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Alternative Measures and Extrajudicial Sanctions

Both adult and youth programs in Saskatchewan are delivered by community-based non-profit agencies, First Nations, Tribal Councils, and fee-for-service mediators.

Extrajudicial sanctions programs have been operating in Canada since 1983 and in Saskatchewan since 1985. The development of alternative measures/extrajudicial sanctions was influenced by the:
  • Restorative justice movement;
  • Desire of Aboriginal people for a justice system that is responsive to their unique needs; and
  • Realization that communities can sometimes deliver a more effective form of justice than the criminal justice system.

Alternative measures/extrajudicial sanctions programs supported by the Ministry of Justice include:

  • Agency Chiefs Tribal Council Community Justice Program
  • Ahtahkakoop First Nation Community Justice Program
  • Battlefords Alternative Measures Program
  • Battlefords Tribal Council Community Justice Program
  • Beardy's & Okemasis First Nation Community Justice Program
  • File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council Community Justice Program
  • John Howard Society of Saskatchewan, Moose Jaw
  • La Loche Community Justice Program
  • Meadow Lake Tribal Council Community Justice Program
  • Melfort Community Justice Committee
  • Nipawin Community Justice Committee
  • Northwest Professional Services Corp (Battlefords Tribal Council) – North Battleford
  • Pasquia Hills Community Justice Committee 
  • Onion Lake First Nation Community Justice Program
  • Prince Albert Grand Council Urban and Rural Community Justice Programs
  • Regina Alternative Measures Program
  • Saskatoon Community Mediation Services Alternative Measures Program
  • Saskatoon Tribal Council Urban and Rural Community Justice Programs
  • SMILE Services, Estevan
  • The Governing Council of the Salvation Army – Swift Current
  • Tisdale Community Justice Committee
  • Touchwood Agency Tribal Council Community Justice Program
  • Yorkton Tribal Council Community Justice Program


Valley West Community Justice Committee Inc. (includes Martensville 
and surrounding communities)

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