Useful Links for Law
AustLII online tutorial
Researching Australian Law
SA Parliament Website, containing SA Parliamentary Debates (Hansard) and SA Legislation
Flinders University Legal Studies
NLA's Australian Law on the Internet
Commonwealth Government Entry Point
South Australian Government Information
Law Admissions Consultative Committee
Useful Links for Criminal Justice
International - National Criminal Justice Reference Service, Victims Homepage (US)
ABS Statsite containing Statistics of Victimisation
Courts - Victim Impact Statements in ACT
Family Group Conferencing
Victorian Parliamentary Report on Restitution
Correctional Services - SA Department of Justice Correctional Services
Victim Support Services - Victims of Crime Bureau, NSW
Victim Services, Ministry of Justice, WA
Victim Support Services, SA
Australian Institute of Criminology
Federal, State, Territory and Local Government
Federal, State and Territory Courts and Legislation
United Kingdom Home Office Research Development and Statistics Directorate
United States National Criminal Justice Information Service
United States National Institute of Justice International Center
United Nations Crime and Justice Information Network
Other Sources of Information on Crime and Justice in Australia
Australian Criminology Database (CINCH) is produced by the Australian Institute of Criminology and is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published and unpublished material on all aspects of crime and criminal justice from 1968 onwards. Source documents include journal articles, monographs, monograph chapters, conference papers, government documents, book reviews and theses. CINCH is available through most university libraries.
Recent contents pages and abstracts are available on line. Flinders University has an electronic subscription which can be accessed through Voyager. Part of the journal (1994-98) is also available electronically on Lexis.com through the University library.
The contents pages of this journal are available on line.
WebLaw is a subject gateway to Australian legal resources online. It provides annotated links to up-to-date, quality assessed internet resources, and includes subject guides for Criminology and Policing.