NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research

NSW Bureau Of Crime Statistics And Research

NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research

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The NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research is a statistical and research agency within the New South Wales Attorney General's Department, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It was established in 1969.

The director of the bureau is Dr. Don Weatherburn.

Activities of the Bureau

In a broad sense, the Bureau's is responsible for identifying factors affecting the distribution and frequency of crime, and the effectiveness of the NSW criminal justice system.

The Bureau develops and maintains statistical databases on crime and criminal justice in NSW, monitors trends in crime and criminal justice, and also conducts research on crime and criminal justice issues and problems.

Statistical information and other publications of the Bureau are accessible by the public.

Public Information

Information about crime that is typically stored in the databases includes:
  • The type of offense committed
  • Time and location of the offense
  • The age, gender, plea, outcome of court appearance and penalty (in the cases of persons charged with criminal offenses who appear before the courts)


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