Citizen Advisory Committees
Citizen Advisory Committees (CACs) contribute positively to the correctional process by interacting with staff of the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC), the public and offenders, and providing impartial advice and recommendations to CSC.
Citizen Advisory Committees and Volunteers are vital to the proper functioning of the Correctional Service of Canada.
Close to 600 citizens participate in 106 Citizen Advisory Committees across Canada. Members represent various social, cultural, and demographic backgrounds and occupations, and usually live close to the facility that the committee serves. Members are volunteers who are appointed for a period of two years, by the director, warden or parole representative of the CSC.
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