Restorative Justice

KDFN Justice develops and provides programs and services to KDFN citizens and families who are in conflict with the law or in need of support from victim services, probation, or court-related services.

Building on past success, we will be developing restorative justice options for dealing with child welfare, victim services, policing, courts or corrections related issues.

Indigenous court worker

203-2131 2nd Avenue

867-667-3783

The Indigenous court worker assists persons involved in the criminal justice system in obtaining fair, just, equitable and culturally-sensitive treatment.

Justice support worker

203-2131 2nd Avenue

867-667-3782

The justice support worker provides support using First Nation values, restorative justice principles and practices when possible to KDFN citizens, families and others in conflict with the law or who are in need of support from victim services, child welfare, probation, corrections or court-related services.

Youth/adult restorative justice diversion

4 O’Brien Place

867-633-7800 ext. 620

This program facilitates restorative processes in an effort to repair harm.  This service may include restorative conference, accountability conferences or suitable alternative measures that would hold an ‘accused’ person accountable and repair harm to any ‘victim’.

Community safety office

4 O’Brien Place

Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

867-633-7800 ext. 622

On-call: 867-332-9551

Kwanlin Dün’s community safety officers improve the safety and security of people and property within KDFN traditional territory.