• Psychology
  • Published 2016

Identifying barriers in the South African Criminal Justice System : implications for individuals with severe communication disability

@inproceedings{Bornman2016IdentifyingBI,
  title={Identifying barriers in the South African Criminal Justice System : implications for individuals with severe communication disability},
  author={Juan Bornman and R. G. S. White and Ensa Johnson and Diane Nelson Bryen},
  year={2016}
}
Individuals with severe communication disabilities and who are victims of crime, experience many access and opportunity barriers in the criminal justice system. The aim of this research was to identify the barriers experienced by this population in the South African Criminal Justice System as perceived by experts in the field. A qualitative research method, with 56 expert professionals in the criminal justice system divided into two different sequential data sources, was employed. The first… CONTINUE READING

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