News releases from Justice issued in the specified time period (Page 29)

Le gouvernement veut connaître l'opinion du public au sujet de la loi sur les directives personnelles

Justice / Health (To Jan. 11)

La province invite le public, les représentants de la justice et les organismes de soins de santé à partager leurs commentaires et leurs idées sur les décisions relatives aux soins personnels.

Government Seeks Public Input on Personal Directives Legislation

Justice / Health (To Jan. 11)

The province is inviting the public, justice representatives and health care organizations to share their ideas surrounding the making of personal care decisions.

Minister Releases Part One of Taser Review

Justice

The first part of a ministerial review of the policies and use of conductive energy devices, commonly known as Tasers, was released today, March 5, by Justice Minister Cecil Clarke.

Daylight Saving Time Begins this Weekend

Justice

Nova Scotians will experience brighter evenings beginning Sunday, March 9 at 2 a.m., when daylight saving time takes effect. People are reminded to set their clocks ahead one hour.

Fix Youth Crime Campaign Returns to Ottawa

Justice

Nova Scotia continues to get a positive response from the federal government on the province's campaign to fix the country's youth crime law.

Nova Scotia Applauds New Anti-crime Law

Justice

The federal government's new anti-crime law is good news for Nova Scotians, Justice Minister Cecil Clarke said today, Feb. 28.

Community Grants to Prevent Crime

Justice

Communities in Nova Scotia will receive one-time grants from the Department of Justice under the crime prevention strategy, Time to Fight Crime Together.

Community Safety Order Issued

Justice

The Department of Justice is carrying out a community safety order today, Feb. 28, at 42 Douglas Ave., Berwick.

Fix Youth Crime Campaign in Ottawa

Justice

Justice Minister Cecil Clarke has taken Nova Scotia's campaign to fix the federal youth crime law to the nation's capital.

Campaign Launched to Fix Federal Youth Crime Law

Justice

Justice Minister and Attorney General Cecil Clarke is calling on Nova Scotians to join him in seeking changes to the federal Youth Criminal Justice Act.

Queens Counsel Appointments Announced

Justice

Fourteen recipients of the prestigious Queen's Counsel (Q.C.) designation were announced today, Feb. 8, by Justice Minister and Attorney General Cecil Clarke.

Police Services Consultations Underway

Justice

Justice Minister and Attorney General Cecil Clarke is consulting with law enforcement agencies, municipalities and other justice interest groups on the future of policing services in Nova Scotia.

Province Announces Additional Policing

Justice

Communities across Nova Scotia received 70 additional police officers today, Jan. 25, as part of the province's commitment to help make neighbourhoods safer.

Department Notifies Public About Arrest Warrant

Justice

The Department of Justice is notifying the public about a Halifax man who was released as a result of a wrongful interpretation of a warrant of remand.

Minister Orders Improvement Plan

Justice

Justice Minister Cecil Clarke has ordered the Town of Westville to submit a plan to address concerns about police governance issues.

Progress on Youth Court Case Processing

Justice

Progress is being made on reducing youth court case processing time.

Inmate Back in Custody

Justice

An inmate who was released in error Thursday, Dec. 13, from the Central Nova Scotia Correctional Facility in Burnside, is back in custody.

Inmate at Large

Justice

An inmate was released in error today, Dec. 13 from the Central Nova Scotia Correctional Facility in Burnside.

Bulletin: Increasing Supervision of Offenders, Keeping Communities Safe

Justice

High-risk offenders on bail, under house arrest, or under other court orders in our community will now be more closely supervised.

Bulletin: Effective Laws, Swift Consequences for Breaking Them

Justice

Effective Laws