Targeted Engagement in support of the Implementation Plan for the Federal Framework to Reduce Recidivism
From Public Safety Canada
Current status: Open
Opens on February 9, 2023 and will close to new input on February 26, 2023.
The Federal Framework to Reduce Recidivism is the Government of Canada’s first step in putting together an Implementation plan that identifies actions to support safe and successful reintegration into the community. The goal: to increase public safety by reducing recidivism, preventing victimization, addressing the overrepresentation of Indigenous Peoples, Black Canadians and other marginalized groups in our criminal justice system.
This engagement seeks targeted input to inform the development of the Implementation plan for the Federal Framework to Reduce Recidivism, following the June 22, 2022 tabling of the Federal Framework to Reduce Recidivism.
How to participate
Public Safety Canada sent targeted invitations directly to subject matter experts in the criminal justice sector to participate online through an engagement platform, by email, or through a virtual meeting.
Public Safety Canada is only seeking input from community organizations and/or subject matter experts who work in the criminal justice sector and who understand first-hand the barriers to successful reintegration and the consequences of recidivism on communities, families, and individuals.
- Federal Framework to Reduce Recidivism (publicsafety.gc.ca)
- Minister Mendicino launches the Federal Framework to Reduce Recidivism - Canada.ca
For more information, please contact the Research Division, Crime Prevention Branch.
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