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Corrections and Criminal Justice

Among the public sector members of the National Union are thousands of women and men who work in Canada’s justice system. These include Youth Corrections Professionals, Correctional Officers, Probation Officers, Sheriffs, as well as those who work in community-based social services, child protection, youth counsellors and other related social services.

These members of the National Union have a wealth of experience and knowledge that we believe can make an invaluable contribution to the development of public policy and legislation on criminal justice issues.


News on Corrections and Criminal Justice

September 7, 2010

'This is about improving road safety for all British Columbians and working to provide additional resources to police forces.' - Dean Purdy.

September 2, 2010

'Now is a good time for all civil service members — and all NSGEU members — to speak up about the vital importance of having enough workers to do the work.' - NSGEU.

August 29, 2010

Rallies planned at noon on Wednesday in Sydney, Halifax and New Glasgow.

August 25, 2010

Two-year deal ratified after 'a lot of hard work' by NSGEU negotiators who were constrained by a climate of 'ongoing program review' within the government.

August 23, 2010

Ratification recommended after two-year deal reached by parties with assistance from a provincial mediator.

August 18, 2010

Smoothing process may allow scheduled of 40 hours one week and 30 hours the next.

August 16, 2010

Already packed Fraser Regional Correctional Centre now required to house up to four times the number of inmates it was designed to accommodate.

August 16, 2010

'It's about time," says Jim Gosse of NSGEU correctional Local 480.

August 15, 2010

Tough on crime sentencing laws causing prison population to soar. Inmates 'quadruple-bunked and sleeping in hallways.'

August 8, 2010

NSGEU holds province-wide meeting to discuss issues related to staff cuts and safety on the job.