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The mission of the Attorney General is to administer justice, deliver public safety services and programs, lead emergency management and provide legal advice to Government.

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Sometimes people responsible for a child disagree with the Ministry of Children and Family Development or Aboriginal child and family service agency about a child’s safety. Child protection mediation is a way to make a ...
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BC Human Rights Code protects against sex discrimination. This factsheet gives definition of sex discrimination and sexual harassment. It tells you how to determine if you have a human rights complaint and where to get ...
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This page is for people involved in claims at Vancouver Robson Square or Richmond small claims courts. It explains the special process that small claims matters filed in these locations will go through.
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Read about what a protection order is, when you should get one, how it will protect you, and who you can speak with to get more information about how to apply for one.
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This publication explains how cases involving mentally disordered accused are handled by the justice system. It describes what happens when a person accused of a crime is found either unfit to stand trial or not ...
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Child protection mediators talk about what mediation is and what participants can expect. These mediators are contractors with the Ministry of Justice (formerly the Ministry of Attorney General) Child Protection ...
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Find out what a crime is, how you can report a crime, what the criminal justice process is like, the role of Corrections. Info on: bail, parole, record suspension. Info for victims of crime or witnesses to a crime.
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The BC Ministry of Justice provides information and points to resources, if you or someone you know has been the victim of or has witnessesed crime and violence. Being a victim or witness to crime, violence or abuse is ...
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If the payor lives outside BC we can enrol the maintenance order or agreement in an equivalent program where the payor lives. Enrolment in another maintenance enforcement program can take 2-4 months. Once enrolled, that ...
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