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Justice reinvestment: a community response to Indigenous incarceration

In Inside Story (30.7.15) Robert Milliken reports on a new program in Bourke, New South Walels, in which a loose consortium including the police, the Bourke Shire Council, business figures and Indigenous leaders have embarked on a project to apply a ‘community model’ of justice reinvestment to try to bring the imprisonment rate down.

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