Recommendations from the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody (RCIADIC) (1991)
A royal commission in 1987 investigated Aboriginal deaths in custody over a 10-year period, giving 339 recommendations.
Its recommendations are still valid today, but very few have been implemented. Every year, Aboriginal people continue to die in custody.
A key part of the report were the 339 Recommendations.
A review of the implementation of the Report in 2005 is available here.