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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 Justice Program
Onion Lake First Nation Tribal Justice Program
Ahtahkakoop First Nation Community Justice Program
Pasquia Hills Community Justice Diversion Program
(includes Carrot River, Arborfield and Zenon Park)
Battlefords/Lloydminster Adult Alternative Measures Program
Pinehouse Wellness Corporation
Battlefords Tribal Council Community Justice Program
Prince Albert Alternative Measures Program
Beardy's & Okemasis First Nation Justice Program
Prince Albert Grand Council Community Justice Program
Big River Community Justice Diversion Program
Qu'Appelle Valley Friendship Centre Alternative Measures Program
Buffalo Narrows Community Justice Diversion Program
Regina Alternative Measures Program
Creighton Alternative Measures Program
Saskatoon Community Mediation Services Diversion Program
Estevan Adult Alternative Measures Program
Saskatoon Tribal Council, Inc. Community Justice Program
File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council Community Justice Initiative
SMILE Services, Estevan
Indian-Metis Friendship Centre of Prince Albert
Southeast Treaty Four Tribal Council Justice Program
John Howard Society of Saskatchewan
Swift Current Community Justice Forum Adult Mediation-Diversion Program
Kikinahk Friendship Centre – La Ronge
The Governing Council of the Salvation Army – Swift Current
Kindersley Community Justice Committee Tisdale Community Justice Program
La Loche Community Justice Program
Thunderchild First Nation Community Justice Program
Meadow Lake District Community Justice Diversion Forum
Touchwood Agency Tribal Council Community Justice Initiative
Meadow Lake Tribal Council Administration of Cree and Dene Justice Initiative
Valley West Community Justice Committee Inc. (includes Martensville
and surrounding communities)
Melfort Community Justice Diversion Program
Weyburn Alternative Measures Program
Métis Family and Community Justice Initiative
Yorkton Tribal Council Community Justice Program and Alternative
Measures Program
Mistawasis Justice Program
 
Moose Jaw Diversion Program
 
Nipawin Alternative Measures Program
 
Northwest Professional Services – North Battleford
 

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