Participants or Just Policed?
Research shows that there are many people with intellectual disability who get into trouble with the law. Many of these people are children.
CID wants people with intellectual disability to not get into trouble with the law. But, if they do get in trouble with the law they get support they need.
CID also wants to make sure the laws are fair.
Read more in this guide to the role of the NDIS with people with intellectual disability who have contact with the criminal justice system.
You can also download a summary of the guide.
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