National Conference on Juvenile Justice: proceedings of a conference held 22-24 September 1992

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Lynn Atkinson, Sally-Anne Gerull, Australian Institute of Criminology
Australian Institute of Criminology, 1993 - Law - 477 pages
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Contains approximately 40 papers presented at the National Conference on Juvenile Justice (Adelaide, September 1992) which attempt to identify multi-dimensional responses to problems associated with the juvenile justice system. Some of the topics considered are family group conference schemes, education of juveniles in detention, girls in custody, victim-offender mediation programs, and preventative and diversionary programs. Includes a bibliography and an index. Contributors represent a wide range of academics and practising professionals from relevant areas such as law, welfare, education, health and Aboriginal affairs.

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Contents

Preface
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Preventing Juvenile Crime
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New Theory and Practice
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