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Southern Cross University Now Open to Prisoners

Latest News Southern Cross University Now Open to Prisoners Southern Cross University (SCU) is now providing higher education courses that can be completed by incarcerated individuals around Australia. SCU will provide learning materials online or through hard copy course guides for those with limited or no access to the internet. In line with the recent …

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JA Report | Feb 10 2012

JUSTICE ACTION REPORT February 10, 2012 This is our regular report to update you with our latest news and projects. Please let us know if you can provide any assistance or advice on these issues or generally. Feedback on our new ground-breaking papers linked below, items 4, 5 and 6 would be greatly appreciated.  GENERAL We …

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JA Report | 2015

2015 has been a massive year for Justice Action! To wrap up the year we would like to share some of our memories below. Click here to see Video of JA discussing their experiences working in 2015

JA Report 2016

2016 in Review    2016 has been yet another busy year for the Justice Action team. Click here to read a report on the work we’ve done, and check out some photos of the highlights below. Christmas Party On Friday 16th December Justice Action had their annual Christmas Party to celebrate our achievements for the year.The Christmas …

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Damien Linnane

Damien Linnane was born and raised in Sydney, Australia. Prior to going to prison he spent five years in the Australian Army as a Combat Medical Attendant and also completed a degree majoring in psychology at the University of New England. At the age of 29, Linnane was sentenced to ten months imprisonment for a …

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John Thornton

In 1969, John Thornton, age 22, was sentenced to 14 years in prison on armed hold-ups of two banks. Following his incarceration, Thornton released a book concerned with the abuse of authority within the police force, crimes committed by the Government and conspiracies within the judiciary. Thornton frames this book as an exposé on the …

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