Comparing Sentencing Outcomes for Koori and Non-Koori Adult Offenders in the Magistrates' Court of Victoria

Date of Publication: 
11 April 2013

Comparing Sentencing Outcomes for Koori and Non-Koori Adult Offenders finds that Indigenous offenders sentenced in the Magistrates’ Court are more likely to receive a term in prison, rather than an order supervised in the community, than their non-Indigenous counterparts.

A summary of the key findings of the report is also available.

Authored and published by the Sentencing Advisory Council
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