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Dubbo's Aboriginal youth crime down because of Project Walwaay

By Kim Bartley
May 22 2020 - 5:30am
PROJECT WALWAAY: Andrew Boog speaks with Constable Ebony Mackey, Superintendent Peter McKenna and Senior Constable Melanie Maher. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

A low-key and unfunded project in Dubbo has reduced the number of Aboriginal youths being charged with offences by 65 per cent in six months while helping them pursue education and work opportunities.

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