Justice Resources

Organization and Resource Information

Battlefords Agency Tribal Chiefs (BATC)

Battlefords Agency Tribal Chiefs (BATC)

Community Development Corporation

Program Summary

Provides Funding for the following purposes:

  • Economic Development
  • Social Development
  • Community Infrastructure Development and Maintenance
  • Educational Development
  • Recreational Facilities Operation and Development
  • Senior and Youth Programs
  • Cultural Development
  • Justice Initiatives
  • Health Initiatives
  • Other Charitable Purposes

Eligible Recipients

BATC CDC invites applications from charitable and non profit organizations for Battlefords Agency Tribal Chiefs, Battlefords Tribal Council, as well as independent First Nations located within the BATC CDC catchments and in the immediate communities of North Battleford and Battleford.

Application Deadline

June 2, Sept 2, Dec 2 and March 2

Burrows Consulting – Lateral Violence Workshops and In-Service Customized Training

Burrows Consulting

Lateral Violence Workshops and In-Service Customized Training

Program Summary

Lateral Violence Workshops in a two day course cover lateral violence and it’s origins, who commits acts of lateral violence and why, where and when does it start, where and when does it stop and how do we prevent lateral violence in the workplace.

Also partner with Good Medicine Group to develop a Train the Trainer Program for Lateral Violence Prevention

CSKA – Community Safety Knowledge Alliance

Community Safety Knowledge Alliance (CSKA)

Community Safety Knowledge Alliance

Program Summary

The Community Safety Knowledge Alliance (CSKA) is a government-supported non-profit corporation that mobilizes, integrates and facilitates research and new knowledge development to:
Inform and improve professional practices across the community safety system;
Inform alignment within the sector; and
Improve safety and well-being outcomes.

CSKA is agile and responsive in supporting government community safety, health and well-being priorities. It brings together some of the brightest minds from academia, government, research and technology organizations, industry and community agencies to achieve its mission.

Contact Information

Cal Corley, Interim Chief Executive Officer
306.384.2741
ccorley@cskacanada.ca

Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation – Grant Funding

Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation

Grant Funding

Program Summary

The Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation:

  • Allocates grant funding in order to enhance independence and well being of residents of the communities we support;
  • Allocates these funds with fairness, accountability and transparency; and
  • Supports economic development, social development, justice initiatives, educational development, recreation facilities operation and development, senior and youth programs, cultural development, community infrastructure development and maintenance, health initiatives, and other charitable purposes.

Eligible Recipients

Must be part of the catchment area

Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) – Family Violence Prevention Program (FVPP)

Indigenous Services Canada (ISC)

Family Violence Prevention Program (FVPP)

Program Summary

Program which supports the day-to-day operations of 41 shelters, as well as funding for community-driven proposals for family violence prevention projects on and off reserve. The FVPP is a key component of the Government of Canada’s Action Plan to Address Family Violence and Violent Crimes Against Aboriginal Women and Girls.

Eligible Recipients

Eligible Applicants:

  • Chiefs & Councils of First Nation bands recognized by ISC (Shelter operations & prevention projects)
  • Tribal Councils (Shelter operations & prevention projects)
  • Provinces (Shelter operations)
  • Yukon Territory (Shelter operations)
  • First Nations authority, board, committee or other entity approved by Chief and Council (Shelter operations & prevention projects) • Incorporated shelters (Shelter operations & prevention projects)
  • First Nation Child and Family Services (FNCFS) Agencies or Societies (Shelter operations & prevention projects)
  • Indigenous communities and organizations (Prevention projects)

Application Deadline

Shelters receive annual operational funding on an ongoing basis in April of each year. The deadline to submit a proposal is April 19, 2018 at 11:59 pm Eastern Time.

Contact Information

For more information:

South First Nations: Contact Indigenous Services Canada Regional Operations (Regina) at (306) 780-5392
North and Central First Nations: Contact Indigenous Services Canada Regional Operations (Prince Albert) at (306) 953-8522

First Nations may also contact their Funding Services Officer directly for a program referral.

