32nd Annual Canadian Congress on Criminal Justice to be hosted in Halifax

HALIFAX, Oct. 28 /CNW/ - The Canadian Criminal Justice Association will kick off the 32nd Canadian Congress on Criminal Justice Thursday, Oct. 29 at the Marriot Harbourfront Hotel, 1919 Upper Water St. Halifax.

The three-day congress theme will be Problem Solving Justice. Panels on topics ranging from domestic violence courts and high risk youth to federal corrections reform will be held throughout the congress.

Media are invited to attend opening ceremonies starting at 8 a.m. where Chief Justice Joseph P. Kennedy, Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, will provide remarks.

Please note all sessions are closed to media however various panelists will be available during the conference for interviews.

For more information about the 32nd Annual Canadian Congress on Criminal Justice, please visit http://www.ccja-acjp.ca/.

SOURCE NOVA SCOTIA DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

For further information: For further information: Megan Tonet, Justice, (902) 424-0942, tonetme@gov.ns.ca

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