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

DATE

January 1, 2014

AUTHORS

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police

YEARS

2014

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

There is no denying the importance of public confidence in the CJS. The Supreme Court of Canada has repeatedly declared that public confidence in the administration of justice underlies constitutional rights at the very heart of the criminal process. In response to a survey completed by participants at the 2013 symposium, the Ottawa meeting focused on a single theme with multiple dimensions – public confidence in the criminal justice system (CJS).

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Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police

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