|Author||State Government of Victoria|
|Source/Publisher||Victorian Department of Justice|
|Subjects||Community development, Deaths in custody|
This document presents the Victorian Government’s response to the Implementation Review of the Recommendations from the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. The response summarises steps that the Government has taken to build stronger Indigenous communities, and notes that the Government has recently developed the Victorian Indigenous Affairs Framework as a whole of government approach to overcoming Indigenous disadvantage. The response also summarises initiatives which have been developed under the Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement to tackle Aboriginal over representation in the justice system. Specific initiatives are described as they relate to particular recommendations of the review.Related Items
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