Location of Aboriginal Justice Strategy Programs in Canada
This map only depicts where Aboriginal Justice Strategy Programs are located. It does not represent the geographic reach of the programs.
The Aboriginal Justice Strategy programs depicted are funded by both Federal and Provincial/Territorial governments.
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- 9. Behchoko – Behchoko Nayeati Do
- 10. Deline – Community Justice Committee
- 11. Fort Good Hope – Community Justice Committee
- 12. Fort McPherson – Community Justice Committee
- 13. Fort Providence – Deh Gah Gotie Justice Circle
- 14. Fort Resolution – Fort Resolution Elders Senate
- 15. Fort Simpson – Community Justice Committee
- 16. Fort Smith – Community Justice Committee
- 17. Hay River – Community Justice Committee
- 18. Inuvik – Community Justice Committee
- 19. Lutsel K’e – Community Justice Committee
- 20. Paulatuk – Paulatuk Justice Committee
- 21. Yellowknife – Community Justice Committee
Community-Based Justice Programs - Northwest Territories
Community Justice Program
Recipient: Government of the Northwest Territories
The goals of the Community Justice Program are to increase the capacity of the Aboriginal communities to administer justice, to support victims of crime so that they can play a meaningful role in the justice system, to ensure access to justice for all residents, and to promote safe communities.
The Program enables Aboriginal communities to play a greater role in the local administration of justice by providing timely and effective alternatives to the mainstream justice process where appropriate. These include crime prevention activities, community justice committees, victim support services, and training and assistance.
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