Visit the Family Violence Prevention Program Website

Justice Canada – Aboriginal Court Worker Program

Justice Canada

Aboriginal Court Worker Program

Program Summary

The purpose of the Aboriginal Court work Program is to help Aboriginal people in conflict with the criminal justice system obtain fair, equitable, culturally-sensitive treatment.

The objectives of the Aboriginal Court work Program are to:

  • Assist Aboriginal people to understand their right to speak on their own behalf or to request legal counsel; and, to better understand the nature of the charges against them and the philosophy and functioning of the criminal justice system;
  • Assist those involved in the administration of the criminal justice system become aware and appreciate the values, customs, languages and socio-economic conditions of Aboriginal people; and
  • Respond to problems and special needs caused by communication barriers between Aboriginal people and those who are involved in the administration of the criminal justice system.

Eligible Recipients

Provincial and Territorial governments are eligible to receive federal financial support for Aboriginal Court work Program services.

All Aboriginal people in conflict with the law in Canada are eligible to receive Court work services regardless of their status, age or residency.
 

Contact Information

306.787.9307

Aboriginal Court Work Program
Programs Branch, Department of Justice Canada
284 Wellington Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H8

Or electronically to: pb-dgp@justice.gc.ca
Or by phone at: 613.941.4193

Justice Canada – Aboriginal Justice Strategy – The Capacity-Building Fund

Aboriginal Justice Strategy - The Capacity-Building Fund

Program Summary

SKFN-Justice-Canada-Capacity-Building

Visit Website

Objectives of the AJS:

  • To contribute to a decrease in the rates of victimization, crime and incarceration among Aboriginal people in communities with AJS programs
  • To assist Aboriginal people in assuming greater responsibility for the administration of justice in their communities
  • To provide better and more timely information about community-based justice programs funded by the AJS
  • To reflect and include Aboriginal values within the justice system.

Eligible Recipients

  • First Nations, bands, Tribal Councils, local, regional and national Aboriginal organizations;
  • regional/municipal governments including their agencies and institutions;
  • non-profit community organizations, societies, and associations which have voluntarily associated themselves for a non-profit purpose; and,
  • provincial and territorial governments (in the case of flow-through agreements).

Justice Canada – Aboriginal Justice Strategy – The Community-Based Justice Fund

Aboriginal Justice Strategy - The Community-Based Justice Fund

Program Summary

Objectives of the AJS:

  • To contribute to a decrease in the rates of victimization, crime and incarceration among Aboriginal people in communities with AJS programs
  • To assist Aboriginal people in assuming greater responsibility for the administration of justice in their communities
  • To provide better and more timely information about community-based justice programs funded by the AJS
  • To reflect and include Aboriginal values within the justice system.

Eligible Recipients

  • First Nations, bands, Tribal Councils, local, regional and national Aboriginal organizations;
  • regional/municipal governments including their agencies and institutions;
  • non-profit community organizations, societies, and associations which have voluntarily associated themselves for a non-profit purpose; and,
  • provincial and territorial governments (in the case of flow-through agreements).

Application Deadline

There is no call for proposal process for this program stream. If you are interested in discussing a funding proposal, we encourage you to contact a Regional Coordinator in your jurisdiction.
 

Contact Information

123-2nd Avenue South, 10th Floor
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 7E6
306.529.0516
F: 306.975.5116

Justice Canada – Assistance for Victims and Survivors of Crime with Disabilities

Assistance for Victims and Survivors of Crime with Disabilities

Program Summary

The purpose of this call for proposals is to help address gaps where there is limited support and services, awareness raising, or research to benefit victims and survivors of crime with disability. Funding will be available to increase capacity where services already exist to support this vulnerable group; however, preference will be given to projects that help to address gaps.
 

