Correctional Service Canada
The Correctional Service Canada (CSC) is responsible for managing institutions of various security levels and supervising offenders under conditional release in the community.Read the latest news
Services and information
Register as a victim, visit the Victims Portal, learn about victim statements, notification and how to file a complaint.
Learn about the correctional process, visit an offender, resources for families of offenders through the Canadian Families and Corrections Network (CFCN).
Addresses and contact information for CSC facilities. Learn about security classifications and security measures which keep staff and visitors safe.
Learn about our correctional process and programs, women and Indigenous corrections. Structured Intervention Units, CORCAN, Health services, community corrections, ethnocultural initiatives and Chaplaincy Services.
Working at CSC. How to visit an inmate and how to register as a victim. Learn about volunteering, CSC’s ombuds office and the commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion.
Find out about CSC and the environment, international relations and partnerships.
Find collections of our publications, forms, research, education resources and acts, regulations and policy.
Find contact information for CSC's Media Relations team. Access frequently asked questions and watch videos about a variety of CSC topics.
Our mandate, portfolio, partners, access to information and transparency.
About Correctional Service Canada
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Available to any registered victim of crime and/or their representative.
We offer permanent and full-time positions, full training including an allowance, competitive salaries, excellent benefits including a pension plan, and opportunities for employment across Canada.
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