Australian Criminology Database

Insights from authoritative sources on criminology, justice, crime prevention, court systems, corrections, and sociocultural issues

Australian Criminology Database (CINCH), produced by the JV Barry Library at Australian Institute of Criminology, is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts content on all aspects of crime and criminal justice from 1968 onwards.

Source documents include journal articles, books and chapters, conference papers and proceedings, research reports, theses, government documents, statistical publications and unpublished materials.

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Collection Highlights

  • Extensive coverage of current and historical information sources
  • Ideal for researchers, students and teachers seeking broader understandings of criminology and topical matters related to crime
  • A focus on fresh aspects related to criminal justice, crime prevention, court systems, corrections, sociocultural issues and more
  • Dedicated to content from and about Australasia, with articles by scholars worldwide
  • Updated regularly

Key Subjects

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Product Details

  • Records: 60,000+
  • Intended for: Specialist researchers, Academic, legal services
  • Coverage: 1968-onwards