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  • 133 New Correctional Officers Graduate

    Ontario continues to invest in staffing and equipment upgrades to ensure that provincial correctional facilities have the personnel and technology they need to deliver rehabilitative programming and improve staff and inmate safety.

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  • Inquest into the Death of Abdurahman Hassan Announced

    Dr. Paul Dungey, Regional Supervising Coroner for East Region, Kingston Office, today announced that an inquest will be held in the death of Abdurahman Hassan.

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  • Inquest into the Death of Joseph Gerard Woods Announced

    Dr. William J. Lucas, Regional Supervising Coroner for the Central Region, Central West Office, today announced that an inquest will be held into the death of Joseph Gerard Woods.

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  • Inquest into the Death of Mark Norman Announced

    Dr. James Edwards, Regional Supervising Coroner for the Central Region, Toronto East Office, today announced that an inquest will be held into the death of Mark Norman.

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  • Keep Pets Safe in the Summer Heat

    With the hot days of summer arriving, many Ontarians take advantage of the warm weather by hitting the road and exploring the province with family and friends. For some of us, that means bringing furry friends along for the ride, so planning for your pet's comfort and safety should be a part of any trip preparations. Here are some tips to keep animals safe this summer: 

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  • Inquest into the Death of David Yuskow Announced

    Dr. David Eden, Regional Supervising Coroner for Inquests, today announced that an inquest will be held into the death of David Yuskow.

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  • Honouring Correctional Services Staff

    Today, the province and Ontario's correctional services staff marked the fifth annual Ceremony of Remembrance honouring staff who have fallen in the line of duty while serving in Ontario's correctional services. 

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  • Full-body Scanners to be Installed in all Adult Correctional Facilities

    Ontario is installing advanced technology full-body scanners in all 26 adult provincial correctional facilities over two years as part of its corrections transformation to further improve staff and inmate safety, reduce contraband and enhance security. 

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  • Encouraging Ontarians to Be Prepared

    Ontario is marking the 21st annual Emergency Preparedness Week from May 1-7 to highlight the importance of making a family emergency plan, building an emergency survival kit, and staying informed before, during and after emergencies.

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  • 24 New Correctional Officers for Northern Ontario

    Training for 24 new correctional officers for institutions across Northern Ontario is now underway in Sudbury through the Correctional Officer Training and Assessment (COTA) North program to further increase staffing levels in the province's northern correctional facilities, enhance program delivery and improve staff and inmate safety.

    News Release | Community Safety and Correctional Services

  • Inquest into the Death of Mark Norman Announced

    Dr. David Eden, Regional Supervising Coroner for Inquests, today announced that an inquest will be held into the death of Mark Norman.

    News Release | Community Safety and Correctional Services

  • Province Seeking Public Feedback on Segregation Review

    Ontario is currently conducting a comprehensive review of the use of segregation in Ontario's provincial adult correctional facilities. This is part of the ongoing work to transform the province's correctional system to improve staff and inmate safety, enhance effective rehabilitation and reintegration programs, and strengthen inmate mental health supports.

    Bulletin | Community Safety and Correctional Services

  • Ontario Funding Research on Sexual Violence Against Indigenous Women

    Ontario is investing in three research projects to support a more compassionate, sensitive and culturally appropriate response from law enforcement authorities when dealing with incidents of sexual violence and harassment against Indigenous women, and to encourage more survivors to report sexual violence.

    News Release | Community Safety and Correctional Services

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