Caitlin Hughes
Caitlin Hughes
Matthew Flinders Fellow, Centre for Crime Policy and Research, Flinders University
Verified email at flinders.edu.au
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What can we learn from the Portuguese decriminalization of illicit drugs?
CE Hughes, A Stevens
The British Journal of Criminology 50 (6), 999-1022, 2010
3922010
Illuminating dark networks: A social network analysis of an Australian drug trafficking syndicate
DA Bright, CE Hughes, J Chalmers
Crime, law and social change 57 (2), 151-176, 2012
1362012
A resounding success or a disastrous failure: re-examining the interpretation of evidence on the Portuguese decriminalization of illicit drugs
CE Hughes, A Stevens
New Approaches to Drug Policies, 137-162, 2015
1132015
Illicit drugs and the media: Models of media effects for use in drug policy research
K Lancaster, CE Hughes, B Spicer, F MATTHEW‐SIMMONS, P Dillon
Drug and Alcohol Review 30 (4), 397-402, 2011
932011
The effects of the decriminalization of drug use in Portugal
CE Hughes, A Stevens
The Beckley Foundation, 2007
932007
How do Australian news media depict illicit drug issues? An analysis of print media reporting across and between illicit drugs, 2003–2008
CE Hughes, K Lancaster, B Spicer
International Journal of Drug Policy 22 (4), 285-291, 2011
782011
A summary of diversion programs for drug and drug-related offenders in Australia
C Hughes, A Ritter
National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, 2008
492008
The deterrent effects of Australian street-level drug law enforcement on illicit drug offending at outdoor music festivals
CE Hughes, V Moxham-Hall, A Ritter, D Weatherburn, R MacCoun
International Journal of Drug Policy 41, 91-100, 2017
482017
The stigmatisation of ‘ice’and under-reporting of meth/amphetamine use in general population surveys: a case study from Australia
J Chalmers, K Lancaster, C Hughes
International Journal of Drug Policy 36, 15-24, 2016
412016
Evidence‐based policy or policy‐based evidence? The role of evidence in the development and implementation of the Illicit Drug Diversion Initiative
CE Hughes
Drug and Alcohol Review 26 (4), 363-368, 2007
402007
Social network analysis of Australian poly-drug trafficking networks: How do drug traffickers manage multiple illicit drugs?
CE Hughes, DA Bright, J Chalmers
Social Networks 51, 135-147, 2017
242017
Assessing the concordance between illicit drug laws on the books and drug law enforcement: comparison of three states on the continuum from “decriminalised” to “punitive”
V Belackova, A Ritter, M Shanahan, CE Hughes
International Journal of Drug Policy 41, 148-157, 2017
242017
Media reporting on illicit drugs in Australia: Trends and impacts on youth attitudes to illicit drug use
C Hughes, B Spicer, K Lancaster, F Matthew-Simmons, P Dillon
Sydney: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, 2010
242010
More than problem‐solving: Critical reflections on the ‘problematisation’of alcohol‐related violence in Kings Cross
K Lancaster, CE Hughes, J Chalmers, A Ritter
Drug and alcohol review 31 (7), 925, 2012
232012
Capitalising upon political opportunities to reform drug policy: a case study into the development of the Australian “Tough on Drugs-Illicit Drug Diversion Initiative”
CE Hughes
International Journal of Drug Policy 20 (5), 431-437, 2009
222009
Australian threshold quantities for'drug trafficking': Are they placing drug users at risk of unjustified sanction?
C Hughes, A Ritter, N Cowdery, B Phillips
Trends and issues in crime and criminal justice, 1, 2014
192014
Overcoming obstacles to reform?: making and shaping drug policy in contemporary Portugal and Australia
CE Hughes
182006
Review of approaches taken in Ireland and in other jurisdictions to simple possession drug offences. A report for the Irish Department of Justice and Equality and the …
C Hughes, A Stevens, S Hulme, R Cassidy
UNSW Australia and University of Kent, 2019
17*2019
‘Drug dogs unleashed’: An historical and political account of drug detection dogs for street-level policing of illicit drugs in New South Wales, Australia
K Lancaster, C Hughes, A Ritter
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 50 (3), 360-378, 2017
172017
Evaluating Australian drug trafficking thresholds: Proportionate, equitable and just
C Hughes, A Ritter, N Cowdery, B Phillips
Report to the Criminology Research Advisory Council, Australian Institute of …, 2014
172014
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