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Kullari patrol

 

Overview

The Kullari patrol is a program run by the Mamabulanjin Aboriginal Corporation in Broome, Western Australia, with the primary objective of diverting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples from unnecessary contact with the criminal justice system by picking them up and taking them to a safe place. The program has predominantly focused on providing safe transportation for intoxicated people, including transport home or to a designated safe place.

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Contacts

Mamabulanjin Aboriginal Corporation
640 Dora Street
PO Box 664
Broome WA 6725
Ph: (08) 9192 1662
Fax: (08) 9193 5233
Mobile: 0447 549 545

Related publications

Blagg H (2006)

Models of best practice: Aboriginal community patrols in Western Australia.

Perth: Western Australian Crime Research Centre

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Last updated: 30 October 2014
 
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