Source: (1985) Proceedings, Aboriginal Criminal Justice Workshop. No 1, 29 April to 2 May. Phillip Act, AUS: Australian Institute of Criminology, 320p.
Papers from the 1985 Australian Aboriginal Criminal Justice Workshop address legal problems in Australian Aboriginal communities; regulation in Fiji, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, Canada, and Australia; the impact of colonialization on Aboriginal crime, self-determination in justice matters, legal services, the impact of incarceration, police relationships, the involvement in local social control in Fiji, Papua New Guinea, and New Zealand; the disproportionate involvement in the Canadian justice system; projects that increase involvement in the administration of criminal justice in Australia, future planning needs and research issues, and enabling legislation of some programs.
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