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Aboriginal Community Justice Groups

 

Overview

Aboriginal Community Justice Groups are representative groups of Aboriginal people who come together to examine the crime and offending problems in their communities and develop ways to address these issues. The groups work with different parts of the criminal justice system to make sure the system worked better for people in their communities in New South Wales (NSW).

Aboriginal Community Justice Groups are based on the idea that local Aboriginal people know their own communities and problems. Therefore, the groups can solve local community problems better by developing local community solutions.

Department of Justice and Attorney General NSW abstract

Contacts

Department of Justice, New South Wales
Parramatta Justice Precinct
160 Marsden Street
Locked Bag 5111
Parramatta NSW 2124
Ph: (02) 8688 7777
Fax: (02) 8688 7980

Related publications

Aboriginal Community Justice Groups (2010)

Aboriginal Programs Unit

This fact sheet provides information about Aboriginal community justice groups. Aboriginal community justice groups are representative groups of Aboriginal people who come together to examine the crime and offending problems in their communities and develop possible solutions. The fact sheet provides details on:

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

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Last updated: 3 June 2016
 
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