Don Weatherburn spends much of his time researching Criminology, Demography, Human factors and ergonomics, Indigenous and Prison. Don Weatherburn studies Criminal justice which is a part of Criminology. His Demography research includes elements of Juvenile delinquency, Surgery and Methadone maintenance.
His studies in Human factors and ergonomics integrate themes in fields like Psychiatry, Injury prevention and Suicide prevention. His research investigates the connection with Prison and areas like Imprisonment which intersect with concerns in Royal Commission and Aboriginal deaths in custody. The subject of his Project commissioning research is within the realm of Publishing.
His primary areas of investigation include Criminology, Law, Project commissioning, Publishing and Prison. His study on Imprisonment, Criminal justice and Recidivism is often connected to Indigenous as part of broader study in Criminology. Don Weatherburn works mostly in the field of Imprisonment, limiting it down to topics relating to Demography and, in certain cases, Occupational safety and health, Cohort, Human factors and ergonomics and Property crime.
When carried out as part of a general Law research project, his work on Guilty plea is frequently linked to work in Criminal court and High rate, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. The various areas that he examines in his Project commissioning study include Social science and Advertising. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Crime statistics and Public relations.
Don Weatherburn mainly focuses on Law, Criminology, Prison, Demography and Imprisonment. His work on Project commissioning, Publishing and Guilty plea as part of his general Law study is frequently connected to Criminal court and Non domestic, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Criminology, Possession is strongly linked to Conviction.
His study in Prison is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychiatry, Recidivism and Suspended sentence. His Psychiatry study combines topics in areas such as Injury prevention and Occupational safety and health. His Demography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Property crime, Suicide prevention, Cohort and Confidence interval.
Demography, Psychiatry, Cohort, Law and Prison are his primary areas of study. His Demography study incorporates themes from Occupational safety and health, Suicide prevention, Crime statistics and Human factors and ergonomics. His research on Suicide prevention frequently links to adjacent areas such as Criminology.
His work investigates the relationship between Psychiatry and topics such as Injury prevention that intersect with problems in Drug, Heroin, Drug overdose and Emergency department. The study incorporates disciplines such as Alcohol consumption and Socioeconomics in addition to Law. His Prison study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Propensity score matching and Labour economics.
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Supply control and harm reduction: lessons from the Australian heroin 'drought'.
Don Weatherburn;Craig Jones;Karen Freeman;Toni Makkai.
The impact of opioid substitution therapy on mortality post-release from prison: retrospective data linkage study
Louisa Degenhardt;Sarah Larney;Sarah Larney;Jo Kimber;Jo Kimber;Natasa Gisev.
Fluctuations in heroin purity and the incidence of fatal heroin overdose.
Shane Darke;Wayne Hall;Don Weatherburn;Bronwyn Lind.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence (1999)
The impact of law enforcement activity on a heroin market.
Don Weatherburn;Bronwyn Lind.
The relationship between alcohol sales and assault in New South Wales, Australia.
Richard J. Stevenson;Bronwyn Lind;Don Weatherburn.
Economic and Social Factors Underpinning Indigenous Contact with the Justice System: Results from the 2002 NATSISS Survey, The
Don Weatherburn;Lucy Snowball;Boyd H Hunter.
BOCSAR NSW Crime and Justice Bulletins (2006)
The Effectiveness Of Methadone Maintenance Treatment In Controlling Crime An Australian Aggregate-Level Analysis
Bronwyn Lind;Shuling Chen;Don Weatherburn;Richard Mattick.
British Journal of Criminology (2004)
Reducing Aboriginal Over‐representation in Prison
Don Weatherburn;Jackie Fitzgerald;Jiuzhao Hua.
Australian Journal of Public Administration (2003)
The impact of the Sydney Medically Supervised Injecting Centre (MSIC) on crime.
Karen Freeman;Craig G.A. Jones;Don J. Weatherburn;Scott Rutter.
Drug and Alcohol Review (2005)
NEW SOUTH WALES DRUG COURT EVALUATION: COST-EFFECTIVENESS
Bronwyn Lind;Don Weatherburn;Shuling Chen;Marian Shanahan.
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