Across Australia, Indigenous people are disproportionately arrested and locked up – some as young as 10 years old.
In this special report, former inmates reveal what it is like to be imprisoned as a child.
As the Black Lives Matter Movement resonates across the globe and Indigenous Australians lead nationwide protests, families describe the heartbreak of losing a loved one to a life behind bars.
From outback communities to inside a youth jail, 101 East goes to the front lines of the criminal justice system in Western Australia, the state with the country’s highest rate of Indigenous incarceration.
Correspondent/Senior Producer: Drew Ambrose
Producer: David Boyle, Liz Gooch and Mavourneen Dineen
Field Producers: Stephanie King and Mark Jones
Cinematographer: Craig Hansen
Picture Editor: Andy Mees
Digital Producer: Rhiona-Jade Armont
Production Manager: Susanna Low
Senior Supervising Producer: Nick Olle
Executive Producer: Sharon Roobol
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