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Perceptions of the treatment of juveniles in the legal system: A report to the National Youth Affairs Research Scheme, by Christine Alder, Ian O'Connor, Kate Warner and Rob White

Published by the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies for the National Youth Affairs Research Scheme

1992
83 pp.
ISBN 1 875236 14 7.

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pp.i - xi: Introductory pages:
Title page
Acknowledgements p.iii
About the authors p.iv
List of tables p.vi
Report summary p.viii

pp.1-17: Chapter 1: Introduction and methodology (Rob White and Christine Alder);
Chapter 2: Legislative and policy overview (Kate Warner)

pp.18-28: Chapter 3:The young people (Christine Alder)

pp.29-36: Chapter 4: The police (Rob White)

pp.37-50: Chapter 5:Lawyers, legal advocates and legal services (Ian OConnor)

pp.51-57: Chapter 6: Conclusion (Ian OConnor)
References

pp.58-83: Appendixes

  1. Police questionnaire p.58
  2. Youth questionnaire p.565
  3. Lawyers/legal advocates questionnaire p.572
  4. Community legal centres questionnaire p.577
  5. Legal Aid Commissions questionnaire p.581

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