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Preventing crime and promoting rights for Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and mental health issues : a report, by Tom Calma

Label
Preventing crime and promoting rights for Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and mental health issues : a report
Title
Preventing crime and promoting rights for Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and mental health issues
Title remainder
a report
Statement of responsibility
by Tom Calma
Title variation
2008 Preventing crime and promoting rights for Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and mental health issues
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Additional physical form
Report also available in downloadable fulltext from the Internet worldwide web at http://www.humanrights.gov.au/social_justice/publications/preventing_crime.
Cataloging source
SFAC
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1953-
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Calma, Tom
Dewey number
362.40994
Government publication
federal national government publication
Illustrations
portraits
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Priday, Emilie
  • Australian Human Rights Commission
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  • Aboriginal Australians with disabilities
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians with disabilities
  • Cognition in children
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Crime prevention
  • Juvenile justice, Administration of
  • Juvenile delinquency
  • Youth, Aboriginal Australian
  • Youth with mental disabilities
Label
Preventing crime and promoting rights for Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and mental health issues : a report, by Tom Calma
Link
http://www.humanrights.gov.au/social_justice/publications/preventing_crime/cog_disr.pdf
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Report prepared by Emilie Priday." -- title page verso
  • At foot of cover: "Report no. 3 /2008"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Part 1: Why do we need this research? Arguing for protection, prevention and knowledge for Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and mental health issues - a) Introduction, b) Methodology, c) Definitional issues -- Part 2: What do we know about Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and/or mental health issues? -- a) Human Rights and Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and/or mental health issues -- b) Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilites and/or mental health issues and the juvenile justice system: What are the connections? - Incidence of cognitive disabilities/mental health issues in the criminal justice system - Limitations of the data: Identification and Indigenous concepts of disability -- c) Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and mental health problems in context: Issues in development, education and the juvenile justice system - Development and social determinants of cognitive disabilities and/or mental health issues in Indigenous communities - Education and cognitive disabilities: foundation for success of pathway to offending? - Explanations for the over representation of people with cognitive disabilities in the criminal justice system - Explanations for the over representation of people with mental health problems in the criminal justice system - Substance use, cognitive disabilities and mental health issues -- d) What works: Interventions for Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and/or mental health issues - Crime prevention - Crime prevention in Indigenous communities - Early intervention - Early intervention and Indigenous communities: the risks of early intervention - Early intervention for Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities or mental health issues? - Diversion - Diversion and Indigenous young people - Diversion and Indigenous Young People with cognitive disabilities and mental health problems -- e) Summary of key findings and issues from the literature -- Part 3: Stories from the field: A life course approach to Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and mental health issues - a) Common themes - building on solid foundations through holistic services - Appropriate assessments - Indigenous concepts of disability - Different models of service delivery -- b) The early years and family support - c) The school years - d) Early adolescence and offending - Causes of offending and early intervention - Police contact - Formal diversion and court contact - Involvement with Juvenile Justice -- Appendixes
Control code
000043750541
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
[3], 88 p.
Isbn
9781921449062
Label
Preventing crime and promoting rights for Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and mental health issues : a report, by Tom Calma
Link
http://www.humanrights.gov.au/social_justice/publications/preventing_crime/cog_disr.pdf
Publication
Note
  • "Report prepared by Emilie Priday." -- title page verso
  • At foot of cover: "Report no. 3 /2008"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Part 1: Why do we need this research? Arguing for protection, prevention and knowledge for Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and mental health issues - a) Introduction, b) Methodology, c) Definitional issues -- Part 2: What do we know about Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and/or mental health issues? -- a) Human Rights and Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and/or mental health issues -- b) Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilites and/or mental health issues and the juvenile justice system: What are the connections? - Incidence of cognitive disabilities/mental health issues in the criminal justice system - Limitations of the data: Identification and Indigenous concepts of disability -- c) Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and mental health problems in context: Issues in development, education and the juvenile justice system - Development and social determinants of cognitive disabilities and/or mental health issues in Indigenous communities - Education and cognitive disabilities: foundation for success of pathway to offending? - Explanations for the over representation of people with cognitive disabilities in the criminal justice system - Explanations for the over representation of people with mental health problems in the criminal justice system - Substance use, cognitive disabilities and mental health issues -- d) What works: Interventions for Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and/or mental health issues - Crime prevention - Crime prevention in Indigenous communities - Early intervention - Early intervention and Indigenous communities: the risks of early intervention - Early intervention for Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities or mental health issues? - Diversion - Diversion and Indigenous young people - Diversion and Indigenous Young People with cognitive disabilities and mental health problems -- e) Summary of key findings and issues from the literature -- Part 3: Stories from the field: A life course approach to Indigenous young people with cognitive disabilities and mental health issues - a) Common themes - building on solid foundations through holistic services - Appropriate assessments - Indigenous concepts of disability - Different models of service delivery -- b) The early years and family support - c) The school years - d) Early adolescence and offending - Causes of offending and early intervention - Police contact - Formal diversion and court contact - Involvement with Juvenile Justice -- Appendixes
Control code
000043750541
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
[3], 88 p.
Isbn
9781921449062

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