Justice Reinvestment

Justice Reinvestment is a program that has been developed with indigenous people in Australia, US, Canada and other countries to look at cultural methods of handling juvenile incarceration amongst Indigenous youth.


One of the main Aboriginal Australian groups involved in piloting the program is Murdi Paaki out western NSW.


Also see their report data on p75 http://www.mpra.com.au/uploads/documents/mpra_regional_plan_fin_mps.pdf –

A general fact sheet on the Reinvestment program


https://www.indigenousjustice.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/mp/files/publications/files/rb21-justice-reinvestment-schwartz-et-al-2017-ijc-webv2.pdf – includes overseas models> good comment bottom of middle column p.6

Some attitudes against – https://www.idahopress.com/news/local/lawmakers-law-enforcement-spar-over-justice-reinvestment-impacts/article_7d5609c0-e99c-53a5-a35b-1be879ec59b6.html

It is clear from these articles that the success of the program depends how it is administered


If you come from law, this may be interesting http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/journals/UNSWLRS/2015/56.pdf

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