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Aboriginal experience report

    (1)     An Aboriginal experience report is a report that is prepared by members of a Law and Justice Group in respect of an offender and the offence.

    (2)     An Aboriginal experience report may contain the following information in respect of an offender and the offence:

        (a)     the personal circumstances and background of the offender and the offender's family;

        (b)     the family relationships of the offender;

        (c)     the employment status of the offender;

        (d)     the offender's health;

        (e)     the victim of the offence;

        (f)     the impact of the offending on the offender's community;

        (g)     the relationship between the offender and the offender's community, including cultural connection;

        (h)     the steps the offender has taken towards rehabilitation or restoration;

            (i)     general information or research about criminogenic factors.

    (3)     An Aboriginal experience report must be in a manner or form approved by the Chief Judge.

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