What a week it has been, we’ve had arson devastate Japan’s anime community, a historic murder ruling at home and one criminal making the news for the wrong reason.
According to a recent study, the overwhelming majority of hate crime victims in this state are Muslim. Those of study believe that the police remain unconcerned.
Operation Persist sees investigators canvas prisoners for information regarding existing crimes. Despite the success, there are some critics of the program, and it raises a series of ethical questions.
Crime may be falling in NSW, but the Berejiklian government is spending billions on more police, more prisons and programs to keep us safe.
Yesterday, the police eviscerated the media for putting forward a suspect in the Toyah Cordingley case. In response, the media are questioning the police for dragging their feet. Who is in the right?
According to an expansive new study, when the temperature rises, so does our propensity to commit crime.
As residents are slowly moved out of public housing, the instances of crime on those who remain skyrockets. The government knows this, but has chosen to do nothing.
The Victoria’s Sudanese crime wave has been a topic of debate. But does it actually anything more than that?
In the realm of online dating, there are those who operate only to serve themselves. This is especially true of the guy who faces prison for leaving his dates to foot the bill.
There’s a general thought that is permeating the Australian experience. More immigrants mean more crime. But is there any truth to it?
Over in Adelaide, the citizen who hunted down paedophiles in a vigilante fashion now faces court for his actions. However, the general public is now looking to pay his legal fees.
Melbourne’s African gang problem won’t leave the news. But does the data back up the rhetoric?
Despite being found guilty of fraud, a former CBA financial planner has avoided doing hard time. Fair call?
To compensate the victims of crime, the Government is considering taking money directly from the perpetrators’ superannuation while they sit in prison. Fair enough?
Loss prevention remains a massive problem that retailers face. But thanks to the platform Auror has developed, they can stay one step ahead of the game.
The Northern Territory police recently faced backlash for naming child offenders on Facebook, but they’re well within their rights to do so, even if they’re out of touch with UN law.
The Domestic Violence figures in this country are appalling. However, sitting alongside the real instances are the spurious ones, and the damage that false claims cause should not be ignored.
After a string of recent weddings ended up in front of a judge, we’re wondering if there should be an independent body of regulators to police your big day. Think Judge Judy…with cake!
Despite the Census data showing Australia is moving on from Christianity, we still have a series of anti-Blasphemy laws on the books.
Despite the lowering crime figures, our prison population is booming, which means big business for some.
A recent investment scam that duped Australians out of $30 million dollars has finally been broken, in what police are calling an extremely sophisticated fabrication.
Earlier this week, Rodrigo Duterte called for martial law on the streets of Mindanao in response to the attack by IS-sponsored terrorists – and as someone who calls those streets my own, I desire more of it.