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Evaluation report : Rapport d'évaluation : Agents de développement auprès de la collectivité autochtone

2009

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Originally, the focus of ACDOs was to be on the development of both Section 81 agreements and Section 84 release planning, as defined in the CCRA.5 However, the ACDO role has been refined to focus specifically on increasing the use of Section 84, through increased awareness and involvement of the Aboriginal community. [...] Once the plan has been reviewed by the offender, the Aboriginal Liaison Officer, and the Institutional Parole Officer, and signed off by the committee, the Community Parole Officer consults with the ACDO to assess the feasibility of the plan and the possibility of release into the Aboriginal community. [...] Finally, the ACDO attends the NPB hearing to speak on the developed release plan for the offender and the decision is made regarding the implementation of Section 84.6 1.5. [...] Planned Results The two major planned results of the ACDO initiative are as follows: i. Through consistent application of the principles of Section 84 of the CCRA, ACDOs will play an active role in assisting Aboriginal communities in the release planning for the safe reintegration of Aboriginal offenders. [...] In addition, best practices in the Prairie and Pacific Regions were highlighted in the 2004 evaluation report, including the addition of contracts for supplementary assistance to ACDOs (e.g., in-reach workers and Community Liaison Officers), which appeared to be effective in increasing awareness of the processes and benefits of Section 84 among the Aboriginal community and offenders.

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Includes bibliographic references (pages 45-47)
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CaOOCEL
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rda
Dewey Decimal Classification Number
365/.66/08997071
Dewey Decimal Edition Number
23
Distributor
Canadian Electronic Library (Firm),
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Cover title
File #394-2-85"--Cover
December 2009"--Cover
Evaluation report prepared by: Tamara Jensen, evaluation officer, Mark Nafekh, director
Issued as part of the desLibris documents collection
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LCCN
E78.C2
LCCN Item number
C677 2009eb
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Physical Description | Extent
1 electronic text (xiv, 69 pages)
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CaOOCEL
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(CaBNVSL)gtp00557497
(OCoLC)863123707
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Mode of access: World Wide Web
Title proper/short title
Rapport d'évaluation : Agents de développement auprès de la collectivité autochtone
Aboriginal community development officers
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CaBNVSL

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