The over-representation of Indigenous persons in custody

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Abstract

The Book: The corrections system is probably the best known but least understood of public institutions. Everyone knows what a prison is, but not many know much about them, or that the prison is only a small part of the total system. "Corrections Criminology" is a groundbreaking examination of corrections systems - what we know; the key issues that need to be addressed now; and the issues likely to arise in the future. The book's 28 chapters cover: ......Special Prison Populations, such as Indigenous, female and aging prisoners......
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCorrections Criminology
EditorsSean O' O'Toole, Simon Eyland
Place of PublicationSydney
PublisherHawkins Press
Pages109-116
Number of pages8
Edition12
ISBN (Print)1876067179
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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    Anscombe, A. (2005). The over-representation of Indigenous persons in custody. In S. O. O'Toole, & S. Eyland (Eds.), Corrections Criminology (12 ed., pp. 109-116). Hawkins Press.