Policing, justice and emergencies

Learn how we are keeping Canadians safe, how our justice system works, how to prepare your family for an emergency and where to find services for victims of crime.

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Policing

Learn how we are keeping Canadians safe.

Justice

Access information about family law, Canada's youth justice system, criminal conviction reviews, and extradition and mutual legal assistance.

Emergencies

Canadians and communities are encouraged to learn about the specific risks and hazards in their regions and the actions they can take to help minimize risks, reduce the impact of a disaster and recover following an incident.

Corrections

Learn about the correctional system in Canada and how we assist with the rehabilitation and the safe reintegration of offenders, serving two years or more, into the community.

Parole, record suspension and clemency

Find information on parole, how to apply for a record suspension and the exercise of clemency (Royal Prerogative of Mercy) in Canada.

Victims of crime

Access victim services and resources, and information on corrections and parole concerning federal offenders.

Features

Video from Minister Goodale on what we heard from the National Security Consultation

Governments have no greater responsibilities than keeping their citizens safe and safeguarding their rights and freedoms.

Proposed Authorities And Capabilities For Communications Security Establishment (CSE)

Learn about proposed authorities and capabilities for CSE

Charter Statement – Bill C-59: An act respecting national security matter

How Bill C-59 proposes to engage the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Charter.

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