HSJCC Webinars

Corrections Reform in Ontario

Howard Sapers is the Independent Advisor on Corrections Reform to the Ontario provincial government. Leading the Independent Review of Ontario Corrections, Mr. Sapers released Corrections in Ontario: Directions for Reform in October, 2017. The report examines select correctional practices

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Mental Health Courts in Ontario

Mental health courts in Ontario are not specifically regulated in their operation. There is no existing ministerial mandate to determine where they should exist, and how they should operate. They have therefore been operating on

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Forensic Early Intervention Service (FEIS)

In this webinar, the presenters will cover: Overview of Forensic Early Intervention Service at the Toronto South Detention Centre Support available to clients and their family through the Forensic Early Intervention Service Outcomes and challenges

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Transforming Compassion Fatigue

In this webinar you’ll learn the following: the need to address compassion fatigue physical, psychological and behavioral signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue components of self-compassion 2016-02-17 Presented by Patricia Baigent. Moderated by Trevor Tymchuk.

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Discharge from Court Protocol

The webinar will: Provide an overview of the issue on interaction of individuals with mental illness and the justice system; Discuss the need for bridging the service gap for individuals with mental illness who are

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Region of Waterloo Drug Treatment Court

This webinar will provide an overview of the Waterloo Region Drug Treatment Court. Drug Treatment Courts were established to break the link between criminal behavior and crime and in so doing, save the lives of

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Gendered Pathways to Crime

This webinar explores the role that a history of victimization or mental health issues play in the responses of women to a correctional environment, and to the nature of the programming that women require. Learning

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Mental Health Adult Pre-charge Diversion

When a person with mental health issues has committed a minor crime in Durham Region, the Adult Mental Health Pre-charge Diversion Program helps move them away from the justice system and into the healthcare system.

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