Spotlight on Gladue : challenges, experiences, and possibilities in Canada’s criminal justice system / Research and Statistics Division, Department of Justice, Canada.: J4-46/2017E-PDF
"In view of the implications of the Gladue and Ipeelee decisions for Canada’s criminal justice system, this paper was designed to meet the following objectives: to provide a brief statistical overview on the overrepresentation of Indigenous persons in the Canadian correctional system, a summary of the legislative reforms that led to s. 718.2(e), and an overview of the court’s interpretation in Gladue and Ipeelee; to analyze the key issues in the literature regarding the application of s. 718.2(e), and the Gladue and Ipeelee decisions in sentencing Indigenous individuals; to describe the justice system initiatives and programs that have been put in place to support the application of s. 718.2(e) in Canadian provinces and territories; and to summarize the studies on the experiences of members of the court system and Indigenous accused who have participated in Indigenous justice system initiatives”--Objectives, p. 5-6.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Department of Justice. Research and Statistics Division.|
|Title||Spotlight on Gladue : challenges, experiences, and possibilities in Canada’s criminal justice system / Research and Statistics Division, Department of Justice, Canada.|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Issued also in French under title: La lumière sur l’arrêt Gladue : défis, expériences et possibilités dans le système de justice pénale canadien. |
Includes bibliographical references.
|Publishing information||[Ottawa] : Department of Justice Canada, 2017.|
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|Subject terms|| Aboriginal peoples |
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