Threat Offences in Victoria: Sentencing Outcomes and Reoffending

Date of Publication

Threat Offences in Victoria examines sentencing outcomes from 2015 to 2019 for five types of threat offences: threat to kill, threat to inflict serious injury, threat to destroy or damage property, threat to commit a sexual offence and threat to assault an emergency worker. It considers the offences co-sentenced alongside threat offences and the prior and subsequent offending rates for people sentenced for threat offending.

The accompanying two-page factsheet explains the key findings of the report.

Authored and published by the Sentencing Advisory Council
© State of Victoria, Sentencing Advisory Council, 2021

 

Online Launch

Threat Offences in Victoria was launched online on 28 June 2021 by Council Chair Professor Arie Freiberg AM and the project team.

The video of the launch is available below and on the Council's YouTube channel.