|Author||Cook, Roslyn; McNamara, Joe|
|Source/Publisher||Indigenous Law Centre, University of New South Wales|
|Subjects||Criminal justice system, Juvenile justice|
This article reports on the trend in western New South Wales that sees young Indigenous people accused of an offence being granted bail on the condition that they relocate to a regional town, such as Orange. A representative from the Wiradjuri Aboriginal Legal Service in Cowra discusses his concerns. He suggests that while the purpose of these bail orders is presumably to remove the young people from those who may influence their behaviour, they are being sent to a new place, often without the provision of appropriate care and supervision, and are faced with similar temptations to offend.
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