Australia's Royal Commission into Deaths in Custody

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
December 2016
0 hours 37 minutes
This is an investigative report looking at Australia's Royal Commission into why so many Australian's die in jail and prison custody. We hear from one of Australia's leading Criminologists as to how Australian State Governments have not implemented the recommendations from the royal commission It also interviews a police commissioner how the police arrest people and also a CEO of the prison system.

It investigates the duty of care of relevant authorities, decriminalisation of public drunkenness, the increase of women going into custody, the use of taser guns, criminal charges being laid against the police and prison guards, the mental health of people in jail / prison and the training of police and prison guards. This book discusses solutions, to reduce the number of people dying in custody, and the conclusion of the royal commission into deaths in custody.

This is part 1 of this series. Part 2 in a future production will interview the families of those who have died in police and/or prison custody.
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