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Listed under:  Society  >  Citizenship  >  Law  >  Jurisdiction  >  Juvenile justice system
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'Underground cells, Point Puer', c1911-15

This is a sepia-toned black-and-white photograph (3.4 cm x 8.6 cm) showing the entrance to two cells of the former Point Puer Boys' Prison in Tasmania. The entrances are brick archways built into the side of a hill and are surrounded by bushland; there are numerous trees behind the brick structures. Text at the base of ...

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Yolngu Boy, 2000: Three friends reunited

This clip shows three teenage Yolngu boys, Lorrpu (John Sebastian Pilakui), Milika (Nathan Daniels) and Botj (Sean Mununggurr), all of whom live in north-eastern Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory. The clip opens with Lorrpu dreaming about the first initiation ceremony the three friends were involved in as young boys. ...

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Facing the Demons, 1999: Senseless murder

This clip shows aspects of the restorative justice process in Australia. It opens with a slow pan of a room that has chairs arranged in a circle, ready for a restorative justice conference. It then shows Senior Sergeant Terry O'Connell explaining the purpose and process involved in restorative justice and its links with ...

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Catalyst - Teen Brain, 2005: Up against the law

This clip shows the implications of research findings on teenage brain development, particularly for the criminal justice system. It begins with a re-enactment of 18-year-old Monica stealing a car without thinking of the consequences, followed by brain development researcher Dr Stephen Wood explaining that the brain's capacity ...