Becoming a kinship carer when you have a criminal record

Becoming a kinship carer when you have a criminal record

Published: 
September 2016
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To download a copy of Becoming a kinship carer when you have a criminal record, visit Woor-Dungin’s website.

About this fact sheet

This free fact sheet is produced by Woor-Dungin for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in Victoria who have a police record. It has clear information about the law and your rights, and contact details of organisations you can call if you need some advice or help.

Woor-Dungin collaborated with its partners Healesville Indigenous Community Services Association, Mallee District Aboriginal Services, Willum Warrain, and Winda-Mara Aboriginal Corporation to produce this fact sheet as part of the Criminal Record Discrimination Project.

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