MOST SERIOUS OFFENCE/CHARGE
Nearly a third (32% or 2,365) of all Indigenous prisoners were sentenced/charged for acts intended to cause injury, and a further 14% (1,010) for unlawful entry with intent. Acts intended to cause injury was also the offence category that accounted for the highest proportion of non-Indigenous prisoners (15% or 3,203), followed by illicit drug offences (14% or 2,987).
PROPORTION OF PRISONERS,
Indigenous status by selected most serious offence/charge(a)