SHOUT OUT TO OUR SUPPORT AND SPONSORS!
Thank you to everyone who has supported us over the past two years!
TakingITGlobal (TIG) and the Government of Canada helps young people who are inspired with ideas and ready to take action through youth-led #RisingYouth community service grants.
CRIME PREVENTION ASSOCIATION OF NEW BRUNSWICK
CPANB is a non-profit association that has members across the province. Members include other non-profit organizations, like local crime prevention committees, Block Parents and Neighborhood Watches, the John Howard Society and the YMCA, protection services like municipal police forces and the RCMP, government departments including the Department of Public Safety, Health and Wellness, Family and Community services, individuals and businesses.
The purpose of CPANB is to promote and support organizations that are creating safer communities and taking actions to prevent crime in New Brunswick.
UNB LAW & THE LAW STUDENTS SOCIETY
Thank you Dr. Nicole O'Byrne for being our faculty support and LA Henry for facilitating our work through the community clinic program at UNB Law. Established in 1892, UNB Law has developed a reputation as an outstanding Canadian law school. This reputation is rooted in our determination to treat our students as individuals and to offer a broad legal education through our core curriculum.
Shout out to Allison Palmer, the RCMP Community Programs Officer for all your help. Further thank you to the wonderful RCMP restorative justice training that allows our volunteers to work with the community.
JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF NEW BRUNSWICK
Thank you Rose-Marie Stewart for the restorative justice facilitator training and John Howard Society for the use of your space!
The John Howard Society actively promotes policy and legislation that creates and maintains just, peaceful and safe communities. The Society recommends policies, which recognize the limitations of the criminal justice system to prevent crime and victimization and attempts to identify and promote the benefits of alternative prevention initiatives. The Society is active in advocacy, research, community education, coalition building and resource development and is a major partner with government departments in the development and implementation of services which fall within the provincial anti-poverty, mental health, anti-violence and criminal justice strategies.