Blueprint for Youth Justice in the ACT 2012-22
Annual Progress Report 2015
Report from the Youth Justice Blueprint Implementation Group
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The artwork incorporated in the design of the Blueprint for Youth Justice in the ACT 2012-22 was created by young people as part of their involvement in programs at the Bimberi Youth Justice Centre.
Data used in the report is primarily sourced from the AIHW 2015. Youth justice in Australia 2013-14: an overview. AIHW bulletin 127. Cat. no. AUS 188. Canberra: AIHW.
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