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Organizations: Justice and Solicitor General Publication Type: Educational Material

Views: 70
Last Modified

May 5, 2017

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The Sexual Violence Police Advisory Committee (SVPAC) of Alberta Justice and Solicitor General developed these cards for police services to distribute to victims of sexual violence. The cards affirm the rights of complainants to have their wishes respected at each stage of the criminal justice...


Views: 3929
Last Modified

January 1, 2017

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This manual is the companion to the Parenting After Separation course. It provides separated/divorce parents with information about the effect of divorce on children’s development. It introduces topics such as relationship building blocks, helping children cope with separation and divorce, the...


Views: 10
Last Modified

August 1, 2013

Description

Parenting After Separation is a six-hour course, offered by Alberta Family Justice for parents and guardians who are separating or divorcing. The purpose of the course is to help parents understand the legal process of separation (or divorce), the way the children are likely to feel and behave,...


Views: 226
Last Modified

July 1, 2012

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Applicants for an investigator licence in Alberta must successfully complete a mandatory training course, which prepares them to write the provincial licensing exam, or provide proof of equivalent training in order to qualify for a licence. This resource is the participant manual for the training...


Views: 26
Last Modified

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...