If you’ve ever searched the internet for information on prison inmates, you may have come across the term ‘best jail inmate database’.
This is the most popular and widely used database that lists every inmate currently incarcerated in the state of Queensland, including all the prisoners in federal and state jails and prisons in the NT.
It’s not as comprehensive as it sounds.
For example, the Queensland Prison and Immigration Department (QPID) does not list all prisoners in state jails or prisons in Victoria and Tasmania, but they do list all inmates in federal prisons and all prisoners who have been convicted of a crime in the states.QPIDs database is also the only database that uses inmate population data, which is collected from the Queensland Department of Corrective Services (QDS).QDS uses inmate census data and inmate registries to compile and rank inmates according to the seriousness of their crimes.
The database uses information about the number of inmates in a specific community, such as the population of the prison, to determine which prisoners are most likely to commit more serious offences.QPs crime statistics include only prisoners convicted of violent offences, non-violent offences and theft.
But there is no mention of crimes that involve drug use or possession.QPCI is a separate database for the Queensland Corrections Agency (QCA), which manages prisons, jails and probation facilities in Queensland.
It is not indexed by QPID or QDS, but instead is used to compile information on inmates who have completed their sentences.
The QCA also collects and uses inmate data from the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (BCBSR).BARCACRIBE is the Queensland prison and immigration department’s official crime database, which provides data on prison and prison inmate population and crimes committed against the community.
BARCACRA is the state’s main crime database.
It does not include all prisoners.
The Queensland Department for Community Safety and Correctional Services (DCSCS) uses inmate registry data from its prisons in Queensland and Victoria.CSDS has information on all prisoners, but not all inmates are included.
The CSDS does not collect inmate census information and only provides information about non-institutional prisoners.CSDSS does not provide information on the prison population.
The state has no population-based crime statistics.
It relies on information from the Crime Survey of Queensland.AQPIC does not have a database for prisons in Australia, but it does have a list of state-level offenders that are in prison.
This list is updated weekly and includes all prisoners for whom there are court hearings, parole hearings or probation hearings in a given state.QPSR is a state-based information portal for the NSW Department of Health, which collects information about health-related issues in prisons.
It has information about all prisoners but not for all prisoners from a specific state.
It includes information about inmates from all states and territories, but only includes inmates from Queensland.
The database includes information on prisoners who are in the general population.
But it does not cover those in state and federal jails.
The QPD does not use this information.
It collects data on inmates in state prisons and federal prisons, but does not report on the number and severity of crimes committed by inmates in Queensland prisons.QPD does report the number, severity and average length of sentence for each inmate in a particular state, but that data is not compiled by state prison authorities.
Queensland’s Crime Statistics Bureau collects data about all prisoner populations in the country.
The ABS is the national statistical agency responsible for compiling and reporting on statistics.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics is also responsible for reporting crime statistics for Queensland.
In the first six months of this year, the ABS reported a rate of 3,000 crimes per 100,000 population in Queensland, a rate which had decreased to 2,500 crimes per 200,000 in January 2018.
The ABS publishes crime data every three years.
The most recent year for which this data is available was 2017.
The latest figures from the QPD and the NSWBS do not show the number or severity of serious crimes committed in a prisoner’s prison, but do show the numbers of offenders in the correctional system.
For some offences, a higher number of offenders are being charged.
This is because it is often more difficult for offenders to be charged and convicted when they are in custody, as they may not have been in custody for many years.
The Queensland Corrections and Probation Department is responsible for the running of the Queensland Correctional Service (QCS), which is the main correctional system in Queensland for adults aged 18 and over.
The NSW Bureau for Crime Statistics collects information on crime and safety issues in the prisons and jails in NSW.
The crime and security team at the NSWBAC is responsible with collecting data on crime in all prisons and detention facilities in the State and for providing information to the community on the state and national trends in crime, safety and security.This is