Arresting Incarceration: Pathways Out of Indigenous Imprisonment

Arresting Incarceration Pathways Out of Indigenous Imprisonment Despite sweeping reforms by the Keating government following the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody the rate of Indigenous imprisonment has soared What has gone wrong In Arrestin

  • Title: Arresting Incarceration: Pathways Out of Indigenous Imprisonment
  • Author: Don Weatherburn
  • ISBN: 9781922059550
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback
  • Despite sweeping reforms by the Keating government following the 1991 Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, the rate of Indigenous imprisonment has soared What has gone wrong In Arresting Incarceration, Don Weatherburn charts the events that led to Royal Commission He also argues that past efforts to reduce the number of Aboriginal Australians in prison haDespite sweeping reforms by the Keating government following the 1991 Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, the rate of Indigenous imprisonment has soared What has gone wrong In Arresting Incarceration, Don Weatherburn charts the events that led to Royal Commission He also argues that past efforts to reduce the number of Aboriginal Australians in prison have failed to adequately address the underlying causes of Indigenous involvement in violent crime namely, drug and alcohol abuse, child neglect and abuse, poor school performance, and unemployment.

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    1. Karen

      A very detailed, academic analysis of the issue of Indigenous incarceration, ARRESTING INCARCERATION: PATHWAYS OUT OF INDIGENOUS IMPRISONMENT is sobering, difficult, and confronting reading. And it's hard not to feel like a bit of a fraud in discussing it - not being of the community or of any academic expertise.So looking at the book as an interested and sympathetic observer, the level of statistics quoted, the breadth of the issue, and the length of time in which it has continued to be a major [...]

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