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Learn about community justice | Government of Yukon

Dec 4, 2019 ...Learn about community justice What is community justice? Which communities have community justice projects? Together with the Yukon First Nations and Yukon communities, the Department of Justice is involved in many community-justice programs and committees. What is community justice? Through grass-roots initiatives, community justice helps

Nominate someone for a Minister of Justice — Community Safety Award | Government of Yukon

Nov 28, 2019 ...Nominate someone for a Minister of JusticeCommunity Safety Award The Minister of JusticeCommunity Safety Awards is an annual award program that recognizes Yukoners who promote community safety. Eligibility Nominees can be: individuals; RCMP members; youth; mentors; first responders; community groups; and community programs. Award categories

Government of Northwest Territories - Community Justice Program

Mar 12, 2015 ...Government of Northwest Territories - Community Justice Program Backgrounder The Government of the Northwest Territories manages its Community Justice Program in partnership with the Aboriginal Justice Strategy. The program works directly and indirectly with local justice committees across the Territories to develop and deliver a variety of diversion

Community Justice and Policing :: Justice

...Community Justice and Policing Community Justice Department of Justice Government of the Northwest Territories 4903 49 th St PO Box 1320 Yellowknife NT X1A 2L9 Canada communityjustice (at) gov (dot) nt (dot) ca communitypolicing (at) gov (dot) nt (dot) ca 1‑867‑767‑9261 1‑867‑873‑0199 The Community Justice and Policing Division helps communities to develop

Province of Manitoba | justice - Community Justice

...Page Content Community Justice Manitoba takes a balanced approach to justice, the traditional court system and the community-based justice system. Both strive to ensure the safety and well being of Manitobans while holding individuals accountable for offences they have committed. If individuals pose a real threat to the safety of a community

Department of Justice | Government of Yukon

Oct 30, 2019 ...Department of Justice Our justice system, legislation and the work we do to build harmonious relationships are the foundation for safe, healthy and peaceful communities. We acknowledge our role in the administration of justice and our collective objective to serve the public. The following principles guide the direction of the department: reconciliation

Community-Based Justice Fund

Apr 12, 2013 ...Community-Based Justice Fund Overview The Community-Based Justice Fund supports community-based justice programs in partnership with Indigenous communities. Programs are cost-shared with provincial and territorial governments and designed to reflect the culture and values of the communities in which they are situated. The IJP currently funds 197 community

Agency Chiefs Tribal Council Community Justice Program

Mar 17, 2015 ...Agency Chiefs Tribal Council Community Justice Program Backgrounder Agency Chiefs Tribal Council (ACTC) is situated in Treaty 6 Territory and consists of three First Nations: Big River, Pelican Lake and Witchekan Lake. Since 1998, the ACTC Community Justice Program, funded by the Aboriginal Justice Strategy, has provided culturally relevant programming

Community Justice | Government of Nunavut

...Skip to main content Community and Government Services Culture and Heritage Economic Development and Transportation Environment Education Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs Family Services Finance Health Justice Human Resources English ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ Inuinnaqtun Français Staff Directory Search form Search Home Department ofMinistére du Justice Toggle

Seeing Oneself Community Justice Initiative

Jun 21, 2011 ...Seeing Oneself Community Justice Initiative Table of Contents Overview The Seeing Oneself Community Justice Initiative (SOCJI) was a three-year project undertaken at the Manitoba Youth Centre to support the development, implementation and evaluation of cognitive-behavioural, evidence based research designed to help Aboriginal young offenders resist

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