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May 6, 2010 ... This series of profiles provides analysis on a variety of topics and issues
concerning victimization, offending and public perceptions of crime and the
justice system. The profiles primarily draw on results from the General Social
Survey on victimization. Where applicable, they also incorporate information from
Each year in Canada, there is one youth court case for every 29 youths age 12-
17. (inclusive) in the country. Although the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA; S.C.
2002) requires that attempts be made to notify parents1 when a youth is charged,
there is no legal requirement that a parent be present in any legal proceedings ...
Jun 6, 2017 ... Women account for over half of all victims of violent crime in Canada and about
one-quarter of all offenders. The report 'Women and the Criminal Justice System'
provides a broad overview of criminal victimization and offending among
Canadian women, as well as information on the increase of women in ...
The Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA) received Royal Assent in February 2002
and came into force on 1 April 2003, replacing the former Young Offenders Act (
YOA). It was intended to respond to conflicting criticism: that courts and custody
were used too often for certain young offenders, and that criminal legislation was
This instructional program class comprises any program that focuses on the
criminal justice system, its organizational components and processes, and its
legal and public policy contexts. These programs include courses in criminal law
and policy, police and correctional systems organization, the administration of
Main Points. 4.1 Canada's criminal justice system faces major and complex
challenges. It is trying to respond to crime committed by youths; make the justice
system more responsive to Aboriginal peoples; address victims' needs; remedy
wrongful convictions; prevent questionable plea-bargains; deal with organized
Youth Court Judges' Views of the Youth Justice System: The results of a survey.
By Anthony N. Doob1. Report to the Department of Justice Canada. May 2001.
The views presented here are those of the authors and do not necessarily
represent the views of the Department of Justice or the Government of Canada.
Justice Institute of BC is receiving funding for projects at their Pitt Meadows and
New Westminster campuses under the Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic
Investment Fund, which aims to reinvigorate Canada's research and science
base, address existing infrastructure needs while contributing to Canada's long-
Dec 12, 2017 ... I recognize that the impact of the implementation of the Phoenix Pay System has
created a very difficult situation, and I appreciate this opportunity to inform you on
the ongoing efforts, investments and concrete practical actions that are planned
or have been taken by the Department of Justice (JUS) to help ...
NATIONAL JUDICIAL INSTITUTE. English Français.
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