Re-inventing Criminal Justice: The Eleventh National Symposium - Final Report

DATE

September 20, 2019

AUTHORS

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police

YEARS

2019

POLICIES

Access to Justice / Justice Efficiency

Re-inventing Criminal Justice: The Eleventh National Symposium - Final Report

In January 2019, the National Criminal Justice Symposium convened for the eleventh time. The Symposium is an annual forum for criminal justice practitioners, professionals, researchers and other expert to share off-the-record, candid perspectives and solutions regarding the challenge of fashioning a responsive, accessible and accountable criminal justice system.

Every year, the Symposium focuses on a different aspect of reinventing and improving the criminal justice system. This year, Symposium addressed the relationship between the criminal justice system and Canada’s Indigenous peoples, holding an initial discussion about constructive ways in which the system must be decolonized. More than 100 participants attended the Symposium, which was chaired by the Honourable Raymond Wyant and facilitated by Harold Tarbell.

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Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police

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