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Luke Michael
Pro Bono News
Thursday 18th February, 2021
The disability royal commission needs a dedicated First Nations hearing to investigate the overrepresentation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the criminal justice system, Indigenous leaders say.
Eileen Baldry
Thursday 18th February, 2021
The UN has twice called on Australia to dismantle its indefinite detention system for people with cognitive impairments and mental illness, which disproportionately affects Indigenous people. Indefinite detention is what
Julie Power
Thursday 18th February, 2021
Melanie’s story was revealed as part of the disability royal commission’s examination of the experiences of people with cognitive disabilities in the criminal justice system who are locked in indefinite
Eileen Baldry
The Conversation
Wednesday 17th February, 2021
In dismantling our indefinite detention system, the key is to provide more disability-focused support to those at risk of coming into contact with criminal justice systems.
Nas Campanella
Tuesday 16th February, 2021
Disability advocates are worried not enough is being done to help members of their community to navigate through Australia's justice system - that includes victims, witnesses and perpetrators. It's the latest
Australian Government Solicitor
Disability Royal Commission
Tuesday 22nd December, 2020
Are you interested in knowing more about laws that affect people with disability? This research report lists key elements of legislation covering people with disability in national, state and territory jurisdictions
Mirage News
Thursday 19th November, 2020

Five members of an accused Melbourne crime syndicate have been charged with defrauding the National Disability Insurance Scheme and the Child Care Subsidy of $800,000.

Mirage News
Thursday 22nd October, 2020
The Agency, with the assistance of the Australian Federal Police, today executed a search warrant at a Kellyville Ridge premises following complaints over the misuse of participant funding. A 37
Olivana Lathouris
Nin News
Saturday 26th September, 2020
A Sydney healthcare professional has been charged and $5.3 million worth of assets restrained after allegations she used the National Disability Insurance Scheme to siphon money for personal use.
NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission
Friday 18th September, 2020
The Hon. Alan Robertson SC was appointed to conduct an independent review into the NDIS Commission’s regulation of the provider of NDIS supports and services to Ms Ann-Marie Smith, an
Australian Federal Police, Services Australia and National Disability Insurance Agency
Joint media Release
Friday 18th September, 2020
Two people from Western Sydney have been jailed for a combined 9 years and 6 months as the result of a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Fraud Taskforce investigation into
Terry Gangcuangco
Insurance Business Australia
Friday 28th August, 2020
Materials were seized from the sites in Western Sydney to assist the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Fraud Taskforce in its “Operation Pavo” investigation. In a joint release by the