Citizen advisory committees

Citizen advisory committees (CACs) were set up by law to be a public presence in federal corrections. They help Correctional Service Canada (CSC) build stronger links between offenders and communities.

There are CACs at almost every federal institution and district parole office across Canada. Members are citizens who come from different cultures and backgrounds. They range from university students to retirees.



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