John Tjepkema doesn’t mince words when it comes to his criminal career. It was long. And it was varied. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Key points:

  • More than a third of Australian prisoners are believed to have an acquired brain injury
  • Former inmates say they were never asked how they could be assisted with their injuries
  • The Voices for Justice program is teaching former prisoners to advocate for inmates with brain injuries

“I was in the ‘revolving door syndrome’,” the 60-year-old said.

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