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The Ministry delivers services through its Justice branch and Solicitor General branch.

Featured services

Solicitor General (Alberta Justice and Solicitor General)

Correctional and remand centres

Calgary, Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Peace River, Red Deer

Careers

Peace officer, sheriff, probation officer, service worker, fish & wildlife officer

Private security programs

Individual license, training & testing, SSIA forms

Serious, violent and high risk offenders

List of offenders, risk assessment, community supervision

Crime prevention and restorative justice grants

Civil Forfeiture Fund, victims of crime, children & youth

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Young offender programs

Education, work, life skills, medical & mental health, Aboriginal

Help for victims of crime

Emergency protection, impact statement, Financial Benefits Program

Community corrections

Attendance centres, community service, rehabilitation

Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT)

Investigation of police, report & possible charges

Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods (SCAN)

Complaint line, problem property, investigation, safety order


Spotlight

Updating and modernizing Alberta legislation
BLOG POST: The Statutes Repeal Act would repeal legislation that's no longer relevant in our modern and ever-changing province… [read more]

Updating and modernizing Alberta legislation
BLOG POST: The Statutes Repeal Act would repeal legislation that's no longer relevant in our modern and ever-changing province… [read more]


 

Updating and modernizing Alberta legislation
BLOG POST: The Statutes Repeal Act would repeal legislation that's no longer relevant in our modern and ever-changing province… [read more]


Updating and modernizing Alberta legislation
BLOG POST: The Statutes Repeal Act would repeal legislation that's no longer relevant in our modern and ever-changing province… [read more]