Eligible Recipients

  • not-for-profit non-governmental organizations, including shelters, sexual assault centres, and other victim service organizations;
  • community organizations who work with persons with disabilities;
  • educational institutions;
  • a municipal or regional government or agency; and
  • bands and tribal councils and self-governing First Nations who are working to provide services and assistance to victims of crime in Indigenous communities.

Contact Information

Victims Fund Manager
Telephone: General Victims Fund: 613.941.4193
pb-dgp@justice.gc.ca
Programs Branch
Department of Justice Canada
284 Wellington Street, 6th Floor
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0H8

Justice Canada – Justice Partnership and Innovation Program – Violence Against Aboriginal Women and Girls

Justice Partnership and Innovation Program - Violence Against Aboriginal Women and Girls

Program Summary

The objective of the Justice Partnership and Innovation Program – Violence Against Aboriginal Women and Girls is to reduce vulnerability of young Aboriginal women and girls to violence through the development of models and programs to empower Aboriginal women, and the development of resources and tools to provide Aboriginal women and girls with alternatives to risky behaviour.
The Justice Partnership and Innovation Program – Violence Against Aboriginal Women and Girls will provide project based support to:

  • Innovative community-based and school-based initiatives that reduce vulnerabilities to violence; and,
  • Awareness activities aimed at breaking intergenerational cycles of violence and abuse affecting Aboriginal women and girls.

Eligible Recipients

  • National, provincial, municipal, regional, Aboriginal, community or professional non-for-profit organizations;
  • Provincial, territorial, regional and municipal governments;
  • Canadian educational institutions;
  • Bands, tribal councils, self-governing First Nations and Inuit.

Contact Information

pb-dgp@justice.gc.ca

Justice Canada – Legal Studies for Aboriginal People Program (LSAP)

Legal Studies for Aboriginal People Program (LSAP)

Program Summary

The LSAP Program promotes the equitable representation of Aboriginal people in the legal profession by providing bursaries to Métis and non-status Indians who wish to attend law school.
 

Eligible Recipients

Métis and Non-Status Indians enrolled in a pre-law or law program recognized and delivered by a Canadian university.
 

Contact Information

Applicants must submit their applications directly to Indspire which manages and delivers the LSAP Program
Indspire
P.O. Box 759
50 Generations Drive
Six Nations of the Grand River
Ohsweken, Ontario N0A 1M0
education@indspire.ca
http://www.indspire.ca

Justice Canada – Measures to Enhance Criminal Justice System Responses to Adult Sexual Assault in Canada

Measures to Enhance Criminal Justice System Responses to Adult Sexual Assault in Canada

Program Summary

The objective of this Call for Proposals is to fund projects that help to enhance the criminal justice system response to adult complainants of sexual assault, improve their access to justice and increase their confidence in the justice system.

To support this objective, the Government of Canada has allocated resources in the Victims Fund specifically for projects that seek to identify and address any of the following:

  • Projects, training or services designed to enhance access to justice for complainants (survivors and victims) in sexual assault matters, particularly in relation to reporting, testifying and providing victim impact statements;
  • Projects or services available for adult survivors of sexual assault to fill identified gaps at various stages throughout the criminal justice process;
  • Pilot support services tailored to the specific needs of populations especially at risk for adult sexual assault, including Indigenous women (on-reserve, off-reserve and urban Indigenous populations), women with disabilities, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, questioning, queer, intersex and two-spirited (LGBTQQI2S) and gender non-conforming communities, as well as adult victims human trafficking for the purposes of sexual exploitation; and
  • Develop and deliver training for criminal justice professionals (such as police, Crowns or victim service providers) and other first responders (such as paramedics) on sexual assault law and the unique considerations that should be taken into account when working with adult survivors of sexual violence, especially when they are a member of a particularly vulnerable population.

Eligible Recipients

For the purpose of this call for proposals, the following organizations are eligible:

  • Not-for-profit non-governmental organizations;
  • Professional organizations, such as the Canadian Bar Association or the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police;
  • Municipal and regional governments and agencies; and
  • Bands, Tribal Councils and self-governing First Nations who are working to provide services and assistance to victims of crime in Indigenous communities.

