Justice Reinvestment in Australia: Academic Research

Articles

  • Austin, James & Garry Coventry ‘A Critical Analysis of Justice Reinvestment in the United States and Australia’ (2014) 9 Victims & Offenders 126-148

Available here (pay-walled) via Taylor & Francis Online

  • Brown, David ‘Mapping the Conditions of Penal Hope’ (2013) International Journal of Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 27-42

Accessible here (open access) via the International Journal of Crime, Justice and Social Democracy

  • Brown, David, Melanie Schwartz & Laura Boseley ‘The Promise of Justice Reinvestment’  (2012) 37(2) Alternative Law Journal 96-102

Available here (open access) via SSRN

  • Cooper, Trudi, John Scott et al ‘Crime Prevention and Young People: Models and Future Direction for Youth Night Patrols’ (2016) 18(4) Crime Prevention and Community Safety 266-283

Accessible here (pay-walled) via SpringerLink

  • Dawes, Glenn, Andrea Davidson et al  ‘Keeping on Country: understanding and responding to crime and recidivism in remote Indigenous communities’ (2017) 52(4) Australian Psychologist 306-315

Available here (pay-walled) via Wiley Online Library

  • Foley, Tony ‘Justice Reinvestment: What is it? Has it been tried in Australia?’ (2015) 27(2) Legaldate 14-15

Available here (pay-walled) via Informit

  • Guthrie, Jill, Michael Levy & Cressida Fforde ‘Investment in Prisons: An investment in social exclusion? Linking the theories of Justice Investment and Social Inclusion to Examine Australia’s Propensity to Incarcerate (2013) 1(2) Griffith Journal of Law &  Human Dignity 251-281

Available here (open access) via the Griffith Journal of Law & Human Dignity

  • Gooda, Mick, Emilie Priday & Louise McDermott ‘Looking beyond Offenders to the Needs of Victims and Communities’ (2013) 8(5) Indigenous Law Bulletin 13-17

Available here (open access) via Austlii

  • Holden, Eleanor & Sarah Hopkins ‘Justice Reinvestment and Over-Policing: A Conversation with Sarah Hopkins’ (2016) 25(3)  Human Rights Defender 22-25

Accessible here (pay-walled) via Informit

  • Homel, Ross ‘Justice Reinvestment as a Global Phenomenon’ (2014) 9 Victim and Offenders 6-12

Available here (pay-walled) via Taylor & Francis Online

  • Krieg, Anthea & Jill Guthrie et al ”Good Kid, Mad System’: the  Role of Health in Reforming Justice for Vulnerable Communities’ (2016) 204(5) Medical Journal of Australia 177-179

Available here (open access) via the Medical Journal of Australia

  • Lovell, Melissa, Jill Guthrie et al ‘Navigating the Political Landscape of Australian Criminal Justice Reform: Senior Policymakers on Alternatives to Incarceration’ (2018) 29(3) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 227

Available here (open access) via Austlii

  • Mackay, Anita ‘Article 10(1) of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) and Australian Prisons’ (2017) 23(3) Australian Journal of Human Rights 368-389

Available here (pay-walled) via Taylor and Francis Online

  • Mahuna, Marie Ni ‘Prevention Initiatives within the Criminal Justice System of Western Australia and the Importance of the Reciprocal Relationship between the Individual and Their Community’ (2016) 7 The Western Australian Jurist 107-134

Available here (open access) via Austlii

  • Schwartz, Melanie, ‘Building Communities, Not Prisons: Justice Reinvestment and Indigenous Over-Representation’ (2010) 14(1) Australian Indigenous Law Review 2-17

Available here (open access) via SSRN

  • Schwartz, Melanie ‘Redressing Indigenous over-representation in the criminal justice system with justice reinvestment’ (2013) 118 Precedent 38-41

Available here (open access) via Austlii

  • Spiers Williams, Mary Justice Reinvestment: The Cost Benefits of Trusting  and Supporting Indigenous People to Mediate their Troubles’ (2016) 8(22) Indigenous Law Bulletin 21-27

Available here (open access) via Austlii

  • Stubbs, Julie ‘Downsizing Prisons in an Age of Austerity? Justice Reinvestment and Women’s Imprisonment’ (2016) 6(1) Oñati Socio-legal Series [online] 91-115

Available here (open access) via the Directory of Open Access Journals

  • William Wood ‘Justice Reinvestment in Australia’ (2014) 9 Victims and Offenders 100-119

Available here (pay-walled) via Taylor & Francis Online

  • Young, Wendy-Rea & Tammy Solonec ‘Epidemic Incarceration and Justice Reinvestment: It’s Time for Change’ (2011) 7(26) Indigenous Law Bulletin 15-21

Available here (open access) via Austlii

Book Chapters

  • Cunneen, Chris, David Brown et al ‘Justice Reinvestment as Social Justice’ in Weber et al (eds), The Routledge International Handbook of Criminology and Human Rights (Routledge, Milton Park: 2016), 309-318

Open access is available here via SSRN

Books

  • Brown, David, Chris Cunneen et al, Justice Reinvestment: Winding Back Imprisonment (Palgrave Macmillan, Bassinstoke: 2016).

The eBook is accessible here (pay-walled) via SpringerLink