Probation-Community-Corrections in Calgary AB | franceisrael.info™
In Alberta, the Correctional Services division oversees adults offenders and youth who receive sentences of less than 2 years. These sentences can be served in a correctional or remand centre or under supervision in the community — a community sentence. As part of their community sentence, adult offenders can take part in a number of programs designed for them to:. Offenders are assigned to service work as a way to make a repayment to the community. This work can include:. Offenders are supervised by a probation officer and must comply with certain conditions like a curfew, maintaining employment and avoiding certain behaviours and places or people. Through a fine option program, offenders can repay non-traffic fines by completing community service work.
Correctional centres normally house inmates serving sentences of up to 2 years and remand centres house those awaiting trial. Inmates serving sentences longer than 2 years serve their sentences in Correctional Service of Canada facilities. Both correctional and remand centres can house male and female inmates, but some centres only house males.