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We don't shoot our wounded: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims of family violence access to justice and access to services in the ACT

by ACT Victims of Crime Coordinator

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Year 2009
City Canberra
Institution ACT Government
Date March 2009
Report number 09/0307

Abstract

This report investigates the extent to which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims of family violence access the justice system in the ACT. Information is also provided on the accessibility, availability and use of family violence services by Indigenous victims in the ACT. The circumstances of, and the support available to, Indigenous crime victims is also examined and related Australian research is reviewed.

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