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This report contains information on both the number of young people under supervision on an average day and the number of young people under supervision during the year.
In Australia, responsibility for juvenile justice lies with the states and territories and involves both juvenile...
As the first in a series of books by the young people in Ashley Youth Detention Centre, this publication aims to provide insight into the circumstances of their lives inside and their hopes for the future.
In a letter at beginning of Views: life...
The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of the prevalence of substance use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, as well as the use of services for substance abuse. The report focuses on three main categories of substance that have major...
Research by the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research has shown that the observed rate of re-offending among juvenile offenders convicted in 2006/7 was significantly higher than the predicted rate of re-offending.
The discrepancy, though small, (57.9% observed rate compared to...