The Resource Circles of support : towards Indigenous justice : prevention, diversion and rehabilitation, ACTCOSS and the Aboriginal Justice Centre

Circles of support : towards Indigenous justice : prevention, diversion and rehabilitation, ACTCOSS and the Aboriginal Justice Centre

Label
Circles of support : towards Indigenous justice : prevention, diversion and rehabilitation
Title
Circles of support
Title remainder
towards Indigenous justice : prevention, diversion and rehabilitation
Statement of responsibility
ACTCOSS and the Aboriginal Justice Centre
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Report attempts to engage with the reasons for over-representation of Indigenous people in ACT prisons, to identify existing mainstream and Indigenous crime prevention and diversion initiatives in the ACT, to highlight gaps in service provision and areas on unmet need and make recommendations for change (from p. 7); research methodology was law and justice literature research; consultations with government policy officers and program managers and others; project was conducted in partnership with the Aboriginal Justice Centre; includes a section on the ACT Indigenous community's views of Indigenous over-representation in the criminal justice system p. 16-18
Cataloging source
AIC
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  • Council of Social Service of the A.C.T
  • Aboriginal Justice Centre
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Criminal justice, Administration of
  • Crime prevention
  • Crime
  • Imprisonment
Label
Circles of support : towards Indigenous justice : prevention, diversion and rehabilitation, ACTCOSS and the Aboriginal Justice Centre
Link
http://www.actcoss.org.au/publications/Publications_2008/1408PAP.pdf
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Cover artwork by Dale Huddleston
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 93-96
Contents
Defining the issue -- Identifying the framework: the diversion spectrum -- Background information: a social and spatial profile of crime in the ACT -- Some key prinicples in developing appropriate and effective crime prevention interventions -- The social and legal policy context -- Stage 1: Prior to first contact with police -- Stage 2: Diversion in law enforcement -- Stage 3: Court processing -- Stage 4: Non-custodial sentencing options -- Stage 5: Pre- and post- release (custodial) -- Conclusions: Lessons we can learn from other jurisdictions -- Conclusions: Evaluating change -- Recommendations -- References -- Appendices
Control code
000043362289
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
100 p. :
Label
Circles of support : towards Indigenous justice : prevention, diversion and rehabilitation, ACTCOSS and the Aboriginal Justice Centre
Link
http://www.actcoss.org.au/publications/Publications_2008/1408PAP.pdf
Publication
Note
Cover artwork by Dale Huddleston
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 93-96
Contents
Defining the issue -- Identifying the framework: the diversion spectrum -- Background information: a social and spatial profile of crime in the ACT -- Some key prinicples in developing appropriate and effective crime prevention interventions -- The social and legal policy context -- Stage 1: Prior to first contact with police -- Stage 2: Diversion in law enforcement -- Stage 3: Court processing -- Stage 4: Non-custodial sentencing options -- Stage 5: Pre- and post- release (custodial) -- Conclusions: Lessons we can learn from other jurisdictions -- Conclusions: Evaluating change -- Recommendations -- References -- Appendices
Control code
000043362289
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
100 p. :

Library Locations

    • Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)Borrow it
      51 Lawson Cres, Acton, ACT, 2601, AU
      -35.292556 149.118617
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