We thought it would be helpful for readers looking for programs, initiatives and cases relevant to their field of work or interest to provide the following general indices according to subject.

Entries Related to the Mentally Handicapped Offender

  • The Court Outreach Project - Ottawa, Ontario
  • Opportunities for Independence - The Developmentally Disabled , Winnipeg
  • El' dad Ranch - Steinbach, Manitoba

Entries Related to Drinking or to Drinking and Driving

  • The Windsor Case of Kevin Hollinsky (Community Service Order)
  • Curative Discharge Program - Yukon Territory
  • Sober Streets - Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario
  • Repeat Impaired Driving Project - Prince Edward Island
  • Adolescent Addictions Program - Prince Edward Island

Entries Related to Sexual Offences

  • Circles of Support and Accountability for a Released
  • Sex Offender - One Community's Story
  • A Community Alternative for Sexual Assault and Related
  • Offences - Canim Lake, B.C.
  • Residential Program for Adolescent Sexual Offenders - Ottawa, Ontario
  • Sexual Assault - One Congregation's Story of Healing
  • Keeping Kids Safe - Children and Sexual Abuse, Yukon Territory

Entries Related to Native People

(only those entries with a strong native focus are included here; many other entries would also impact on native populations)

  • Kwanlin Dun Community Justice - Circle Sentencing, Yukon
  • Community Holistic Circle Healing Program - Hollow Water, Manitoba
  • Atoskata - Victim Compensation Project for Youth, Regina
  • Circle Sentencing
  • Urban Circles - Armed Robbery in Saskatoon
  • Serving on Sentencing Circle Attitude - Changing Experience
  • Manslaughter Case in Fort St. John, British Columbia
  • Kwêskohtê - Family Group Conferences, Regina
  • Teslin Tribal Justice Project - Sentencing Panel, Yukon
  • Wabasca Justice Committee - Alberta
  • Slave Lake Sentencing Panel - Alberta
  • Elders' Justice Committee - Fort Resolution, Northwest Territory
  • Community Council Diversion Project - Aboriginal Legal Services, (Toronto)
  • Micmac Diversion Council of Lennox Island - Prince Edward Island
  • Aboriginal Elder-Assisted Parole Board Hearings - Prairie Region
  • Post-Release Offender Project - Aboriginal Legal Services, Toronto

Entries Related to Youth

  • Pro-Services, Québec City, Québec
  • Atoskata - Victim Compensation Project for Youth, Regina
  • Family Group Conferences - New Zealand
  • Family Group Conferences - Wagga Wagga, Australia
  • Family Group Conferences - Aboriginal Youth, Regina, Saskatchewan
  • Family Group Conferences - United States
  • Youth Justice Committees
  • Legal Aid Youth Project
  • Alternative to Custody Program - Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario
  • Intensive Intervention Program - St. John's, Newfoundland
  • Second Chance, Lloydminster, Alberta (Restitution)
  • Eastwood Outreach Program - Edmonton, Alberta
  • Rideau Street Youth Enterprises - Ottawa, Ontario
  • Adolescent Addictions Program - Prince Edward Island
  • Multi-Agency Prevention Program (MAPP) - Brandon, Manitoba
  • Assessment, Intervention, Monitoring Program (A.I.M.) - Brandon, Manitoba
  • Family Preservation Model - La Ronge, Saskatchewan
  • Community Support Services, St. Lawrence Youth Association - Kingston, Ontario
  • The Simpsonville South Carolina Family Preservation Project
  • The Family Ties Program - New York City
  • Community Homes Program - Saskatchewan
  • Residential Program for Adolescent Sexual Offenders - Ottawa, Ontario
  • Maple Star Foster Care - Colorado
  • Youth Futures Residential and Day Attendance Program - Lower Fraser Valley, British Columbia
  • Alternative Measures Programs
  • Judicial Interim Release for Youth
  • Ma Ma Wi Wi Chi Itata Centre - Winnipeg, Manitoba
  • Stop and Think Program - Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • Youth Mediation Diversion Program - Shaunavon, Saskatchewan

Entries Related Exclusively to Women

(only those entries whose work is exclusively with women are listed here; almost all compendium entries apply to women, with the few exceptions that have a male population only)

  • Expansion-Femmes de Québec - Quebec City.
  • Maison Thérèse Casgrain - Montréal
  • Coverdale Courtwork Services - Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • E.V.E.. (Entraide vol à l'étalage - Stop Shoflifters) - Montreal, Québec
  • Dos Pasos Project for Pregnant and Addicted Women - Tuscon, Arizona
  • Project Another Chance - Kingston, Ontario


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Community Holistic Circle Healing Position on Incarceration, Hollow Water, Manitoba, 1993.

