This website's intended audience are the police, businesses, and firearms owners; it provides key information on policy, legislation, and safety.
The Correctional Service of Canada is responsible for managing federal prisons and supervising offenders under conditional release. One of the aims of Corrections Canada is to help prepare offenders to become law-abiding citizens. To further this aim, CSC runs programs, individually and in partnership with experts and community/non-governmental organizations, for current inmates as well as for those who have already been released into the community. The Ministry now has a Research website.
- Aboriginal Offenders
- Correctional Operations
- Community Corrections
- Correctional Programs and Interventions
- Health and Mental Health
- Substance Abuse
- Offender Profiles and Forecasting
- Women Offenders
Learn more about legislation, policy, and procedure at this site.
Functions as an ombudsman for federal offenders. Its mandate is to investigate and settle inmate complaints and use these complaints as a basis for potential policy and procedure recommendations. This website hosts a collection of annual (and other) reports dating back to 1999.
The RCMP is the national police force of Canada; it also provides policing services under contract to the provinces (with the exception of Ontario and Quebec), the three territories, and num
Full-text decisions are accessible online from 1996 to the present.
Provides electronic access to judgments from 1876 to the present.
In response to growing demands for victim redress, the Ministers of Justice and Public Safety appointed the first Ombudsman for Victims of Crime in 2007. The ombudsman's role is to represent victims' interests and address their complaints and issues by facilitating access to federal programs, resolving complaints, and bringing victims' needs to the attention of criminal justice authorities and policy makers.
This website provides a list of supports and services for victims, directions on accessing information about offenders, e.g., the status of criminal investigations, the time of a parole board hearing, and links to research relevant to victims' issues.
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