Disparities in Criminal Justice System Responses to First-Time Juvenile Offenders According to Indigenous Status

Nina Papalia
Nina Papalia
Benjamin Spivak
Benjamin Spivak
Daniel E. Shea
Daniel E. Shea

CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND BEHAVIOR, pp. 1067.0-1087.0, 2019.

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Abstract:

This study explored the intersection between Indigenous status, gender, and age in relation to law enforcement responses to offending in 53,632 first-time juvenile offenders in Australia. Findings demonstrated that Indigenous offenders were more likely to receive a court summons (rather than diversionary alternative) following their first...More

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