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Found 18 record(s)

Req # A-2017-00028

We request all electronic copies of briefing notes, correspondence, directives and operational bulletins associated with policies, processes and/or analysis related to the collection of fines for corporations, since January 1, 2012.

Organization: Public Prosecution Service of Canada

256 page(s)
December 2017

Nothing to report this month

Organization: Farm Products Council of Canada

December 2017

Nothing to report this month

Organization: Farm Products Council of Canada

November 2017

Nothing to report this month

Organization: Public Prosecution Service of Canada

November 2017

Req # A-2017-00024

Information from 1996 to the present related to cases disposed of through alternative measures: the number of cases, types of charge, types of offender (youth, adult or organization), whether they proceeded summarily or as an indictable offence, and whether the offender failed to complete the measures but the criminal proceedings were discontinued. Also a list of each type of charge disposed of through alternative measures for each month since December 2012.

Organization: Public Prosecution Service of Canada

10 page(s)
October 2017

Req # A-2017-00017

Requesting a list of all persons employed as investigators in the office the Commissioner of Canada Elections (CCE). I would also like a copy of all expenses claimed by investigators in the office of CCE, including the following employees, since October 19, 2015: Al Mathews, Ron Lamothe, Réjean Labonte, Tim Charbonneau, Mylène Gigou, Line Carrier and Éric Ferron.

Organization: Public Prosecution Service of Canada

821 page(s)
October 2017

Req # A-2017-00027

All records on the issue of incarcerated youth with mental health impairments who reoffended after attending rehabilitation programs at any youth detention centre within the time frame of January 2012 to present. If applicable, please include the type of offence.

Organization: Public Prosecution Service of Canada

0 page(s)
October 2017

Nothing to report this month

Organization: Farm Products Council of Canada

October 2017

Req # A-2017-00022

All available statistics on the timeline in which persons in Alberta charged with an offence prosecuted by the Public Prosecution Service of Canada are brought for a hearing in front of a Justice of the Peace following their arrest.

Organization: Public Prosecution Service of Canada

0 page(s)
September 2017

Req # A-2017-00023

We would like to know how many years of service do Legal Practitioners (LPs) have when they get a promotion from: LP1 to LP2 to LP3 to LP4. We need this information for all of the Public Prosecution Service of Canada (PPSC). Timeframe to include fiscal years 2015 to 2017.

Organization: Public Prosecution Service of Canada

1 page(s)
September 2017