(1) What action has the Government taken to expand and extend programs like the Maranguka Justice Reinvestment in Bourke, which the KPMG evaluation found reduced bail breaches by 14 per cent and days in custody by 42 per cent, and had an economic benefit of $3.1 million in 2017?
(2) What similar programs does the Government provide or fund and where are these located?
(3) What similar programs does the Government fund or operate that target disadvantaged First Nations communities?
(4) What plans does the Government have to provide additional programs like Maranguka Justice Reinvestment?
I am advised these matters fall under the portfolio responsibility of the Attorney General. The Member should direct his questions to The Hon. Mark Speakman, SC MP.
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