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  1. Provides online information about advance care planning, including: How to share your health and personal care preferences with health care teams and your family if you become incapable of expressing your own decisions, for example, health care treatment and w...
  2. Provides assistance to individuals who have received a Probation Order from the Courts. Such orders require the offender to comply with specific conditions while on probation and each offender is assigned a probation officer to help monitor their compliance. O...
  3. Provides online information about PEI's three provincial correctional facilities: Provincial Correctional Centre (Charlottetown) Prince County Correctional Centre (Summerside) PEI Youth Centre (Summerside)Also provides helpful online resources such as: Adult C...
  4. Provides assistance to youth who have received a Probation Order from the Courts. Such orders require the offender to comply with specific conditions while on probation and each offender is assigned a Youth Justice Worker to help monitor their compliance.Note:...
  5. People who are the victim of a crime reported to police may be eligible to receive money to help with eligible expenses or losses. Property loss and damage expenses are not included. Examples of types of expenses and losses that may be covered include: Lost wa...
  6. People who are the victim of a crime reported to police may be eligible to receive money to help with eligible expenses or losses. Property loss and damage expenses are not included. Examples of types of expenses and losses that may be covered include: Lost wa...
  7. Provides free confidential support to victims in the aftermath of a crime and throughout their involvement in the criminal justice system. Also provides support to people who feel they have been victimized but have not yet reported the crime or where a charge ...
  8. Provides free confidential support to victims in the aftermath of a crime and throughout their involvement in the criminal justice system. Also provides support to people who feel they have been victimized but have not yet reported the crime or where a charge ...
  9. The highest court in the province. Hears appeals from: Supreme Court of PEI in all matters Provincial Court of PEI in some criminal matters Provincial administrative boards and tribunals Also addresses references from Executive Council and some provincial admi...
  10. Online listing of mediators in PEI for various types of mediation.Mediation is a cooperative, voluntary process in which a qualified and impartial third party, the mediator, assists individuals in resolving issues and working out resolutions by mutual agreemen...
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