Justice Reinvestment

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Abstract In recent years, the Queensland Police Service (QPS) and Queensland courts have sought to rely on a range of ‘diversionary’ practices such as youth justice conferencing and cautioning as […]

This research brief examines the concept of Justice Reinvestment as it was developed and is currently understood in Australia, the United States of America, the United Kingdom and New Zealand. […]

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Just Reinvest NSW was formed by a coalition of more than twenty organisations and individuals from New South Wales to address the significant over-representation of Aboriginal young people in custody […]

Authors: KPMG

KPMG estimates the changes in Bourke during 2017, corresponding to the operation of the Maranguke Justice Reinvestment Project, resulted in a gross impact of $3.1 million (with operational costs of […]

Publishers: Australian Law Reform Commission, ALRC Reports, 133

In 2017, the Attorney-General of Australia launched an inquiry into the reasons for over-representation of Aboriginal and Torres St Islander people in prison in Australia. The Law Reform Commission developed […]

Publishers: The Australian Law Reform Commission, ALRC Reports, 133

This is the summary of the final report produced into the over-representation of Aboriginal and Torres St Islander people in prison in Australia. The Law Reform Commission developed recommendations for reforms, […]

This paper examines the Yiriman Project in the West Kimberley. The primary goal of the project was to support young Aboriginal people from remote communities connected culturally and linguistically within […]

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The Victorian Government Aboriginal Affairs Report is a chance to consider how we have tracked against out commitment to improving outcomes for Aboriginal Victorias as measured against the Victorian Aboriginal […]

Imprisonment rates in WA are above the national average, have increased by 14% between 2015 and 2016, and Indigenous women are the fastest growing group within the remand system. Imprisonment […]