Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Limited

LAW MATTERS Program 120, 6th December 2017

In our final program for 2017, ALSWA CEO Dennis Eggington and WA Police Commissioner Chris Dawson discuss ways of moving forward and how the over-representation of Aboriginal people in the criminal justice system can be overcome.

We also speak with David Braddock, Head of the Child Welfare & Prisoner Health Unit at the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare about the report released this week: Youth detention population in Australia 2017.

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