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The Nova Scotia Restorative Justice Program: Assessment of Current Status and Future Directions
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2015-09)
The Nova Scotia Restorative Justice (NSRJ) program for young offenders began in November 1999 at four regional sites after almost two years of intensive consultation and preparatory planning. The program expanded in 2001 ...
Directions in Mi'kmaq Justice: An Evaluation of the Mi'kmaq Justice System and its Aftermath
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2001)
This study was occasioned by the unexpected suspension of operations of the Mi'kmaq Justice Institute (MJI). The MJI, centred in the native court worker program (NCWP) but evolving into an umbrella organization for a variety ...
The 2014 HRM Round Table Review
The task assigned by Council to this Roundtable Review was “To review the implementation of the recommendations of the Round Table Report of 2008, and provide a “snapshot” assessment of current levels and manifestations ...
Moving on to the University: An Assessment the Dalhousie Restorative Justice Pilot Project
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2015-10)
Case Studies of Effectiveness in First Nations Policing: Development of a Research Framework: Final Report prepared for the Aboriginal Policing Directorate
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2000-07)
Crown Cautions and Pre-charge Screening in Nova Scotia: An Evaluation of Pilot Projects in Youth Justice
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2002-08-08)
Examining the Delivery of Extra Judicial Sanctions Programs in a Complex Urban Community
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2006-07)
Aboriginal Policing in Canada: An Overview of Developments In First Nations
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2006-09)
The Assessment of the Mi'kmaq Confederacy of PEI's Aboriginal Justice Program: Final Report
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2011-06)
This assessment examines how the AJP has evolved over the past three years and explores future trajectories for its development.
An Aboriginal Court in Elsipogtog First Nation
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2010-01)