Council of Europe, Alternative Measures to Imprisonment, Committee For Co-operation in Prison Affairs, European Committee on Crime Problems, Strasbourg, 1991.

Cronin, Roberta C. (1994), Boot Camps for Adult and Juvenile Offenders, Overview and Update, Washington, D.C.

National Institute of Justice. Cited in brief of the Canadian Criminal Justice Association (1996).

Doob, Anthony N., Criminal Justice Reform in a Hostile Climate, Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto. Prepared for the Canadian Institute For the Administration of Justice conference on "Public Perceptions of the Administration of Justice", Banff, Alberta, 1995.

Ekland-Olson, S., Kelly, W.R., Eisenberg, M., Crime and Incarceration - Some Comparative Findings from the 1980's, Crime and Delinquency, Vol. 38, No. 3, July 1992, 392-416.

Galaway, Burt, Alberta Public Views About Restorative Justice, University of Manitoba, 1994; Manitoba Public Views About Restorative Justice, University of Manitoba, 1994.

Government of Canada, 1995, Rethinking Corrections, A Discussion Paper Prepared by the Corrections Review Group, obtained through the Access to Information Act.

Hudson, Joe, An Interview with Jerome Miller, Community Alternatives, International Journal of Family Care, Vol. 5, No. 1, Spring 1993.

Immarigeon, Russ, Correctional Options, What Works?, American Correctional Association.

Latulippe, Lucy, La Surveillance électronique, Document de travail élaboré dans le cadre d'une prise de position, Association des services de réhabilitation sociale du Québec Inc., 1994.

Lilles, Judge Heino, Territorial Court of the Yukon, (on sabbatical), The Young Offenders Act; Some International Perspectives for Reform, 1995.

MacKenzie, Doris Layton, (1995), "Boot Camps - A National Assessment". Intermediate Sanctions in Overcrowded Times, Toury, Michael & Hamilton, Kate (ed's), Northeastern University Press; Boston 149-160. Cited in Brief of The Canadian Criminal Justice Association (1996).

MacLeod, Linda, Mobilizing Political Will and Community Responsibility to Prevent Youth Crime. A Summary Report of 30 Consultation Meetings to Explore Effective Community Responses to Youth Crime, Organized by the Youth Justice Committee of the National Crime Prevention Council.

Mathieson, Thomas, Driving Forces Behind Prison Growth: The Mass Media. Panel Statement at the International Conference on Prison Growth, Oslo, 1995.

Mathiesen, Thomas, Prison on Trial, London, 1990.

Mauer, Marc, The International Use of Incarceration. The Prison Journal, vol. 75, no. 1, March 1995

Parent, Dale G. (1995), "Boot Camps Failing to Achieve Goals". Intermediate Sanctions in Overcrowded Times, Toury, Michael & Hamilton, Kate (ed's), Northeastern University Press; Boston 149-160. Cited in Brief of The Canadian Criminal Justice Association (1996).

Peters, Tony and Aertsen, Ivo, Restorative Justice: In Search of New Avenues in judicial dealing with crime. The presentation of a project of mediation for reparation, K.U. Leuven, Belguim, 1995.

Roberts, Julian V, The Effects of Imprisonment, A Summary of the Literature, Report for the National Crime Prevention Council, 1995.

Schmidt, Annesly, "Electronic Monitors - Realistically, What Can Be Expected", Federal Probation, No. 55:2, June 1991.

Song, Lin with Lieb, Roxanne, Recidivism, The Effect of Incarceration and Length of Time Served, Washington State Institute For Public Policy, September, 1993.

Törnudd, Patrik, Fifteen Years of Decreasing Prison Rates in Finland, National Research Institute of Legal Policy, Research, Communications, Helsinki, 1993.

Van Dine, S., Conrad, John P., Dinitz, S., Restraining the Wicked - The Incapacitation of the Dangerous Criminal, Lexington, MA,Heath, 1979.

Waller, Irvin, Victims, Safer Communities and Sentencing, Canadian Journal of Criminology, Vol. 32, No. 3, July, 1990.

Zehr, Howard, Changing Lenses, Scottdale, Pennsylvania, Herald Press, 1990.

Zehr, Howard, Justice Paradigm Shift? Values and Visions in the Reform Process, Mediation Quarterly, Jossey-Bass Publishers, Spring 1995.

The Church Council on Justice and Corrections is a national church coalition of eleven member denominations working since 1974 in the field of criminal justice, crime prevention and community development.

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Published by The Church Council on Justice and Corrections, July 1996.

© 1996 The Church Council on Justice and Corrections

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Satisfying justice: safe community options that attempt to repair harm from crime and reduce the use or length of imprisonment

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