|Author||Williamson, Genevieve; Thompson, Kirrilly; Tedmanson, Deirdre|
|Source/Publisher||School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy: University of South Australia|
|Subjects||Crime prevention, Criminal justice system, Education, Health, Program, Social conditions|
This paper discusses the benefits to Indigenous people obtaining and retaining a driver’s licence including improved mobility, road safety, health and well being. It outlines barriers to obtaining and retaining a licence; the links between licence issues and contact with the criminal justice system; and identifies initiatives, including enablers and barriers, that support people to obtain and retain a licence. Of note is that the factors that are benefits for indigenous people being licensed are also the same factors that are barriers.
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