2009, English, Article edition: The Fernando principles : the sentencing of Indigenous offenders in NSW / Discussion paper prepared for the NSW Sentencing Council by Janet Manuell. Manuell, Janet.

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  • iv, 33, 7 p. ; 30 cm.
Published
  • [Sydney], N.S.W. [New South Wales Sentencing Council], ©2009
Language
  • English

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Title
  • The Fernando Principles : the sentencing of Indigenous offenders in NSW /​ discussion paper prepared for the NSW Sentencing Council by Janet Manuell SC.
Author
  • Manuell, Janet.
Other Authors
  • Manuell, Janet, (author.)
  • New South Wales. Department of Attorney General and Justice
  • New South Wales Sentencing Council
Published
  • [Sydney], N.S.W. [New South Wales Sentencing Council], ©2009
Content Types
  • text
Carrier Types
  • online resource
Physical Description
  • iv, 33, 7 p. ; 30 cm.
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Summary
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  • Released in February 2010, this report provides a comprehensive review of the development of the current common law principles in relation to sentencing Aboriginal offenders against a backdrop of increasing rates of imprisonment of Aboriginal offenders in NSW. The report identifies various reasons for the overrepresentation of Aboriginal offenders in NSW prisons and examines alternative sentencing models and criminal justice strategies from this and other jurisdictions.
Contents
  • The Australian Productivity Commission?s Report ? Overcoming Indigenous disadvantage: key Indicators 2009
  • Development of the current common law principles applicable in NSW to the sentencing of Indigenous offenders
  • Rates of imprisonment of Indigenous offenders in NSW
  • Identifying the reasons for the overrepresentation of Indigenous offenders in NSW prisons and detention centres
  • Reasons why the reform of the laws and practices in NSW relating to the sentencing of Indigenous offenders is necessary
  • Comparisons between the NSW, Victorian and Canadian models of sentencing reform.
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Language
  • English
Dewey Number
  • 345.944077
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Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. Library. Open to the public (Sirsi) a438756; held Article English
National Library of Australia. Open to the public 6002788; Nq 2012-2115 Article English
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