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Cost-benefit analysis of a community healing process

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Dec 3, 2015 ...Cost-benefit analysis of a community healing process PDF (15KB) Research summary Vol. 8 No. 6 November 2003 Question Are Aboriginal community healing processes cost-effective alternatives to the traditional criminal justice process? Background Many Aboriginal communities are returning to their traditional teachings. Currently, there are a number

Mistawasis First Nation Community Justice & Policing - COMPENDIUM ANNEX: DETAILED PRACTICE DESCRIPTIONS

https://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/rp-pr/cj-jp/fv-vf/annex-annexe/p50.html

Aug 9, 2012 ...Family Violence Initiative Previous Page Table of contents Next Page COMPENDIUM OF PROMISING PRACTICES TO REDUCE VIOLENCE AND INCREASE SAFETY OF ABORIGINAL WOMEN IN CANADA – COMPENDIUM ANNEX: DETAILED PRACTICE DESCRIPTIONS INTERACTIONS WITHIN COMMUNITIES Healthy Relationships: Women Program name: Mistawasis First Nation Community Justice & Policing

Youth Justice: Building Safe Streets and Communities - Youth Justice

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Aug 14, 2007 ...Youth Criminal Justice Act: Building Safe Streets and Communities video series Principles Transcript Youth Offender 1 I don't really remember all of what happened the night I was arrested because I was intoxicated and stuff. Young Offender 2 I started drinking, doing drugs so I kept on getting in trouble with the law so I kept on going back and forth

Whati youth witnessing first-hand effects of drug addiction in downtown Vancouver | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

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Dec 11, 2019 .... Marvin Romie hope these presentations will have an impact. "I hope people who listen to our presentations choose to not use drugs and stay in school", tells the youth. This training was planned and coordinated by Whati RCMP, with the support of many partners. Whati RCMP want to thank the GNWT Community Justice and Policing Division, Tlicho Government, Whati

Chief Information Officer (CIO) Sector - Royal Canadian Mounted Police

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Dec 30, 2019 ... and functional responsibility for the RCMP's IM/IT program. Clients include all RCMP employees, as well as the Canadian law enforcement community, criminal justice partners and agencies. Services Certificate Services Program

APPENDIX 6c - CONSULTATION GUIDELINES AND INTERVIEW GUIDES - 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 APPENDIX 6 - CONSULTATION GUIDELINES AND INTERVIEW GUIDES INTERVIEW GUIDE Justices of the Peace Interviews with Justices of the Peace will be structured but open-ended. A set of information needs (listed below) will be addressed. Discussions that range beyond

Justice Partnership and Innovation Program

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Dec 13, 2019 ... to ensure that the Department of Justice's programs and services reach official language minority communities. In the context of project funding, these measures include: outreach to official language minority communities to enhance their understanding of the Department of Justice funding programs; and encouraging contacts between organizations that are receiving

Canadian Family Justice Fund

https://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/fund-fina/famil/index.html

Dec 13, 2019 ... to ensure that the Department of Justice's programs and services reach official language minority communities. In the context of project funding, these measures include: Outreach to official language minority communities to enhance their understanding of the Department of Justice funding programs Encouraging contacts between organizations that are receiving

Sunshine Coast RCMP - Restorative Justice Program

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Dec 6, 2019 ... for victims, offenders and the community and to minimize further harm caused by the offending behaviour. Results show that offenders participating in restorative practices are less likely to re-offend, building stronger, safer communities. Incorporated as a non-profit society in 2004, the Restorative Justice Program is run by a volunteer board of directors

Sunshine Coast RCMP - Volunteer Opportunities

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Dec 30, 2019 ...Volunteer Opportunities We have several volunteer oppotunities available in the community. Give Back To Your Community! Volunteer opportunities, include: Speed Watch Restorative Justice Auxiliary program Victim Services Citizens on Patrol Pender Harbour Community Police Office If you are interested in volunteering with any of the above programs, please call

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