter 2 Destruction of Evidence (PDF 248KB)
Chapter 3 Motives for the Shredding (PDF 200KB)
Chapter 4 Abuse at Bribie Island (PDF 41KB)
Appendix A List of submissions (PDF 23KB)
Appendix B List of exhibits (PDF 41KB)
Appendix C List of witnesses and public hearings (PDF 38KB)

Click here for a consolidated copy of Volume Two of the report (PDF 663 KB).


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