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Koori intensive bail support program



The Koori intensive bail support program is for young Koori people from the adult justice system and the children's court (on deferral of sentence status) who are at high risk of breaching bail and/or re-offending, and are deemed likely to be remanded in custody.

The program aims to target the over representation of Indigenous young people on remand, by providing intensive support for them and their families.

The program currently operates in three regions in Victoria.


Abstract adapted from Department of Human Services Victoria


Department of Human Services Victoria
Program Adviser
Koori Justice Program
Youth Services and Youth Justice Branch
Ph: (03) 9096 8839

Related publications

Denning-Cotter G (2008)

Bail support in Australia.

Canberra: Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse

Cunneen C, Allison F (2009)

Indigenous bail diversion: program options for Indigenous offenders in Victoria.

Sydney: University of New South Wales

Koori youth justice (2009)

Victorian Department of Human Services

The Koori youth justice factsheet, produced by the Victorian Department of Human Services, provides information on youth justice programs designed for Koori people in Victoria. The factsheet includes details on:

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract


Last updated: 26 March 2014
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