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05.06.2016

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SA Chief Justice calls meeting to try to reduce Indigenous incarceration rate MP3

South Australia's chief justice says governments need to set targets to drive down the rate of Indigenous incarceration. Despite representing 3 per cent of the population, Aboriginal people account for more than a quarter of the prison population. Chris Kourakis says frustration drove him to take the extraordinary step of organising a state conference between government officials, service providers and Aboriginal com... Source: abc.net.au

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