Calls for change 30 years after inquiry into Indigenous deaths in custody | ABC News

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Thirty years ago, a royal commission delivered a blueprint to prevent Aboriginal deaths in custody. Since then, more than 450 Indigenous people have died in police or prison custody – five since the start of last month – and the proportion behind bars has doubled.

Keenan Mundine is the co-founder at Deadly Connections Community and Justice Services.

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