Slipping through the cracks: Examining the realities of a child-friendly prison system
INTRODUCTION: The health effects for children with incarcerated parents, and methods to improve children's experience of the justice system, are under-researched areas. While some work has been done to illuminate these concerns, practical implementation of a “child-friendly prison” has been slow. AIMS: A Health Directorate-funded project examining children's interactions with the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) justice system was conducted in 2013, which made a number of...[Show more]
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