The Resource Embedding diversion and limiting the use of bail in NSW: : a consideration of the issues related to achieving and embedding diversion into juvenile justice practices

Embedding diversion and limiting the use of bail in NSW: : a consideration of the issues related to achieving and embedding diversion into juvenile justice practices

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Embedding diversion and limiting the use of bail in NSW: : a consideration of the issues related to achieving and embedding diversion into juvenile justice practices
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Embedding diversion and limiting the use of bail in NSW:
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a consideration of the issues related to achieving and embedding diversion into juvenile justice practices
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eng
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The increase in remand numbers in New South Wales (due to changes in bail and other legislation) has been identified as the most significan driver of the increase in the overall number of children and young people in custody (from Introduction p. 468); article critiques two reports released in late 2009: the Youth Justice Coalition Report "Bail Me Out: NSW Young Offenders and Bail" and the Uniting Care Burnside paper "Releasing the Pressure on Remand: Bail Support Solutions for Chidlren and Young People in New South Wales"
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Bargen, Jenny
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Embedding diversion and limiting the use of bail in NSW: : a consideration of the issues related to achieving and embedding diversion into juvenile justice practices
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Bibliography p. 478-479
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M0041813
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Embedding diversion and limiting the use of bail in NSW: : a consideration of the issues related to achieving and embedding diversion into juvenile justice practices
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Bibliography note
Bibliography p. 478-479
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M0041813

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