Contact Information

Victims Fund Manager
General Victims Fund: 613.941.4193
pb-dgp@justice.gc.ca
Programs Branch
Department of Justice Canada
284 Wellington Street, 6th Floor
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0H8

Justice Canada – Victims Fund – Attending Parole Board Hearings

Victims Fund - Attending Parole Board Hearings

Program Summary

One of the important entitlements of victims of crime in Canada is the opportunity to attend hearings conducted by the Parole Board of Canada. Victims may attend hearings as observers or to present a victim impact statement. However, attending Parole Board of Canada hearings often involves travel and accommodation away from home.

The Victims Fund offers financial assistance to registered victims who wish to attend hearings for the offender who harmed them in order to help victims participate more fully in the criminal justice system. Financial assistance is also available for a support person to accompany registered victims to Parole Board hearings or to provide child or dependent care to enable victims to attend hearings.
 

Eligible Recipients

Victims who wish to attend a Parole Board of Canada hearing may receive travel funding assistance if they have:

  • registered with the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) or the Parole Board of Canada (PBC) pursuant to the Corrections and Conditional Release Act;
  • applied to the PBC to attend a hearing of the offender who harmed them, either to observe or to present a victim impact statement;
  • been approved by the PBC to attend the hearing; and,
  • attended the hearing.

Contact Information

Victims Fund Manager, Programs Branch
Department of Justice
284 Wellington Street, 6th Floor
Ottawa, ON K1A 0H8
Fax: 613-954-4893

victimsfundmanager@justice.gc.ca OR parolef@justice.gc.ca

Justice Canada – Victims Fund – Child Advocacy Centres Initiative

Victims Fund - Child Advocacy Centres Initiative

Program Summary

The Victims Fund provides grants and contributions to support projects and activities that encourage the development of new approaches, promote access to justice, improve the capacity of service providers, foster the establishment of referral networks, and/or increase awareness of services available to victims of crime and their families. The Fund does not provide criminal injuries compensation for victims of crime.

They provide a coordinated approach to addressing the needs of child and youth victims and/or witnesses in the criminal justice system. CACs seek to minimize system-induced trauma by providing a single, child-friendly setting for young victims or witnesses and their families to seek services.
 

Eligible Recipients

Funding is available for non-governmental organizations who wish to create or enhance a child advocacy centre. This funding cannot be provided to individuals.
There are three main priorities for this funding:

  • To support the creation of new child advocacy centres;
  • To support new child advocacy centres that are under development or in the early phases of development; and,
  • To support enhancements to existing child advocacy centres or similar models of service.

Proposals from jurisdictions that do not currently have an existing child advocacy centre or one in development will be given priority.
 

Application Deadline

Not currently accepting application as of 2017-08-11
 

Contact Information

pb-dgp@justice.gc.ca

Justice Canada – Victims Fund – Financial Assistance for Canadians Victimized Abroad

Victims Fund - Financial Assistance for Canadians Victimized Abroad

Program Summary

Canadians who have been the victim of a serious violent crime in a foreign country may be eligible for financial assistance through the Victims Fund.
 

Eligible Recipients

Any Canadian may apply to the Victims Fund for financial assistance if he or she is:

  • the victim of a serious violent crime in a foreign jurisdiction;
  • a family member of a Canadian victim who is dead, ill or incapacitated due to their victimization in a foreign jurisdiction; or
  • in the case of a child, a parent or the person responsible for the care and support of the child.

Financial assistance may be available in the case of the following serious violent crimes committed in a foreign jurisdiction:

  • Homicide
  • Sexual assault
  • Aggravated assault
  • Assault with serious personal violence, including against a child.

