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Justice and Public Safety Council

British Columbia’s justice system is being transformed to better meet the needs of citizens. As part of this transformation, the Justice Reform and Transparency Act was passed in 2013. The act created the Justice and Public Safety Council and makes it responsible for setting the strategic direction of the provincial justice system, as well as for holding a regular Justice Summit to consult with major justice participants and stakeholders.

The Council

The Justice and Public Safety Council was established in April 2013, in accordance with the Justice Reform and Transparency Act. More...

Membership

Council members are appointed by the Minister of Justice and Attorney General. More...

Meeting Minutes

Minutes of the Justice and Public Safety Council meetings are posted to this website to provide public access to information about the Council’s activities. More ...

Justice Summit

Justice Summits are held at least once a year, by invitation of the Minister of Justice and Attorney General, to encourage innovation and facilitate collaboration across the sector. More...

Strategic Plan

The Justice and Public Safety Council is required annually, by law, to issue a three-year strategic plan for the justice and public safety sector.  This plan is based on consultation across the sector, including discussion among experts and key stakeholders at the Justice Summits. More...

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