Indigenous Courtworkers Program

The Indigenous Criminal Courtwork Program who are available        8:30 am-4:00 pm - assist accused offenders to better understand their rights, options and responsibilities when appearing before the courts, through the guidance of a Courtworker.

 

Aboriginal Courtworkers are not Lawyers and do not give legal advice. They are Courtworkers and advocates, who speak on a person’s behalf if they can’t or won’t speak for themselves while involved in the criminal justice system.

 

 

 

The Indigenous Family Courtwork Program who are available            8:30 am-4:00 pm - assist Aboriginal youth involved in the criminal justice system, separating couples involved in family court and Aboriginal families dealing with child welfare matters, to navigate the court process, through the guidance of a Courtworker.

 

Aboriginal Courtworkers are not Lawyers and do not give legal advice. Courtworkers are advocates who speak on a person’s behalf if they can’t or won’t speak for themselves while involved in the criminal justice system. 

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FAX Us:

807.468.5340

326 2nd Street South

Kenora Ontario

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807.468.5440

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