Jehle J-M (2012). Attrition and Conviction Rates of Sexual Offences in Europe: Definitions and Criminal Justice Responses. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 18,145-161.

Aebi M.F, Linde M.F (2012). Conviction Statistics as an Indicator of Crime Trends in Europe from 1990 to 2006. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 18,103-144.

Smit P., Van Eijk A., Decae R. (2012). Trends in the Reaction on Crime in Criminal Justice Systems in Europe in 1990–2007: A Comparison of Four European Regions. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 18, 55-82.

Gruszczyńska B., Heiskanen M. (2012). Trends in Police-recorded Offences. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 18, 83-10.

Lewis, C. (2012). Crime and Justice Statistics Collected by International Agencies. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 18, 5-21.

Harrendorf, S. (2012). Offence Definitions in the European Sourcebook of Crime and Criminal Justice Statistics and Their Influence on Data Quality and Comparability. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 18, 23–53.

Jehle, J.M (2012). Editor Introduction . European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 18, 11-3.

▪ Aebi, M. F. (2004). Crime Trends in Western Europe From 1990 to 2000. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 10, 163–186. Full text

Aebi, M. F. (2004). Introduction. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 10, 107–110.

Gruszczyńska, B. (2004).Crime in Central and Eastern European Countries in the Enlarged Europe. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 10, 123-136.

Lewis, C., Barclay G, Aubusson de Cavarlay, B., Morgado Costa, M.J., Smit, P. (2004). Crime Trends in the EU. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 10,187-223.

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▪ Aebi, M.F, Barclay, G., Jehle, J.M., Killias M. (2001). Un nuevo instrumento para la investigación criminológica. Boletín Criminológico, 53. Full text

▪ The European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research (vol 8 no. 1, March 2000). This issue of the European Journal was devoted primarily on the Sourcebook.It includes the following articles: Full text

  • The European Sourcebook of Crime and Criminal Justice Statistics: A New Tool in Assessing Crime and Policy Issues in Comparative and Empirical Perspective – Martin Killias and Wolfgang Rau.
  • The comparability of data on convictions and sanctions: are international comparisons possible? – Gordon C. Barclay.
  • Prosecution in Europe: Varying structures, convergent trends – Jörg-Martin Jehle.
  • Crime Trends in Europe from 1990 to 1996: How Europe Illustrates the Limits of the American Experience – Martin Killias and Marcelo F. Aebi.
  • Influences on the prisoner rate: Number of entries into prison, length of sentences and crime rate – Marcelo F. Aebi and André Kuhn.
  • Crime statistics as constructs: the case of Swedish rape statistics – Hanns von Hofer.
  • Crimes and the need of sanction capacity in the Netherlands: trends and backgrounds – Frank van Tulder.
  • Current Issues: False Profits: Why Product Counterfeiting is Increasing – Jon Vagg and Justine Harris.

▪ Aebi, M.F, Barclay, G., Jehle, J.M., Killias M.(2000). European Sourcebook Key Findings. Council of Europe. Full text

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