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Final report from the Commission on First Nations and Métis Peoples and Justice Reform [electronic resource]

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Canadian Policing Research Catalogue



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Commission on First Nations and Métis Peoples and Justice Reform : final report
Legacy of hope : an agenda for change.



Includes bibliographical references.


1 online resource (2 v.)


Chair: J. Wilton Littlechild. Cf. Message from the Chair (v. 1)
Description based on print version record.


The Commissioners learned that the issues facing First Nations and Métis people – and the reasons they come into conflict with the justice system - are rooted in failures in the areas of education, health and economic development. Therefore, it is logical that the solutions to the problems of First Nations and Métis communities will be found by examining a wide range of areas. It was with this desire to address the issue of First Nations and Métis people and the justice system from a holistic point of view that the Commission undertook its mandate. This report reflects the work of the Commission on First Nations and Métis People in what it identified as 8 critical areas - leaderships, community promotion and crime prevention, victimization and violence, restorative justice, policing, justice institutions, racism and children and youth.


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Vol. 1. Legacy of Hope : an Agenda for Change. -- 1. Empowering First Nations and Métis leadership -- 2. Creative healthy, just, prosperous and safe communities in Saskatchewan -- 3. Violence & victimization -- 4. Restorative justice: restoring justice in Saskatchewan -- 5. Policing -- 6. Justice institutions -- 7. Eliminating racism: creating healthy relationships in Saskatchewan -- 8. Children and youth: realizing potential -- 9. Aboriginal justice in Saskatchewan 2002-2021: the benefits of change -- 10. Implementation-a blueprint for returning justice to the community -- 11.Summary of Final Report recommendations -- 12. Summary of recommendations from previous reports -- 13. Response to Interim Report Working Together-Recommendation 3.1 -- 14. Justice Reform Commission process -- Vol. 2. Submissions to the Commission.

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