Regional Report of Inquiry in New South Wales, Victoria, and Tasmania
Australian Government Pub. Service, 1991 - Aboriginal Australian prisoners - 438 pages
Commissions investigations and jurisdictional issues; causes and prevention of death; Aboriginal prisoners; bail , probation and parole; criminal investigation procedures; contact history and government policy; racism; Aboriginal /police relations; domestic violence; juveniles; employment, education and health policy; treatment of alcohol and drug abuse; land rights and self-determination.
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PART ONE INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
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