Grants and Contributions:

Prince George Pilot Crime Prevention & Diversion Program
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Agreement Date:
Apr 1, 2024 - Mar 31, 2029
The purpose of this contribution is to provide funding to implement a 60-month multi-sectoral direct intervention project comprised of the following two initiatives: 1) Implementing Prince George Diversion Program; and 2) Implementing the Post Release Aftercare Program for Indigenous participants in Prince George, British Columbia.
Public Safety Canada
Expected Results:

Identified risk factors are addressed and protective factors enhanced among Indigenous participants in Prince George, British Columbia.

Westbank, British Columbia, CA V4T 3A4
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Grants and Contributions
Recipient Type:
Aboriginal recipient
Additional Information:

Signed in Q4 with start date in Q1 2024-25.

Recipient's Legal Name:
BC First Nations Justice Council
(NICPF) Northern and Indigenous Crime Prevention Fund
Program Purpose:

The program purpose is to provide support in the adaptation, development and implementation of innovative and promising culturally sensitive crime prevention practices which address known risk and protective factors to reduce vulnerability to crime and promote community safety approaches in Indigenous communities both on and off-reserve and in the North. The NICPF also focuses on building capacity and knowledge to identify and promote Indigenous crime prevention and community safety best practices.