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Administrative Instruction 2.0/2001. Aboriginal young people.

Department of Health and Human Services, J.M.
June 4, 2015

Source: (2001) Tasmania, Australia: Department of Health and Human Services.

1. This Practice Direction applies both to conferences referred by Tasmania Police, and those
ordered by the Court.
2. When meeting with young offenders prior to a conference, Facilitators are to ascertain
whether the young offender is a member of an Aboriginal community. It is assumed for Youth
Justice purposes, that “member of an Aboriginal community” means the same as “being
Aboriginal.” (excerpt)


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