Using data for Montreal on Aboriginal peoples' interaction with criminal justice system explores two central hypotheses: high rates of offending and recidivism/reoffending are related to over-reliance on use imprisonment compounded by lack of appropriate services and programing; and lack of targeted prevention approach which takes into account that more Aboriginal people fall into socioeconomic group most vulnerable to involvement in the system.
International Centre for the Prevention of Crime
Montreal Urban Aboriginal Community Strategy Network
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