Ikajuriallattiit Restorative Justice Committee (IRJC)

IRJC offers a different way to handle specific criminal cases by involving the person who caused harm, the person harmed, and the community. Cases can only be referred to IRJC by the Crown Attorney and the Ottawa Police Service. The Committee has specific tasks they need to do, such as:

    1. Develop, implement, and evaluate TI’s Restorative Justice program to ensure current and relevant practices are maintained;
    2. Advocate, educate, and raise awareness of Restorative Justice initiatives as legitimate alternatives to criminal justice sentencing outcomes;
    3. Maintain a safe environment for persons harmed, persons that caused harm, and community, and to facilitate the efforts of repairing the harms resulting from a crime;
    4. Foster healing and wellness for persons harmed, persons who caused harm, and community, based off the 8 guiding principles of Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit;
    5. Foster involvement, empowerment, accountability, equality, and resiliency of all parties affected by crime.

Ikajuriallattiit Restorative Justice Committee Members

IRJC Members

Ikajuriallattiit Restorative Justice Committee Diversion Protocol Agreement (DPA)

Diversion Protocol Agreement (DPA)

Ikajuriallattiit Restorative Justice Committee The Diversion Process

The Diversion Process
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