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Adult female offenders in the provincial/territorial corrections systems, 1989-90

Stan Lipinshi

Adult female offenders in the provincial/territorial corrections systems, 1989-90

by Stan Lipinshi

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Published by Statistics Canada, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Female offenders -- Canada -- Statistics.,
  • Women prisoners -- Canada -- Statistics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementStan Lipinshi.
    SeriesJuristat -- v. 11, no. 6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 p.
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15548043M

    In this book, Cruel but not unusual: Violence in Canadian families, the researchers and authors cast light on the breadth, depth, pervasiveness, and magnitude of family violence in society. The book tells a disturbing story, reaching into the oft-ignored areas of family violence. Figure Trends of Completed Suicides Nishnawbe-Aski Nation, Male/Female Comparison Rates of Depression and Acute Stress are High in First Nations The RCAP report Choosing Life identified a range of mental health conditions that constitute major risk factors for self-harm.

    KUNJUKRISHNAN, R., J.W. Bradford and Lily Varan, "Mentally disordered female offenders and their crimes", (December ) 25(6) Canadian Psychiatric Association Bulletin 43 and 45; also published in French / aussi publié en français: "Criminelles atteintes de troubles mentaux et leurs crimes", (décembre ) 25(6) Bulletin de l'Association. Accessibility Literature. Annotated Reference List Sorted Reverse Chronological by Author (). Accessibility. Distance Education Report, Magna Publications Inc. 8: Reports on the use and accessibility of web sites of institutions in their distance education courses.

    _____"Mental Disorder and Violent Crime" in Neil Alan Weiner and Marvin E. Wolfgang eds., Pathways to Criminal Violence, vol. 2, Newbury Park (California): Sage Publications, , p., chapter 4 at pp. , ISBN: and (pbk.); short summary at "Annotated Bibliography", () 2(3) Forum on Corrections Research at p. ;KategProblem:cats: 50 words: 0:$, 1: ,,0,,0,12,0,,0,,0,,0,,0,29,0,30,0,31,0,,0,,0,37,0,40,0,43,0,,0,,0,50,0,,0,55,0.


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«Adult Female Offenders In Provincial / Territorial Correctional Systems » Juristat 11 (6), Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Statistics Canada. a) That the Solicitor General convene a Task Force on Federal Female Offenders, composed of representatives of appropriate federal government departments and agencies, the Canadian Elizabeth Fry Societies and other relevant private sector agencies and interested provincial/territorial.

Jan 31,  · Footnote However, 73% of the aboriginal female offenders are incarcerated rather than under community supervision as compared to 49% of the non-aboriginal group. Of the total aboriginal federally sentenced population, % are in the Prairie Region and % in Ontario.

Provincial/Territorial. Female offenders with and without major mental health problems: a comparative investigation. Ottawa: Research Division, Correctional Service of Canada. { Canada} Blanchette, Kelley. An examination of medium- and maximum-security federally-sentenced female offenders.

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3 - Gathering Strength" See other formats. Yet when we introduced legislation on the Young Offenders Act to increase sentences for young offenders in the commission of offences such as murder, to allow young offenders who were 16 and 17 years old to be more readily tried in adult court, it was the Reform Party that voted against this legislation.

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Federal, provincial, territorial, and municipal agencies and organizations all play a part, but no agency or jurisdiction has control or ownership of the entire system. It is important to note that the majority of people with mental health conditions rarely come. Aboriginal Peoples and the Justice System: judicial and corrections systems.

Progress is also being made on the North Battleford mediation/diversion pilot project for adult offenders, and the province has begun a review of eligibility criteria for access to mediation and diversion programs.

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PubMed Central.For example, inthe age of the perpetrator(s) was recorded for only 33 per cent of the million criminal incidents documented by Canadas UCR2 survey (Carrington ).3 Furthermore, while arrest statistics for young offenders (12 to 17 years of age) are regularly provided by Statistics Canada, detailed age breakdowns for adult.