Contact Information

The application form may also be obtained by contacting the Victims Fund Manager:
1.888.606.5111
Victims-Abroad-Fund-Manager@justice.gc.ca
613.954.4893

By writing at:
Victims Fund Manager, Department of Justice
Programs Branch
284 Wellington Street, 6th Floor
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H8

Justice Canada – Victims Fund – Project Funding

Victims Fund - Project Funding

Program Summary

The Victims Fund provides grants and contributions to support projects and activities that encourage the development of new approaches, promote access to justice, improve the capacity of service providers, foster the establishment of referral networks, and/or increase awareness of services available to victims of crime and their families.
 

Eligible Recipients

  • not-for-profit agencies and organizations;
  • national, provincial, territorial, municipal, Aboriginal, community or professional organizations, societies or associations;
  • educational institutions;
  • bands and tribal councils and self-governing First Nations who are working to provide services and assistance to victims of crime in Aboriginal communities;
  • non-governmental organizations;
  • private-sector organizations sponsoring non-profit projects;

Application Deadline

No deadline. Proposals are approved, in part, based on the availability of funding.

Contact Information

pb-dgp@justice.gc.ca

Justice Canada – Victim Services and Assistance for Families of Missing or Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

Victim Services and Assistance for Families of Missing or Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

Program Summary

The purpose of this investment is to support culturally-responsive, trauma-informed community-based services for families of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls
Projects funded will address gaps where there are limited supports and services for families. Funding will also be available to increase capacity where services are already being provided by Indigenous organizations.
 

Eligible Recipients

Eligible applicants include Indigenous community organizations, non-governmental organizations, and provincial and territorial victim services.

First Nations are not eligible but could potentially partner with a Indigenous Community Organization
 

Application Deadline

This new funding is available from September 1, 2016 to March 31, 2020. There is no deadline for this call for proposals. Applications for funding will be accepted and assessed as they are received, until all funding has been allocated.
 

Contact Information

Victims Fund Manager, Programs Branch
Department of Justice Canada
284 Wellington Street, 6th Floor
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H8
613.941.4193
F: 613.954.4893
pb-dgp@justice.gc.ca

Justice Canada – Victims and Survivors of Crime in Restorative Justice Processes

Victims and Survivors of Crime in Restorative Justice Processes

Program Summary

Seeking to further strengthen capacity to meet the needs of victims and survivors participating in restorative justice processes and to promote local or regional partnerships, the Justice Canada Victims Fund is inviting partners to submit funding proposals that will undertake any of the following objectives:

  • develop or enhance partnerships between restorative justice agencies and victim-serving organizations through joint training, information sharing or awareness raising events, or other means;
  • develop tools and resources and/or deliver training for restorative justice practitioners that increases their capacity to work with victims and other stakeholders involved in restorative justice processes from a trauma-informed approach;
  • identify and share promising practices in providing victim-centered or victim-focused restorative justice;
  • evaluate the impact of restorative justice processes on victims; and
  • undertake research on victim-centered or victim-focused restorative justice models.

Eligible Recipients

For the purpose of this call for proposals, the following organizations are eligible:

  • Restorative justice agencies and associations;
  • Not-for profit victim-serving organizations;
  • Bands, Tribal Councils, First Nations and community-based Indigenous organizations that provide/support restorative justice services to the community/members; and
  • Provincial, territorial, municipal and regional governments and agencies.

Contact Information

Victims Fund Manager
General Victims Fund: 613.941.4193
pb-dgp@justice.gc.ca
Programs Branch, Department of Justice Canada
284 Wellington Street, 6th Floor
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0H8

Justice Canada – Violence Against Aboriginal Women and Girls

Violence Against Aboriginal Women and Girls

Program Summary

The objective of the Justice Partnership and Innovation Program – Violence Against Aboriginal Women and Girls is to reduce vulnerability of young Aboriginal women and girls to violence through the development of models and programs to empower Aboriginal women, and the development of resources and tools to provide Aboriginal women and girls with alternatives to risky behaviour.
 

Eligible Recipients

  • National, provincial, municipal, regional, Aboriginal, community or professional non-for-profit organizations;
  • Provincial, territorial, regional and municipal governments;
  • Canadian educational institutions;
  • Bands, tribal councils, self-governing First Nations and Inuit.

