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Pacific Institution is a multi-level complex located about 80 kilometres east of Vancouver in the city of Abbotsford, British Columbia.
The Regional Psychiatric Centre (RPC) is located on land leased from the University of Saskatchewan within the city of Saskatoon. RPC is approximately 140 kilometres south west of Saskatchewan Penitentiary near Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
The Consolidated Future-Oriented Statement of Operations (CFOSO) has been prepared on the basis of the Government priorities and CSC's plans described in the Departmental Plan.
In recent years, there has been an increased focus on the role of victims in the criminal justice system, with significant policy and legislative changes having occurred in recognition of their importance.
Profiles of women admissions and in-custody differ substantially due to the accumulation of individual's with longer sentences.
Comparing the case characteristics of Black inmates in SIUs with others in SIUs as well as the mainstream Black inmate population may yield some important information especially with respect to providing targeted interventions to these individuals.
The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) regularly conducts population forecasts and monitors historical trends of federal offender counts both in custody and under community supervision. The systematic monitoring of breaks in a longer-term line can help to signal when net demand for accommodation and intervention capacity might be mounting, weakening or being met.
The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) has an ethnoculturally diverse offender population. Study 2 of a three-part study examined in-custody indicators, looking for differences among ethnocultural, White, and Indigenous offenders. This summary focuses on results for women. It is important to identify differences as they can inform CSC of areas for further examination and action to support a diverse offender population.
The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) has an ethnoculturally diverse offender population. Study 2 of a three-part study examined differences with respect to in-custody indicators among ethnocultural, White, and Indigenous offenders. It is important to identify differences as they can inform CSC of areas for further examination and action to support a diverse offender population.
The criminal record of every offender admitted and re-admitted to federal custody is systematically documented at time of admission for prior youth (<18) and/or adult history. Indicators gathered include convictions, court dispositions and outcomes. These variables are an element of objective assessment procedures that serve as part of the overall decision-making for classifying criminal offenders globally.