Production and Delivery of Gladue Pre-sentence Reports: A Review of Selected Canadian Programs

DATE

October 25, 2019

GUEST AUTHORS

Prof. Patricia M. Barkaskas, Vivienne Chin, Prof. Yvon Dandurand, Dallas Tooshkenig

YEARS

2019

MATERIAL

Report

POLICIES

Access to Justice, Restorative Justice

Production and Delivery of Gladue Pre-sentence Reports: A Review of Selected Canadian Programs

Gladue reports are specialized pre-sentence reports meant to assist the courts in determining the Gladue factors in each case. Gladue reports assist judges by contextualizing the circumstances of individual Indigenous people who are charged with crimes and being sentenced.

In order to understand the current state of Gladue report writing programs and consider future state of Gladue report service delivery in British Columbia (BC), this report presents and compares information gathered from interviews with stakeholders from various jurisdictions in Canada about Gladue report service delivery models.

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Prof. Patricia M. Barkaskas

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Vivienne Chin

Senior Associate

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Prof. Yvon Dandurand

Senior Associate

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Dallas Tooshkenig

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