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National Conference on Juvenile Justice


proceedings of a conference held 22-24 September 1992

Lynn Atkinson and Sally-Anne Gerull (eds.)


This National Conference was part of the on-going process of reform in juvenile justice, in a climate of popular concern about rising levels of juvenile crime. Issues discussed at the conference included: juvenile justice programs in various jurisdictions; juvenile justice legislation; education of juveniles while under detention; the policing of young people; and crime prevention and community-based corrections.


Juvenile justice : issues and overviews

Jurisdictional perspectives : Australia and New Zealand

The policing of young people

Aboriginal young people and juvenile justice

Programs and services for young people

Crime prevention and community based corrections

Cite article

1993. National Conference on Juvenile Justice. Conference proceedings series. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. https://aic.gov.au/publications/proceedings/22