Indigenous leaders and families have called for change across the nation’s justice system following the handing down of a NSW parliamentary report into First Nations deaths in custody.
- The report provided 39 recommendations into Aboriginal imprisonment and deaths in custody
- Committee Chair Adam Searle wants the report to drive change within the justice system
- The NSW Government will consider the report and recommendations
An Upper House Select Committee today tabled its findings and 39 recommendations which aim to reduce the over-representation of First Nations people in the criminal justice system.
The inquiry was called after thousands of Australians protested in the streets as part of the global Black Lives Matter movement…