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Positive results for Bourke Justice Reinvestment Trial

Notes early successes of the Maranguka Justice Reinvestment Project in Bourke. There has been a “sharp drop” in reported domestic violence offences among other offences. Justice Reinvestment is ‘breaking the cycle’ by addressing the risk factors involved with offending.

Red Cross: Rethinking Justice Vulnerability Report 2016

This paper discusses the need for Indigenous de-incarceration in Australia. It notes, “While justice reinvestment is already being explored in Australia, a better resourced and more coordinated approach is required across all jurisdictions that have primary responsibility for criminal justice systems.”

Indigenous Expenditure Report

The Indigenous Expenditure Reports present nationally comparable information on government expenditure on services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.

Looking beyond offenders

‘Looking beyond offenders to the needs of victims and communities’ is a paper written by Mick Gooda, Emilie Priday and Louise McDermott from the Australian Human Rights Commission. This article examines the applications for justice reinvestment in Australia, primarily in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.