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Incarcerated people with disability don't get the support they need – that makes them more likely to reoffend

By Sophie Yates, Research Fellow, UNSW Sydney
Caroline Doyle, Senior Lecturer, UNSW Sydney
Shannon Dodd, Lecturer, Australian Catholic University
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People with disability in prison may need help with personal hygiene, reading, filling in forms, understanding rules, participating in criminal justice proceedings, or making complaints.The Conversation

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