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Organizations: Justice and Solicitor General

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June 5, 2009

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This guide provides information for those interested in becoming civil enforcement bailiffs, including the authority granted to them, the duties and responsibilities of bailiffs, the process to follow to become appointed a bailiff, abilities and skills required to be an effective bailiff, and...


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January 1, 2009

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Automated traffic enforcement technology is an important enforcement tool for traffic safety in Alberta. Albertans expect automated traffic technology to be used fairly and with consistency throughout the province, allowing for recognition of local concerns in accordance with community based...


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May 1, 2008

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This record contains archived and superseded sections of the Attorney General Guidelines for the Crown Prosecution Service. TO VIEW THE FULL AND CURRENT VERSION of the handbook, click on the "Related" tab. PLEASE NOTE that all files in this record are out of date and should not be consulted for...


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January 1, 2007

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Restorative justice is a different way of thinking about and responding to crime. It brings together those who have a stake in a specific crime, and tries to give them what they need to put things as right as possible. Restorative justice is a voluntary process that focuses on the victim’s needs...


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October 20, 2005

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This resource has been developed by Alberta Justice, in cooperation with Alberta Education, to provide an introductory overview of the justice system and its key participants, while addressing outcomes from the grade three social studies curriculum. By using this resource, grade three students...


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March 1, 1991

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The Task Force was appointed in January 1990 to complete a review of the criminal justice system in Alberta as it relates to Indian and Métis people and to provide a report for the Solicitor General of Canada and the Solicitor General of Alberta, which identifies any problems and proposes...