You and CSC

Work or volunteer with Correctional Service Canada (CSC), discover information on contacting inmates, learn about victim rights, restorative justice opportunities, and Citizen Advisory Committees.

Services and information

Working at CSC

Apply for a job at CSC, explore current openings, job profiles, and upcoming recruitment events.

Citizen Advisory Committees

Roles and activities of Citizen Advisory Committees (CACs), apply to become a member of a CACs, The James A. Murphy CSC Award of Excellence, and CACs Awareness Week.

Restorative Justice

How to participate in Restorative Justice (RJ), RJ factsheet, RJ values and principles, Restorative Opportunities Program, RJ reports and publications, contact information.


Become a volunteer with Correctional Service Canada (CSC), volunteer programs and services at CSC, resources, The Taylor Award, contact information.

Visiting and communicating with an inmate

How to visit, call, or write to an inmate, the visiting process, forms for visiting an inmate, Inmate Telephone System (ITS), resources for visitors.


Victim registration, notification, statements, access victim's portal, frequently asked questions, resources for victims, contact victim services.

CSC ombuds’ office

The Ombuds for Workplace Well-being supports all CSC employees and offers informal approaches to prevent and resolve workplace issues. Discover what the Ombuds’ office does. Get contact information.

The Employee Assistance Program

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) helps CSC employees, their family members and dependents with difficult situations. Access its external resources.

Independent chairperson appointments

Application information, criteria to apply, application qualifications, current opportunities, inmate disciplinary process.

CSC Collaboration Hub (Collab Hub)

Learn about the CSC Stakeholder Collaboration Hub and how to become a member.

CSC’s commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion

Learn more about CSC’s commitment to continuing efforts to increase inclusiveness, diversity and equity at CSC.


Register as a victim

A victim must first register with CSC to receive information about an offender that harmed them. Find out how to register and what kind of information victims receive.

Visiting an inmate

Find out how to visit an inmate. Discover everything you should know before you visit.

Prisons Inside/Out podcast

Welcome to Prisons Inside/Out, a new podcast series from Correctional Service Canada (CSC). Follow along as we take you beyond the walls of our institutions, highlighting the important work we do to protect Canadians and change lives every day.

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