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Aboriginal Justice Working Group

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Representative Body
Location:Victoria, Australia
Summary Information:
The Aboriginal Justice Working Group will assist the Aboriginal Justice Forum. It will meet when required to facilitate inter-agency coordination of programs and services within the Statewide Action Plan, and to provide support to Regional Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committees. It is comprised of representatives from a wide range of government and community agencies and organisations. Its main role will be to:
  • Support implementation of the Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement.
  • Establish the Regional Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committees.
  • Assist the Regional Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committees to develop their Regional Aboriginal Justice Plans.
  • Identify and develop best practice approaches in program development and service delivery.
  • Develop cross-program linkages.
  • Monitor and report on implementation and justice outcome data.

  • Related Entries

    Agreement
  • Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement: Phase 1
  • Organisation
  • The Aboriginal Justice Advisory Forum
  • Regional Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committees
  • Indigenous Issues Unit of the Department of Justice (Vic)
  • Binjirru Regional Council
  • Tumbukka Regional Council
  • Policy/Strategy
  • Victorian Statewide Action Plan

  • References

    Report
    Department of Justice, Department of Human Services, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission, Tumbukka Regional Council, Binjirru Regional Council, Victorian Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committee (2000) Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement
    Department of Justice, Department of Human Services, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission, Tumbukka Regional Council, Binjirru Regional Council, Victorian Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committee (2000) Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement

    Glossary

    Representative Body

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