Monthly Archives: March 2014

Facts about traffic court reform in Alberta

Focusing on access to justice for Albertans The Alberta government is currently consulting about potential reforms to the way traffic tickets are handled. While we review the potential improvements, it is important Albertans know why traffic court reform is necessary. … Continue reading

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Be a spring breaker, not a lawbreaker

Don’t take a spring break from common sense Spring break is a time to relax, let loose and enjoy yourself, but safety concerns are a reality no matter where you decide to go – indoors or in Alberta’s beautiful outdoors. … Continue reading

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Helping Aboriginal youth get their lives back on track

Everyone knows a key part of the correctional system is to ensure safe and secure custody of inmates, but what may not be so obvious is the work done through Alberta Corrections to get inmates back on track. The goal … Continue reading

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Unsafe commercial vehicles put on ice

Alberta officers take part in joint operation in far north Many of us here in Alberta are familiar with all the tools, riggings and provisions needed to safely operate in the oil patch. Well, working the diamond mines in the … Continue reading

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Traffic court reform in Alberta

Consultations underway about potential changes The Alberta government is considering changing the way traffic tickets are handled to make them easier to pay while making sure they can still be challenged. Importantly, these changes are also being looked at in … Continue reading

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