Find the report here.
“Australians are spending more on criminal justice and getting worse results than most comparable countries, underlining the need for criminal justice reform across the country,” said Andrew Bushnell, Research Fellow at the free market think tank, the Institute of Public Affairs.
Today the IPA released a new report Australia’s criminal justice costs: An international comparison. Authored by Research Fellow Andrew Bushnell, the report details the high costs and weak results of Australian criminal justice.
Criminal justice reform: Lessons from the United States is the second major research report from the IPA’s Criminal Justice Project.
The report can be found here.
The testimony of Andrew Bushnell and Darcy Allen was mentioned numerous times in the final report of the Senate inquiry into penalties for white collar crime, which was released on 23 March 2017.
The below is the media release about our appearance on 6 December 2016. Continue reading
This research report was co-authored by Andrew Bushnell, Morgan Begg, Chris Berg, Simon Breheny, and Sab Reinehr for the Institute of Public Affairs. Continue reading
The use of prisons in Australia: Reform directions is the first major report from the Institute of Public Affairs Criminal Justice Project. It was co-authored by Andrew Bushnell and Daniel Wild. Continue reading