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Saturday, July 26, 2014
Saskatchewan Justice
Minister Gordon Wyant

Saskatchewan a safe, secure place to live and raise a family

The Corrections and Policing Division, under the Ministry of Justice, delivers many services and programs to fulfill its mandate to promote safe Saskatchewan communities.

Policing and Community Safety Division is responsible for administrating the Provincial Police Service Agreement (PPSA), the grant funding to enhance municipal police capacity, the Aboriginal Policing program, the Private Investigators and Security Guards (PISG) program, the Public Disclosure program, the Vehicle Impoundment against Sexual Exploitation (VISE) program, the Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods (SCAN) program, the provincial Witness Protection program, the Seizure of Criminal Property (Civil Forfeiture) program and the Building Partnerships to Reduce Crime strategy.

Custody, Supervision and Rehabilitation Services (CSRS) is responsible for the provision of correctional and rehabilitative services to the following groups of offenders:

- All Young Offenders receiving a community-based or custodial sentence as determined by the Saskatchewan Youth Justice Court;

- Remanded Offenders (including adults and youth); and

- Adult Offenders receiving community-based sentences, intermittent sentences or custodial sentences of less than two years.

Any person who wishes to visit an individual admitted to a provincial adult correctional facility after June 28th, 2013 must complete an A dult Correctional Facility Visiting Program Application.



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