NT Child Deaths Review and Prevention Committee annual report 2009-2010
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NT Child Deaths Review and Prevention Committee The NT Child Deaths Review and Prevention Committee respect the beliefs of Aboriginal people and advise there is information in this report regarding deceased Aboriginal people. Office of the Childrens Commissioner Northern Territory PO Box 40598 Casuarina NT 0811 Telephone 08 8999 6076 FreeCall 1800 259 256 Facsimile 08 8999 6072 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Office of the Childrens Commissioner, Northern Territory Government 2010 This work is copyright, such copyright belonging to the Northern Territory of Australia and subject to conditions of the Copyright Act 1968 and the Northern Territory Copyright Policy. The information in this report may be freely copied and distributed for non-profit purposes such as study, research, services management, and public information subject to the inclusion of an acknowledgement of the Office of the Childrens Commissioner, Northern Territory, as the source. ISSN 1837-3852 Printed by: Copytime Suggested citation NT CDRPC (2010). Annual Report 2009-2010, Northern Territory Child Deaths Review and Prevention Committee. Child Deaths Review and Prevention Committee, Office of the Childrens Commissioner, Darwin. This Report is available in electronic format at: www.childrenscommissioner.nt.gov.au
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