The Aboriginal Justice Agreement gives formal recognition to the real and honest partnership between the Attorney General and the Aboriginal Justice Advisory Council in working to reduce Aboriginal peoples involvement in the criminal justice system; improve community safety for Aboriginal people; and lead the development of the New South Wales Aboriginal Justice Plan. The AJA and the Aboriginal Justice Advisory Council were put in place in NSW as a response to the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody (1991)Related Items
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