|Author||Standing Committee of Attorneys-General Working Group on Indigenous Justice|
|Source/Publisher||Standing Committee of Attorneys-General Working Group on Indigenous Justice|
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|Subjects||Criminal justice system, Government policy|
The National Indigenous Law and Justice Framework was developed by the Standing Committee of Attorneys-General (SCAG) as a national approach to address serious and complex issues that exist for Indigenous Australians and the criminal justice system. The Framework is intended to support the Council of Australian Government’s (COAG) agenda to Close the Gap in Indigenous disadvantage, particularly in relation to community safety and will be instrumental in achieving COAG objectives.Related Items
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