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Locking up natives in Canada
|Other titles||Report of the Canadian Bar Association Committee on Imprisonment and Release., Report of the Committee of the Canadian Bar Association on Imprisonment and Release.|
|Contributions||Canadian Bar Association. Committee on Imprisonment and Release.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||110 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||110|
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LOCKING UP NATIVES IN CANADA MICHAEL JACKSONt I. THE NATURE AND MEASURE OF THE PROBLEM Statistics about crime are often not well understood by the public and are subject to variable interpretation by the experts.
In the case of the statistics regarding the impact of Cited by: Get this from a library. Locking up natives in Canada: a report of the Canadian Bar Association Committee on Imprisonment and Release.
[Michael Jackson; Canadian Bar Association. Committee on Imprisonment and Release.]. Get this from a library. Locking up natives in Canada: a report of the Committee of the Canadian Bar Association on Imprisonment and Release.
[Michael Jackson; Canadian Bar Association. Committee on Imprisonment and Release.] -- Primary focus is to report and make recommendations on the nature of the legal regime which should surround the practice of imprisonment, the critical issue of. Locking up natives in Canada: a report / of the Committee of the Canadian Bar Association on Imprisonment and Release.
KF C7 C36 Captured justice: Native nations and Public Law / Duane Champagne, Carole Goldberg. Sep 03, · Statistics regarding the impact of the criminal justice system on native people in Canada are so stark and appalling that the magnitude of the problem can be neither misunderstood nor interpreted away.
Native people come into contact with Canada's correctional system in numbers grossly disproportionate to their representation in the axendadeportiva.com by: Locking up natives in Canada: a report of the Canadian Bar Association Committee on Imprisonment and Release, Michael Jackson., Toronto Public Library.
Locking up natives in Canada by Jackson, Michael,The Association?] edition, in EnglishPages: Locking up natives in Canada: a report / Author: of the Committee of the Canadian Bar Association on Imprisonment and Release.
Publication info. Aboriginal over-representation and raised concerns about the need to address the trend of ever-increasing rates of over-representation.
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Professor Jackson also served in as a consultant to the Law Reform Commission of Canada and authored In Search of the Pathways to Justice: Alternative Dispute Resolution in Aboriginal Communities. He has also authored two major reports, Justice Behind the Walls and Locking Up Natives in Canada.
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