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About Us:

PPS Independence
Role of the PPS
 

Did You Know:

The Criminal Case
F.A.Q.
Where to Find Us

News Releases

Publications:

Crown Attorney Manual
- Prosecution and Administrative Policies for the PPS

 

Report to the Attorney General of Nova Scotia - The Prosecution of Ernest Fenwick MacIntosh
July 10, 2013


Business Plans (Statements of Mandate):

2014-2015 (PDF)

2013-2014 (PDF)

2012-2013 (PDF)

2011-2012 (PDF)

2010-2011 (PDF)

2009-2010 (PDF)

2008-2009 (PDF)

2007-2008 (PDF)


Accountability Reports:

2011-2012 (PDF)

2010-2011 (PDF)

2009-2010 (PDF)

2008-2009 (PDF)

 

Annual Reports:

2012-2013 (PDF)

2011-2012 (PDF)

2010-2011 (PDF)

2009-2010 (PDF)

2008-2009 (PDF)

2007-2008 (PDF)

2006-2007 (PDF)


Statistics 2005-2006 (PDF)


Routine Access to Administrative & Operational Records Without a FOIPOP Application (PDF)
 

Accès courant aux dossiers administratifs et opérationnels sans présenter une demande en vertu de la loi FOIPOP (PDF)
 

PPS Privacy Policy (PDF)
 

Links

 

Our Mission
To seek justice and serve the public interest by performing prosecution duties with fairness, professionalism, and integrity.

Welcome to the Nova Scotia
Public Prosecution Service

This site explains the role of the Public Prosecution Service and the job of the Crown Attorney. It also takes you - step-by-step - through a criminal case. It explains the process clearly and simply and will help you to understand how a criminal prosecution works in Canada perhaps correcting any misconceptions you might have.

Anybody interested in criminal prosecutions will find these pages informative, particularly those who become involved in a prosecution as a witness, as a victim, or, perhaps, as an accused individual.

 
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