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2001-11-01T10:00:00+10:00 11.2001
Annual Report 2000–01 (QCC) (PDF, 540.4 kB)

The Queensland Crime Commission's annual report for 2000-01.

2001-08-01T10:00:00+10:00 08.2001
Crime Bulletin No. 3: The ‘ecstacy’ market in Queensland (PDF, 48.1 kB)

The party drug ‘ecstasy’ is a growing problem for law enforcement agencies and the public health system in Queensland. This paper discusses the effects of the drug, the extent of the problem and market characteristics including demand and supply. Ecstasy, however, appears to have considerably fewer links with other crime markets than the amphetamine or heroin markets.

2000-11-30T02:30:00+10:00 11.2000
Annual Report 1999–2000 (QCC) (PDF, 269.5 kB)

The Queensland Crime Commission's annual report for 1999-2000.

2000-11-26T02:30:00+10:00 11.2000
Crime Bulletin No. 2: The amphetamine market in Queensland (PDF, 321.0 kB)

The amphetamine market has overtaken heroin in terms of the level of risk it poses to the Queensland community. This paper describes the types and effects of amphetamines, the extent of the problem, and market characteristics including demand and supply. It notes that the amphetamine market in Queensland has clear links with other organised crime markets.

2000-11-04T01:15:00+10:00 11.2000
Project Axis Vol. 1: Child sexual abuse in Queensland — the nature and extent (PDF, 646.4 kB)

Volume 1 of Project Axis, a wide-ranging inquiry into the sexual abuse of children in Queensland. Volume 1 reports on the nature and extent of the problem and the characteristics of offenders and their victims.

2000-11-03T01:15:00+10:00 11.2000
Project Axis Vol. 2: Child sexual abuse in Queensland — responses to the problem (PDF, 655.1 kB)

Volume 2 of the Project Axis inquiry into the sexual abuse of children in Queensland — the responses of state agencies and community organisations to the problem.

2000-11-02T15:30:00+10:00 11.2000
Project Axis Vol. 3: Child sexual abuse in Queensland — offender characteristics and modus operandi (PDF, 2.7 MB)

Volume 3 of the Project Axis inquiry into child sexual abuse in Queensland — the results of a study from a large sample of men currently serving sentences in Queensland for sexual offences against children; offenders’ psychosocial and psychosexual histories, differences between official and unofficial rates of child sexual offending, the extent of offenders’ non-sexual criminal activity, the extent to which offenders have engaged in multiple ‘paraphilias’ (e.g. exhibitionism, voyeurism, fetishism), the offenders’ modus operandi (e.g. victim recruitment strategies; abusive behaviours; methods of avoiding detection) and the extent of formal and informal networking among offenders.

2000-11-02T15:25:00+10:00 11.2000
Project Axis Vol. 4: Child sexual abuse in Queensland — selected research papers (PDF, 580.1 kB)

Volume 4 of the Project Axis inquiry into child sexual abuse in Queensland — a collection of research papers.

1999-11-02T00:40:00+10:00 11.1999
Annual Report 1998-99 (QCC) (PDF, 2.6 MB)

The Queensland Crime Commission's annual report for 1998-99.

1999-06-02T01:20:00+10:00 06.1999
Crime Bulletin No. 1: Organised crime in Queensland (1999) (PDF, 5.4 MB)

This paper tells Queenslanders about the nature, extent and impact of organised crime in Queensland today, and discusses what law enforcement can realistically do to counteract it.

1999-06-02T00:20:00+10:00 06.1999
Project Krystal: a strategic assessment of organised crime in Queensland (PDF, 321.3 kB)

This report shows the results of a joint assessment between the QCC and the QPS of the organised criminal environment in Queensland. It is designed to increase community awareness about the nature, extent and impact of organised criminal activity in Queensland today and to generally explain the law enforcement strategies that have been and are being developed to deal with the problem.

1998-11-01T10:00:00+10:00 11.1998
Annual Report 1997-98 (QCC) (PDF, 1.2 MB)

The Queensland Crime Commission's annual report for 1997-98.

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