The Resource Community-based sanctioning of offenders: a new solution for indigenous justice?

Community-based sanctioning of offenders: a new solution for indigenous justice?

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Community-based sanctioning of offenders: a new solution for indigenous justice?
Title
Community-based sanctioning of offenders: a new solution for indigenous justice?
Subject
Language
eng
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  • Aboriginal Law
  • Aboringinal Peoples - Self Determination
  • Aboringinal Peoples - Civil Rights
  • Indigenous peoples
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Community-based sanctioning of offenders: a new solution for indigenous justice?
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Note
In: Alternative Law Journal. Vol 30 no. 1 February 2005, pp. 24 - 28
Contents
This article discusses the relationship between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and criminal sentencing. The role of community justice groups in criminal sentencing is explained. Circle sentencing, the practice of 'conducting a sentence hearing in a community setting' used for Indigenous offenders in the United States and Canada is also described. Curriculum area - Legal Studies
Extent
p. 24 - 28..
Label
Community-based sanctioning of offenders: a new solution for indigenous justice?
Note
In: Alternative Law Journal. Vol 30 no. 1 February 2005, pp. 24 - 28
Contents
This article discusses the relationship between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and criminal sentencing. The role of community justice groups in criminal sentencing is explained. Circle sentencing, the practice of 'conducting a sentence hearing in a community setting' used for Indigenous offenders in the United States and Canada is also described. Curriculum area - Legal Studies
Extent
p. 24 - 28..

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