The Resource Addressing the "crime problem" of the Northern Territory intervention : alternate paths to regulating minor driving offences in remote Indigenous communities, Thalia Anthony; Harry Blagg

Addressing the "crime problem" of the Northern Territory intervention : alternate paths to regulating minor driving offences in remote Indigenous communities, Thalia Anthony; Harry Blagg

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Addressing the "crime problem" of the Northern Territory intervention : alternate paths to regulating minor driving offences in remote Indigenous communities
Title
Addressing the "crime problem" of the Northern Territory intervention
Title remainder
alternate paths to regulating minor driving offences in remote Indigenous communities
Statement of responsibility
Thalia Anthony; Harry Blagg
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Anthony, Thalia
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Blagg, Harry
  • Criminology Research Grants (Government program)
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  • Criminology research grants
  • Report to the Criminology Research Advisory Council grant
Series volume
CRG 38/09-10
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  • Traffic violations
  • Law enforcement
  • Aboriginal Australians
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Addressing the "crime problem" of the Northern Territory intervention : alternate paths to regulating minor driving offences in remote Indigenous communities, Thalia Anthony; Harry Blagg
Link
http://www.criminologyresearchcouncil.gov.au/reports/CRG_38-0910_FinalReport.pdf
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Publication
Note
"June 2012"
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 79-89
Contents
Executive summary -- Rationale and aims of study -- Introduction: context of increased law enforcement in NT Indigenous communities since mid-2006; Police roll out under the NT Intervention; Impact of Intervention on NT incarceration rates; Driving offenders as proportion of prison population; Types of driving offending -- Methodology: quantitative; qualitative -- Incidence of driving offending and road injuries: driving offending rates; Incidence of prison rates and sentences; Incidence of road fatalities and injuries; Rates of recidivism -- Reasons for increase in driving offending: law enforcement and normalisation; the Northern Territory Intervention; Change in police practice; Road safety strategies; Change in Indigenous community circumstances; Change in road status; High police turnover frails trust and respect for "whitefella law" -- Driving governance -- Warlpiri perspectives on offending and regulation : attitudes to licensing; Attitudes to registration - insurance - roadworthy vehicles; Drink driving; Drive disqualified; General issues about law enforcement, obtaining legality and road safety -- Regulation issues and the need for reform : Service provision; Seatbelts and baby capsules; Abandonment of relationship between non-payment of fines and suspension of licences; Roadworthy vehicles; Sentencing and restricted licences; Roadworthy vehicles; Sentencing and restricted licences; Alcohol -- Lessons from Indigenous driving and road safety programs in comparable jurisdictions : a snapshot : Western Australia; New South Wales; Queensland; South Australia; Victoria -- Discussion : key recommendations; Legislation; Cases; Bibliography -- Appendices: A. Discussion points for focus group with Warlpiri elders and young people; B. Discussion points with Warlpiri driving offenders; C. Questions to police working in Aboriginal communities; D. Questions to CAALAS/NAAJA lawyers; E. Discussion points for NT government staff from various departments; F. Discussion points for non-government organisations working in Lajamanu and Yuendumu -- Tables and figures: Fig. 1: Comparison of Northern Territory rate of imprisonment with Australian avergae, 2003-2009; Table 1: Incidence of yearly driving offences across the Northern Territory 2003-2009; Table 2: Incidence of sexual offences investigated in the Northern Territory 2003-2009; Fig. 2: Rate of driving and sexual offences 2003-2009; Table 3: Proportion of driving offences in Northern Territory prescribed communities 23 march - 1 June 2010 -- Table 4: Ratio of driving offenders to non-driving offenders in Northern Territory prescribed communities, 23 March - 1 June 2010
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
90 p.
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ill.
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Addressing the "crime problem" of the Northern Territory intervention : alternate paths to regulating minor driving offences in remote Indigenous communities, Thalia Anthony; Harry Blagg
Link
http://www.criminologyresearchcouncil.gov.au/reports/CRG_38-0910_FinalReport.pdf
Publication
Note
"June 2012"
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 79-89
Contents
Executive summary -- Rationale and aims of study -- Introduction: context of increased law enforcement in NT Indigenous communities since mid-2006; Police roll out under the NT Intervention; Impact of Intervention on NT incarceration rates; Driving offenders as proportion of prison population; Types of driving offending -- Methodology: quantitative; qualitative -- Incidence of driving offending and road injuries: driving offending rates; Incidence of prison rates and sentences; Incidence of road fatalities and injuries; Rates of recidivism -- Reasons for increase in driving offending: law enforcement and normalisation; the Northern Territory Intervention; Change in police practice; Road safety strategies; Change in Indigenous community circumstances; Change in road status; High police turnover frails trust and respect for "whitefella law" -- Driving governance -- Warlpiri perspectives on offending and regulation : attitudes to licensing; Attitudes to registration - insurance - roadworthy vehicles; Drink driving; Drive disqualified; General issues about law enforcement, obtaining legality and road safety -- Regulation issues and the need for reform : Service provision; Seatbelts and baby capsules; Abandonment of relationship between non-payment of fines and suspension of licences; Roadworthy vehicles; Sentencing and restricted licences; Roadworthy vehicles; Sentencing and restricted licences; Alcohol -- Lessons from Indigenous driving and road safety programs in comparable jurisdictions : a snapshot : Western Australia; New South Wales; Queensland; South Australia; Victoria -- Discussion : key recommendations; Legislation; Cases; Bibliography -- Appendices: A. Discussion points for focus group with Warlpiri elders and young people; B. Discussion points with Warlpiri driving offenders; C. Questions to police working in Aboriginal communities; D. Questions to CAALAS/NAAJA lawyers; E. Discussion points for NT government staff from various departments; F. Discussion points for non-government organisations working in Lajamanu and Yuendumu -- Tables and figures: Fig. 1: Comparison of Northern Territory rate of imprisonment with Australian avergae, 2003-2009; Table 1: Incidence of yearly driving offences across the Northern Territory 2003-2009; Table 2: Incidence of sexual offences investigated in the Northern Territory 2003-2009; Fig. 2: Rate of driving and sexual offences 2003-2009; Table 3: Proportion of driving offences in Northern Territory prescribed communities 23 march - 1 June 2010 -- Table 4: Ratio of driving offenders to non-driving offenders in Northern Territory prescribed communities, 23 March - 1 June 2010
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
90 p.
Other physical details
ill.

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