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Community-Based Justice Fund

https://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/fund-fina/acf-fca/ajs-sja/cf-pc/index.html

Dec 16, 2019 ...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

Government of Northwest Territories - Community Justice Program

https://www.canada.ca/en/news/archive/2015/03/government-northwest-territories-community-justice-program.html

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

Agency Chiefs Tribal Council Community Justice Program

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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

Seeing Oneself Community Justice Initiative

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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

3. MANDATE, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE NUNAVUT COMMUNITY JUSTICE PROGRAM - REVIEW OF THE NUNAVUT COMMUNITY JUSTICE PROGRAM: FINAL REPORT

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...Review of the Nunavut Community Justice Program: Final Report 3. Mandate, Goals and Objectives of the Nunavut Community Justice Program 3.1 Mandate 3.2 Goals 3.3 Objectives 3.4 Comment Previous Page Table of Contents Next Page 3. MANDATE, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE NUNAVUT COMMUNITY JUSTICE PROGRAM 3.1 Mandate Through the Community Justice Program

APPENDIX 5 - NUNAVUT COMMUNITY JUSTICE AGREEMENT FORM - REVIEW OF THE NUNAVUT COMMUNITY JUSTICE PROGRAM: FINAL REPORT

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...Review of the Nunavut Community Justice Program: Final Report Previous Page Table of Contents Next Page APPENDIX 5 - NUNAVUT COMMUNITY JUSTICE AGREEMENT FORM DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE DIVERSION AGREEMENT FORM One copy to Justice Committee, one copy to person, one copy to parent if under 18 TO BE FILLED OUT BY RCMP OR CROWN COUNSEL RCMP Detachment/Crown Office

REVIEW OF THE NUNAVUT COMMUNITY JUSTICE PROGRAM: FINAL REPORT

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...Review of the Nunavut Community Justice Program: Final Report Scott Clark Consulting Inc. Research and Statistics Division The views expressed in this report are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of the Department of Justice Canada. Report prepared for the Department of Justice Canada © GOVERNMENT OF CANADA, 2005-10-26 Table

5. COMMUNITY CASE STUDIES - REVIEW OF THE NUNAVUT COMMUNITY JUSTICE PROGRAM: FINAL REPORT

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...Review of the Nunavut Community Justice Program: Final Report 5. Community Case Studies 5.1 Pangnirtung 5.2 Arviat 5.3 Rankin Inlet 5.4 Iqaluit Previous Page Table of Contents Next Page 5. COMMUNITY CASE STUDIES This section of the report summarizes the findings regarding each of the four focus communities of Pangnirtung, Arviat, Rankin Inlet and Iqaluit

Community-based Justice - Inuit Women and the Nunavut Justice System

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...Inuit Women and the Nunavut Justice System 4. Community-based Justice 4.1 Community-based Justice Initiatives 4.1.1 The Program 4.1.2 Community Justice Committees 4.1.3 Committee Methods 4.1.4 Community Justice Committee - Membership Previous Page Table of Contents Next Page 4. Community-based Justice 4.1 Community-based Justice Initiatives Community-based

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - REVIEW OF THE NUNAVUT COMMUNITY JUSTICE PROGRAM: FINAL REPORT

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...Review of the Nunavut Community Justice Program: Final Report Table of Contents Next Page EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Community Justice Program began in 1993 under the Government of the Northwest Territories and continued under the Government of Nunavut from April 1, 1999. The aim of the Nunavut Department of Justice is to support communities in taking greater

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