Approaches to the Design and Provision of Prison Accommodation and Facilities for Australian Indigenous Prisoners After the Royal Commission Into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody

Grant, E 2014, 'Approaches to the Design and Provision of Prison Accommodation and Facilities for Australian Indigenous Prisoners After the Royal Commission Into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody', Australian Indigenous Law Review, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 47-55.


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Title Approaches to the Design and Provision of Prison Accommodation and Facilities for Australian Indigenous Prisoners After the Royal Commission Into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody
Author(s) Grant, E
Year 2014
Journal name Australian Indigenous Law Review
Volume number 17
Issue number 1
Start page 47
End page 55
Total pages 9
Publisher Indigenous Law Centre (University of New South Wales)
Abstract The Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody ('RCIADIC') investigated the deaths of 99 Aboriginal people in police and prison custody. Each of the individual reports poignantly outlines someone's life and the circumstances of their death in prison or police custody. Many of the custodial environments where the people were detained were unpleasant, inappropriate, unsafe or even inhumane.
Subject Studies of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Society
Criminology not elsewhere classified
Architecture not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) Indigenous Architecture
Aboriginal Architecture
Criminology
Architecture Prison Architecture
Prison Design
Indigenous Prisoners
Social Justice
Aboriginal Deaths In Custody
Copyright notice © Australian Indigenous Law Review
ISSN 1835-0186
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