The Stolen Property Market in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT)
Copyright Australian Government
The purpose of the research was to examine the dynamics and trends of the stolen property market in the ACT - in particular what happens to the property after it has been stolen. For example, the report looks at which particular goods are more likely to be stolen and why, common methods of disposal, and the extent to which goods are recovered.
A report prepared by the Australian Institute of Criminology for the ACT Department of Justice and Community Safety, released 27 February 2003. Slides of a speech presented by Adam Graycar and Lisa Collins, Australian Institute of Criminology at a symposium, Cincinnati, Ohio, 11 June 2003. Made available under the CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0 license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
Stolen property, Theft, Burglary trends, Crime data