Chilliwack Indigenous Justice Centre

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Services at the Chilliwack Indigenous Justice Centre The Indigenous Justice Centre (IJC) in Chilliwack offers supports to Indigenous people – First Nations, Métis and Inuit – dealing with criminal and […]

CPD Accredited Events

Upcoming FREE Events Application of Gladue Principles Across the Criminal Justice System CPD offered by the BC First Nations Justice Council Overview:  The program for each session includes 30 minutes […]

2023 Justice Forum Agenda

2023 Justice Forum Agenda 2023 Justice Forum Venue Map & Legend 2023 Justice Forum Full Program The agenda for 2023 is coming soon, be sure you’re registered and we will […]

Virtual Indigenous Justice Centre

Welcome to the Virtual Indigenous Justice Centre The Virtual Indigenous Justice Centre (VIJC) is a BC Government-funded initiative that is solely delivered by the BC First Nations Justice Council (BCFNJC).  […]

Corrections

Considering Gladue factors in corrections Gladue principles are about recognizing that the social determinants of crime, aka Gladue factors, have had a disproportionate impact on Indigenous people in Canada. They […]

Crown Counsel

How to request a Gladue report? The Gladue Services Department is working in collaboration with BC Prosecution Service (BCPS) to make the application of Gladue more accessible and functional for […]

Defence Counsel

Criteria In order to request a Gladue report, your client must self-identify as First Nations, Metis, or Inuit. Applications of Gladue reports To ensure fair treatment of Indigenous people, defence […]

Judiciary

How to obtain a Gladue report Part of the work the BC First Nations Justice Council (BCFNJC) and the judiciary in BC will be engaged in is to address the […]

Gladue Report Writers

Who are Gladue report writers? Gladue report writers come from diverse backgrounds. Many Gladue report writers share backgrounds in law, criminology, sociology, and social work among many others.  Gladue report […]

Crisis Resources

Important Numbers If you are in need of help, please don’t hesitate to reach out to any of the resources listed below. National Indian Residential Schools Crisis Line (Canada): 24-hour […]