Roles and activities of citizen advisory committees

Citizen advisory committees (CACs) believe in public safety, the right of all citizens to be involved in the correctional process, and the ability of offenders to become law-abiding citizens. CACs have three main roles, to:

Three circles equally overlapping each other. The orange circle is labbelled Observce. The green circle is labelled Advise. The blue circle is labbelled Liaise.

Here are some other examples of CAC activities:

Join a citizen advisory committee

Think about joining a citizen advisory committee (CAC)! It is one of many ways you can volunteer with Correctional Service Canada (CSC) and help keep communities safe.

Contact your regional coordinator for more information on how to become a member of citizen advisory committees.

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