Election Fact Sheets: It is crucial that we invest in policies that can effectively address victims’ needs and help reduce crime and re-offending. There is now a strong body of evidence that increasing incarceration does not do that. It also incurs costs in prison construction, including financial burdens on the provinces, which take away tax dollars from other programs and services proven to be of more value for all Canadians as well as for crime prevention.
- A new year letter from the church council on justice and corrections
- National Restorative Justice Symposium 2021
- CCJC’s Board President, Pamela Dillon, March 2021 update
- CCJC’s Board President, Pamela Dillon, September 2020 letter about her experiences as a volunteer in the Prison Chaplaincy Program
- Creative & Healing Approaches to Justice Event