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Intellectual Disability in the Victorian Prison System - Characteristics of prisoners with an intellectual disability released from prison in 2003-2006

Corrections Research Paper Series - Paper No. 02, September 2007

This paper is the second in a series of research papers exploring a range of contemporary correctional issues. It examines and compares the characteristics of a group of prisoners with an intellectual disability in the Victorian prison system with a group that does not have an intellectual disability. It highlights a number of significant differences between offenders in the mainstream prison population and those with an intellectual disability.


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Author: Department of Justice - Corrections Victoria
Publisher: Department of Justice
Date of Publication: 2007
Copyright: State of Victoria, 2007.

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