University of Technology Sydney

98002 Indigenous Perspectives on Crime and Justice



Students in this subject learn about, reflect on and critique the historical and contemporary relationships between Australian First Nations peoples and the Australian legal system. Students focus their learning on various aspects of and perspectives on crime (prevention, policing, victims, offending) and both conventional and alternative models of justice. They examine what are often complex relationships from various perspectives and build their professional skills in Indigenous cultural safety.

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Spring session

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