Testimonial Support Provisions for Children and Vulnerable Adults (Bill C-2):
Case Law Review and Perceptions of the Judiciary

Appendix B

Survey:  Judges' Perceptions of and Experiences with Bill C-2 Provisions

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey about your perceptions of and experiences with the provisions contained in Bill C-2.  Please note that the information you provide in this questionnaire will only be presented in aggregate form, and individual respondents will not be identified.  Please note that for purposes of this survey, unless otherwise specified, "child" means under 18 years of age. age. 

Background Information

Your Perceptions of Bill C-2

Bill C-2 introduced procedural and substantive amendments to provisions in the Criminal Code and Canada Evidence Act to facilitate the giving of testimony by children and other vulnerable witnesses.  The following section asks about your opinions of the provisions of Bill C-2.

Your Experiences with the Provisions Contained in Bill C-2

The following section asks about your experiences with the provisions of Bill C-2.  Please answer the following questions based on your experiences since Bill C-2 came into force January 2, 2006.

Competency Inquiries (s. 16.1)

Support Persons (s. 486.1)

General Comments

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.

Please save the file to your computer, and then attach it to your email to crilf@ucalgary.ca.