Application Deadline

No Deadline indicated – email contact to see if application acceptance is on-going
 

Contact Information

Department of Justice Canada, Programs Branch
284 Wellington Street, 6th Floor
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0H8
613.941.4193
F: 613.941.2269
pb-dgp@justice.gc.ca

Justice Canada – Youth Justice Fund

Youth Justice Fund

Program Summary

The Youth Justice Fund provides grants and contributions to projects that encourage a more effective youth justice system, respond to emerging youth justice issues and enable greater citizen and community participation in the youth justice system. The Youth Justice Fund has three components: the Main Fund, Drug Treatment, and Guns, Gangs and Drugs.

Projects must target youth who are between the ages of 12 and 17 and currently in conflict with the law, or justice professionals and/or service providers who work with these youth.
 

Eligible Recipients

  • Non-profit community organizations, societies, and associations which have voluntarily associated themselves for a non-profit purpose;
  • Canadian institutions/boards of education;
  • Bands, First Nations, Tribal Councils, local, regional and national Aboriginal organizations;
  • Provincial, territorial and municipal governments and their agencies and institutions;
  • Private sector organizations as long as such organizations will not make a profit on the work performed;
  • For-profit enterprises, research/evaluation organizations and individuals are eligible for funding to conduct research and evaluation activities; and,
  • Individuals.

Contact Information

Department of Justice Canada,Programs Branch
Youth Justice Fund
284 Wellington Street, 6th Floor
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H8
613.954.9424
F: 613.941.5446
Sylvie.Martel@justice.gc.ca

Kwey-Kway Consulting – Lateral Violence Education and Training

Kwey-Kway Consulting

Lateral Violence Education and Training

Program Summary

Kwey-Kway Consulting offers multiple workshops on Lateral Violence education and training: It Takes a Village…Working Together Towards Healing and Lateral Violence to Kindness Strengthening Community Through Reflection and Connection.
 

Contact Information

Denise Findlay
778.772.0368

Ministry of Justice (Province of Saskatchewan) – Community Safety Officer Program

Ministry of Justice (Province of Saskatchewan)

Community Safety Officer Program

Program Summary

A Community Safety Officer is a municipal employee tasked with carrying out high priority, low risk enforcement of bylaws and select provincial statutes. The ability to carry out provincial statutes is received through a special constable appointment from the Ministry of Justice. Each appointment can be tailored to a community’s needs, but they typically include enforcement of The Traffic Safety Act.
 

Contact Information

Cory Lerat
Executive Director of Police Quality and Innovation
Ministry of Justice
306.798.0006

Public Safety Canada – Aboriginal Community Safety Development Contribution Program

Public Safety Canada

Aboriginal Community Safety Development Contribution Program

Program Summary

This program provides contributions to Aboriginal organizations (on and off-reserve) and Aboriginal governments to develop tailored approaches to community safety that are responsive to the concerns, priorities and unique circumstances of Aboriginal communities. Becoming more responsive requires engaging Aboriginal communities in identifying issues and developing solutions; building the capacity of Aboriginal communities to develop and deliver projects; addressing funding issues; and ensuring that relevant programs are adaptable to the diverse needs of Aboriginal communities. Focus is the safety needs of Aboriginal women and girls.
This will be accomplished by supporting three broad activities:

  • developing community capacity, both through training and information/knowledge dissemination; (knowledge building, knowledge sharing, direct training);
  • supporting communities to develop community safety plans; and/or
  • supporting community-based pilot projects designed to explore and implement holistic, Aboriginal healing models responding to the safety needs of Aboriginal women and girls. (implementation readiness and implementation)

Eligible Recipients

  • Aboriginal not-for-profit organizations (on and off-reserve, First Nation, non-status Indian, Métis, Inuit and urban);
  • Aboriginal governments;
  • Aboriginal communities; and
  • Canadian universities and colleges.

