The Alberta Criminal Justice Association (“ACJA”), a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public and justice system stakeholders on topics that promote an informed, humane and equitable criminal justice system, has launched a free Webinar Series via Zoom that seeks to unite, educate and network stakeholders in both public and private spheres. Members of the public are welcome and encouraged to attend as well. Our Webinars last for 50-60 minutes and are fully moderated by a member of the ACJA Webinar Committee to ensure quality and content (see disclaimers at bottom).
Your support of the ACJA is greatly appreciated. As an added thanks to our members, the volunteer ACJA Board will add content below for our members to access and download at any time. To become a member of the ACJA (automatic via membership with the CCJA) visit https://www.ccja-acjp.ca/pub/en/join/form/. For more information, you are welcome to contact a board member at email@example.com.
Nb. The ACJA is currently looking for learned speakers who are interested and willing to donate their valuable time and insights to present on criminal justice issues. For more information, contact a board member at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doug Heckbert, author of “Go Ahead and Shoot Me, and Other True Cases About Ordinary Criminals” presents on why and how stakeholders can educate the public about how the system really works
ACJA – Doug Heckbert Presentation (May. 11, 2021)
ACJA Cohosts Alberta Courts’ 2021 Indigenous Legal Career Day
On March 3rd the ACJA with support from the CCJA assisted with this year’s Special Zoom Edition of its Annual Indigenous Legal Career Day. High school kids across Treaty 6, 7 and 8 were treated to a power hour filled with ceremony, education, music and FUN! Members and non-members can watch the Youtube video via the link below
1. Moderator Anthony Oliver, lawyer, Red River Metis
2. Opening prayer Elder Irene Morin, Enoch Cree Nation
3. Opening song by Northern Cree drummers and dancers
3. Opening remarks by Queen’s Bench Chief Justice Mary Moreau & Provincial Court Chief Judge Derek Redman aka Mountain Man
5. Remarks by Edmonton Police Chief Dale McFee, Manitoba Metis
6. Song by Northern Cree drummers and dancers
7. Remarks by Jenna (JJ) Broomfield, lawyer, North West River, Labrador, ULM region Nunatsiavut TLUA
8. Remarks by Richard Mirasty, lawyer, Cree
9. Song by Northern Cree drummers and dancers
10. Remarks by retired Justice Tony Mandamin, Anishinaabe of Mnidoo Mnising
11. Closing ceremony
Indigenous Youth and the YCJA
Thank you for joining the ACJA webinar presentation by: Sandra Couture on Indigenous Youth and the YCJA.
ACJA Webinar Indigenous Youth and YCJA Part II (Jan. 8 2021)
Child Sexual Exploitation Material (CSEM) Offenders
Thank you for joining the ACJA webinar presentation by Dr. Kate Hamilton on Child Sexual Exploitation Material (CSEM) Offenders Part II: Best Practices for Assessment, Treatment and Case Management.
CESM, Part 1 and Part 2 slides (Dec. 4, 2020)
The Youth Criminal Justice Act: Principals and Amendments
Thank you for joining the ACJA webinar presentation by: Sandra Couture, Lawyer on The Youth Criminal Justice Act: Principles and Amendments.
ACJA YCJA presentation (Sept. 23, 2020)
The Rocky Mountain Program: In Custody Treatment of Sexually Violent Offenders
Thank you for joining the ACJA webinar presentation by: Dr. Cynthia Baxter, Psychiatrist on The Rocky Mountain Program: In Custody Treatment of Sexually Violent Offenders.
RMP ACJA presentation (June. 30, 2020)
Prisons and Pandemics
Thank you for joining the ACJA webinar presentation by: Dr. Erin Bibbs Van Brunschot, Sociology Prof, U of C on Prisons and Pandemics.
ACJA_Presentation_Prisons and Pandemics (May. 5, 2020)
Justice System Response to COVID-19: Courts, Police, and Corrections
Thank you for joining the ACJA webinar presentation by: Anthony Oliver, Lawyer on Justice System Response to COVID-19: Courts, Police, and Corrections.
ACJA Webinar PPT – April. 14 2020 – Justice Response to Covid19
The Webinar presentation may contain copyrighted materials either visually or verbally, the use of which has not been authorized by the copyright owner; in such instance, the Alberta Criminal Justice Association (“ACJA”) relies on the fair dealing provision in the Copyright Act of Canada which permits use of a copyright-protected work without permission from the copyright owner or the payment of copyright royalties: see e.g. “Fair Dealing Canada”, online: the Canadian Association of Research Libraries <https://fair-dealing.ca/what-is-fair-dealing/>; the ACJA hereafter represents that use of copyright-protected work is for non-profit educational purposes only; in turn, the speaker(s) hereafter represents that use of copyright-protected work shall be in accordance with the fair dealing exception in the Copyright Act of Canada and, furthermore, agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless the ACJA, its agents and representatives from and against any and all claims, actions, causes or action, damages, injuries, expenses, liabilities (joint and several), penalties fines, legal fees, court costs, and other expenses arising from the speaker(s) interpretation of the Copyright Act of Canada.
The opinions expressed visually or verbally in the Webinar presentation are solely those of the speaker(s) and not those of the Alberta Criminal Justice Association (“ACJA”); accordingly, the ACJA does not guarantee the accuracy or reliability of the information provided by the speaker(s) who, in turn, agrees hereafter to indemnify, defend and hold harmless the ACJA and its representatives from and against any and all claims, actions, causes or action, damages, injuries, expenses, liabilities, penalties fines, legal fees, court costs, and any other expenses arising from the opinions expressed by the speaker(s) in the Webinar.
The Webinar presentation shall be recorded digitally in real-time by one (1) designated member of the Alberta Criminal Justice Association (“ACJA”); accordingly, the speaker(s) and attendees hereafter undertake to neither record part of all of the Webinar presentation without the ACJA Webinar Committee’s prior written approval; furthermore, upon completion of the Webinar presentation including question period, the designated member of the ACJA Webinar Committee may edit the recording for purposes of time, clarity or removing content that do not reflect the Vision, Mission, Goals, Values and Principles of the ACJA; subsequently, the designated member of the ACJA Webinar Committee shall create and upload to the ACJA website or, upon agreement by the ACJA Webinar Committee any other social media platform held, operated or managed exclusively by the ACJA, a fixed format audio-visual file which the speaker(s) and attendees agree shall be and remain the property of the ACJA (“ACJA Webinar”); in view of and in accordance with the aforementioned, either speaker(s) or attendee with the prior written approval of the ACJA Webinar Committee may use the ACJA Webinar for non-profit educational purposes including its presentation in a work portfolio, website or other.