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2013-10-23T08:25:00+10:00 10.2013
Monitoring police ethics: a 2013 survey of Queensland recruits and First Year Constables (Research & Issues Paper No. 13) (DOC, 359.0 kB)

This paper reports on the results of a 2013 survey of the ethical attitudes of Queensland Police Service recruits and First Year Constables (FYCs). It provides some insight into the professional values, knowledge and perceptions of recruits and FYCs. Word version.

2013-10-23T08:20:00+10:00 10.2013
Monitoring police ethics: a 2013 survey of Queensland recruits and First Year Constables (Research & Issues Paper, No. 13) (PDF, 326.7 kB)

This paper reports on the results of a 2013 survey of the ethical attitudes of Queensland Police Service recruits and First Year Constables (FYCs). It provides some insight into the professional values, knowledge and perceptions of recruits and FYCs.

2013-08-01T09:55:00+10:00 08.2013
Improving misconduct reporting in the QPS: the importance of ethical culture (Research & Issues Paper No. 11) (PDF, 362.3 kB)

This research and issues paper (number 11) presents the findings from a survey that examined the relative contributions of job-related factors and ethical culture in influencing QPS officers’ intention to report misconduct.

2013-08-01T09:55:00+10:00 08.2013
Improving misconduct reporting in the QPS: the importance of ethical culture (Research & Issues Paper No. 11) (DOC, 382.0 kB)

This research and issues paper (number 11) presents the findings from a survey that examined the relative contributions of job-related factors and ethical culture in influencing QPS officers’ intention to report misconduct. Word version.

2010-02-01T20:00:00+10:00 02.2010
Crime Bulletin No. 12: Illicit drug markets in Queensland: a strategic assessment (PDF, 1.6 MB)

Market-based analysis of the risk posed by illicit drug markets in Queensland, with a particular focus on organised criminal involvement.

2009-12-01T10:00:00+10:00 12.2009
Crime Bulletin No. 11: Money laundering and organised crime in Queensland: a strategic assessment (PDF, 1014.8 kB)

Examination of what constitutes money laundering in Queensland and of different money laundering techniques used by organised crime groups.

2009-10-01T10:00:00+10:00 10.2009
Crime Bulletin No. 10: Organised fraud in Queensland: a strategic assessment (PDF, 811.6 kB)

An overview of current and emerging issues relating to online, credit card, identity and cheque fraud.

2009-06-01T12:05:00+10:00 06.2009
Crime Bulletin No. 9: Organised property crime markets in Queensland: a strategic assessment (PDF, 1.3 MB)

This strategic assessment describes the nature and extent of organised property crime markets in Queensland.

2007-09-01T10:00:00+10:00 09.2007
Crime Bulletin No. 8: The cocaine market in Queensland: a strategic assessment (PDF, 699.2 kB)

Trends and issues for cocaine use and the status of the market in Queensland; assessment of current threat and examination of the need for additional law enforcement attention in this area.

2005-12-01T09:00:00+10:00 12.2005
Crime Bulletin No. 7: Property crime in Queensland: a strategic assessment (PDF, 328.1 kB)

Report on the nature and extent of organised criminal activity in the Queensland property market; examines the link between property crime and the illicit drug market.

2004-09-01T10:00:00+10:00 09.2004
Crime Bulletin No. 6: Organised crime markets in Queensland: a strategic assessment (2004) (PDF, 379.2 kB)

Discussion of the main illicit markets driving organised criminal activity in Queensland. The bulletin focuses on criminal activities that require the support of networks operating like legitimate businesses. (2004)

2003-06-01T10:00:00+10:00 06.2003
Crime Bulletin No. 5: Amphetamine: still Queensland's no. 1 drug threat (PDF, 432.1 kB)

This Crime Bulletin provides a strategic assessment of the illicit amphetamine market in Queensland, based on an analysis of a diverse range of sources including information from law enforcement, government, industry and members of the community.

2002-06-01T20:00:00+10:00 06.2002
Drug use and crime: findings from the DUMA survey (Research & Issues Paper, No. 3) (PDF, 151.9 kB)

Findings from drug use monitoring of detainees in participating watch-houses.

2002-04-01T11:00:00+10:00 04.2002
Making the response fit the complaint: alternative strategies for resolving complaints against police (Research and Issues Paper, No. 1) (PDF, 82.2 kB)

Paper discussing informal resolution, mediation and managerial resolution as alternative ways of dealing with complaints against police.

2002-04-01T11:00:00+10:00 04.2002
Crime Bulletin No. 4: The illicit market for ADHD prescription drugs in Queensland (PDF, 75.1 kB)

Assessment of the illicit market for ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) prescription drugs.

2002-04-01T09:00:00+10:00 04.2002
Monitoring the ethical climate of organisations: a Queensland case study (Research & Issues Paper, No. 2) (PDF, 452.1 kB)

Paper describing a simple survey method developed by the CMC to monitor the ‘ethical climate’ of the QPS and to track changes over time.

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