Contact Information

Marshall Ballard, Program Development Officer
Aboriginal Community Safety Team
Crime Prevention and Aboriginal Community Safety Division Public Safety Canada
marshall.ballard@canada.ca
613.991.2839

Public Safety Canada – Communities at Risk: Security Infrastructure Program (SIP)

Communities at Risk: Security Infrastructure Program (SIP)

Program Summary

Funding is available to not-for-profit organizations linked to a community at risk of being victimized by hate-motivated crime. The funds help with the costs of security infrastructure improvements for places of worship, provincially and territorially recognized educational institutions, and community centres.

Crown Corporations, public institutions, for-profit organizations and individuals are not eligible for funding.
 

Eligible Recipients

Not for profit organizations linked to a community at risk of being victimized by hate motivated crime. The funds help with the costs of security infrastructure improvements for places of worship, provincially and territorially recognized educational institutions and community centres.
 

Application Deadline

Call for proposals runs December 1 to January 31st and June 1st to July 31

Public Safety Canada – Crime Prevention Projects

Crime Prevention Projects

Program Summary

These summaries provide information on crime prevention projects funded by Public Safety Canada. Contact information for more information on these projects is available at the end of each summary.
 

Eligible Recipients

  • not-for-profit non-governmental organizations, including shelters, sexual assault centres, and other victim service organizations;
  • community organizations who work with persons with disabilities;
  • educational institutions;
  • a municipal or regional government or agency; and
  • bands and tribal councils and self-governing First Nations who are working to provide services and assistance to victims of crime in Indigenous communities.

Contact Information

Victims Fund Manager
Telephone: General Victims Fund: 613.941.4193
pb-dgp@justice.gc.ca
Programs Branch
Department of Justice Canada
284 Wellington Street, 6th Floor
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0H8

Public Safety Canada – Crime Prevention Tools and Resources

Crime Prevention Tools and Resources

Program Summary

This is a resource on how to develop crime prevention programs in communities. The NCPC produces knowledge on how to select, implement, evaluate and promote the sustainability of effective crime prevention programs. The main steps are outlined in the link and include resources, tools, examples, etc.
 

Contact Information

Angela Vallely
Program Development Officer, Aboriginal Community Safety Unit
Crime Prevention and Aboriginal Community Safety Division
Public Safety Canada, Ottawa ON K1A 0P8
613.948.0362
angela.vallely@canada.ca

Public Safety Canada – National Disaster Mitigation Program

National Disaster Mitigation Program (NDMP)

Program Summary

The NDMP was established in April 2015 to reduce the impacts of natural disasters on Canadians by:

  • Focusing investments on significant, recurring flood risk and costs; and
  • Advancing work to facilitate private residential insurance for overland flooding.

Eligible Recipients

Provincial and territorial governments are the eligible recipients for funding under the NDMP. However, provincial and territorial authorities may collaborate with, and redistribute funding to eligible entities, such as municipal or other local governments, public sector bodies, private sector bodies, band councils, international non-government organizations or any combination of these entities.
 

Contact Information

National contact: ps.ndmp-pnac.sp@canada.ca
Prov contact: Ministry of Government Relations
muninfo@gov.sk.ca

Public Safety Canada – Northern and Aboriginal Crime Prevention Fund

Northern and Aboriginal Crime Prevention Fund (NACPF)

Program Summary

The Northern and Aboriginal Crime Prevention Fund (NACPF) assists communities experiencing multiple risk factors and other challenges that affect their ability to respond to crime issues, such as remote geographical location and limited capacity.
Objectives:

  • the adaptation, development and implementation of innovative and promising culturally sensitive crime prevention practices which address known risk and protective factors to reduce offending among at-risk children and youth, and high risk offenders in communities;
  • the dissemination of knowledge and the development of tools and resources for Aboriginal and northern populations;
  • capacity building as a means to explore ways to develop or implement culturally sensitive crime prevention practices among Aboriginal and northern populations.

Eligible Recipients

Funding for on and off reserve