Victims of Crime Clearinghouse

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​​Welcome to the Victims of Crime Clearinghouse 

The Victims of Crime Clearinghouse is an online database of journal articles, reports, papers, books, and other publications focusing on issues that affect victims of crime.

The Victims of Crime Clearinghouse is an initiative of Victims Services, part of the NSW Department of Justice.

Recent additions to the Victims of Crime Clearinghouse

Recognition, reconnection, and renewal: The meaning of money to sexual assault survivors
Holder, Robyn L. and Kathleen Daly; International Review of Victimology, online 15 Nov 2017, p1-22; Journal article: Keywords: Sexual victimisation; money, recognition, justice, recovery, compensation

University of Sydney are seeking participants for research study into Female Intimate Partner Homicide

Dr Robyn Holder and Ms Suzanne Whiting – Response into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, October 2016.  Please note the views expressed in this submission are their own and do not represent the views or policies of the Department of Justice in Victoria.

The coronial investigation of suspected deaths: Prevalence and outcomes in New South Wales
Dartnall, Stephanie and Jane Goodman-Delahunty; Journal of Law and Medicine, March 2016, Vol. 23, pp. 609-627; Keywords: Coroner; inquests; suspicious death; missing persons

Returning to work after armed robbery in the workplace
Fuller, Georgina; Trends & Issues in crime and criminal justice; Australian Institute of Criminology; March 2017; No. 529; pp 1-13; Research report; Keywords: Armed robbery; psychological impact; DoVE; victimisation; rehabilitation



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Victims Services

We support evidence based policy development and service delivery for victims of crime. Find out more about Victims Services on our website.


6-7 September 2017 the National Victims of Crime Conference 2017 - Victims' Voices - Reform, Innovation and Action will be held in Brisbane. Conference website

More events and conferences

  Media toolbox

Media resource to assist in dealing with victims:

Resources for Journalists

Respectful Reporting Strategy

Useful Links



     Research agenda

The Research Agenda highlights areas and issues where research is likely to be required but it is not intended to be entirely specific or prescriptive.

Victims of Crime Research Agenda (PDF 21Kb)