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NCJ Number: 148751 Find in a Library
Title: National Trends for Persons in Juvenile Corrective Institutions and Adult Prisons, 1981 To 1992
Author(s): D Dagger; S Mukherjee
Corporate Author: Australian Institute of Criminology
Date Published: 1994
Page Count: 29
Sponsoring Agency: Australian Institute of Criminology
Canberra ACT, 2601, Australia
Publication Number: ISBN 0-642-20067-X
Sale Source: Australian Institute of Criminology
GPO Box 2944
Canberra ACT, 2601,
Type: Statistics
Language: English
Country: Australia
Annotation: This report outlines national trends for juveniles incarcerated in corrective institutions and prisons in Australia between 1981 and 1992.
Abstract: The first section discusses data collected by the Australian Institute on Criminology on juveniles in corrective institutions, aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander data, the types of population data used here, and rules governing juvenile offenders in each jurisdiction in Australia. The tables present statistics calculated by race, age, gender, detention status, and jurisdiction. The last 11 tables compare the number of persons under 20 years in juvenile institutions and adult prisons, by jurisdiction and sex, as of June 30 in each year between 1982 and 1992. 18 tables, 5 figures, and 2 appendixes
Main Term(s): Statistics
Index Term(s): Australia; Courts; Foreign juvenile justice systems; Juvenile inmate statistics; Juveniles
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