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e-Book Aboriginal contact with the criminal justice system in Western Australia: A statistical profile download

e-Book Aboriginal contact with the criminal justice system in Western Australia: A statistical profile download

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ISBN13: 978-0730964261
Language: English
Publisher: Aboriginal Affairs Dept (1994)
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The University of Western Australia, Perth. Aboriginal Contact with the Criminal Justice System in Western Australia: A Statistical Profile

Aboriginal and nonaboriginal recidivism in Western Australia: A failure rate analysis. Broadhurst, . Ferrante, . Loh, . Reidpath, . and Harding, R. (1994)

Aboriginal and nonaboriginal recidivism in Western Australia: A failure rate analysis. and Susilo, N. (1991). (1994). Aborginal Contact with the Criminal Justice System in Western Australia: A Statistical Profile, Report to the Aboriginal Affairs Planning Authority, University of Western Australia, Perth, No. oogle Scholar.

The Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia or ALSWA is an organisation in Western Australia, founded in the early 1970s, that provides legal services to Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders. It receives financial grants from the. It receives financial grants from the Commonwealth Department of the Australian Attorney General and follows conditions required by that Department. Since 2011, the organization has held special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council.

Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) 2003. Juveniles' contact with the criminal justice system in Australia. Monitoring reports no. 7. Kelly Richards. Year book Australia 2003: Crime and Justice - Indigenous prisoners. Briggs D & Auty K 2003.

The data shows contact commencing early and a continuing high level of contact with the system, especially for .

The data shows contact commencing early and a continuing high level of contact with the system, especially for young Aboriginal males. Although there has been a reduction in the over-representation ratio of Aboriginal juveniles in juvenile corrective institutions, the difference in rates at all points in the system compared to non-Aboriginal youth is substantial. v For a detailed graph showing the marked differences between the age structure of Australia's Aboriginal and total populations, see Bhatia, K. & Anderson, P. 1995, An overview of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health: present status and future trends, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, p. 9.

into contact with the criminal justice system. It argues that youth justice practice has been an alternative to failed strategies of incarceration and ‘community based’ justice.

The history of the Aboriginal inhabitants of Western Australia has been dated as existing for 50-70 thousand years before European contact. This article only deals with documented history from non indigenous sources since European settlement in Perth.

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3 Statistics Canada Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics Collecting Data on Aboriginal People in the .

3 Statistics Canada Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics Collecting Data on Aboriginal People in the Criminal Justice System: Methods and Challenges Prepared by: Rebecca Kong and Karen Beattie Published by authority of the Minister responsible for Statistics Canada Minister of Industry, 2005 All rights reserved. 1 In her 2002 assessment of the criminal justice system, the Auditor General of Canada simply stated there is not enough information on Aboriginal people in the criminal justice system (Auditor General of Canada, 2002).

This book explains the criminal justice system and how criminal cases are processed via the police, the court .

This book explains the criminal justice system and how criminal cases are processed via the police, the court, and the correctional system. To give readers a better understanding of how the criminal justice systems works the author follows one case throughout the book to demonstrate how it is processed step-by-step through the justice system.

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