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Islanders who have hearing loss or speech impairments can use Text with 9-1-1 for emergency services., What is required to use the Text with 911 service?, You need an active wireless subscription and supported cell phone to use the Text with 911 service (T9-1-1)., You are, required to c ontact your...
RCMP, (902) 566-7112, Charlottetown Police Services, (902) 629-4172, Summerside Police Department, (902) 432-1201, Kensington Police Department, (902) 836-4499
How do I become a licensed Real Estate Salesperson?, To qualify as a licensed Real Estate Salesperson an individual must take the licensing course offered by the Prince Edward Island Real Estate Association (PEIREA) and pass the associated exam. You may contact the PEIREA to obtain information on...
What is a Custody and Community Supervision Order?, A Custody and Community Supervision Order is an order from the Court where the youth will serve two thirds of his/her sentence in custody and the remaining one third under supervision conditions in the community. The sentence could be to a maximum...
The purpose is to provide casework, programs, intervention and support with a focus on culturally appropriate services to Indigenous clients before, during and after the Court process. The Indigenous Case Worker makes referrals to other community services, liaises with related community agencies,...
Direct Compensation - Property Damage (DCPD) came into effect for automobile accidents that occurred in Prince Edward Island on or after October 1, 2015., What does DCPD mean?, Under DCPD, consumers will be required to settle their property damages with their own insurer regardless of fault. DCPD...
Is DCPD mandatory?, Yes, DCPD is a mandatory coverage. Where it applies, your own insurer will now cover the portion of your automobile damage, contents damage and loss of use for which you are not at-fault., Will I still need to purchase collision coverage?, You will still need to purchase...
In its Declaration of Principles, the, Youth Criminal Justice Act, states that the intent of the youth criminal justice system is to: prevent crime by addressing circumstances underlying a young person's offending behaviour; rehabilitate young persons who commit offences and reintegrate them...
Youth Justice Services provides supervision of Court ordered dispositions such as Probation Orders , Deferred Custody and Conditional Supervision Orders , Custody and Community Supervision Orders , as well prepares for and provides to the Youth Court, Pre-sentence Reports , when requested to do so...
The function of Provincial Custody Programs is to provide safe and secure custody for youth and adult offenders and to provide programs that address the factors that lead to criminal behaviour to assist with the successful reintegration of offenders into the community. The legal mandate of adult...