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View the latest COVID-19 crime and justice items collected by the AIC library.

Availability of COVID-19 related products on Tor darknet markets / R Broadhurst, M Ball and C Jiang
Twenty Tor darknet markets were surveyed on 3 April 2020 to conduct a census of COVID-19 related medical products and supplies. There were 645 listings, including 222 unique listings, of COVID-19 related products across 12 markets. Three markets accounted for 85 percent of all unique listings identified.
Australian Institute of Criminology April 2020
Family violence and COVID‐19: Increased vulnerability and reduced options for support. / K Usher, N Bhullar, J Durkin, et al
Gives an overview of the current impact of isolation, economic stress, instability and COVID-19 on family violence in the home.
International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. April 2020
Monitoring changes in domestic violence in the wake of COVID-19 social isolation measures / Karen Freeman
Police recorded data for March 2020 shows no evidence of an increase in domestic violence since social distancing was implemented. Will this continue?
NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research April 2020
National Police Foundation launches real-time situational awareness tool for law enforcement to track COVID-19 officer exposures and PPE impacts / National Police Foundation (USA)
A tool launched in the US to provide critical insights into police commanders and executives.
National Police Foundation March 2020
Open versus closed: the risks associated with retail liquor stores during COVID-19 / Catherin Paradis (Canada)
A brief report on the risks of keeping alcohol outlets open as an essential service during the pandemic and also the risks of closing outlets.
Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction April 2020
Pandemic policing needs to be done with the public’s trust not confusion / Darren Palmer
Explores the inconsistencies of police powers during the pandemic across Australian states.
The Conversation April 2020
Policing the Coronavirus outbreak: processes and prospects for collective disorder/ S Reicher, C.Stott
A briefing on factors leading to rioting, the response to the Coronavirus and the role of police in maintaining order.
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice. April 2020

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