Department of Justice

Department Overview

Branches

Information for Individuals and Communities

Information for Individuals and Communities

  • Adult Probation
    Offenders placed on probation are under the supervision of Justice probation officers. Different probation conditions are tracked and managed by probation officers to ensure public safety.
  • Boards and Committees
    This directory provides a current listing of all Justice-related boards and committees, as well as important contact and legislative information.
  • Bankruptcy
    If you decide to file for bankruptcy, a trustee must handle the process. The Registrar in Bankruptcy ensures that bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings are conducted in a fair and orderly manner.
  • Canadian Consumer Information Gateway
    Your ally on the web! One site gives you information you can use to be a more confident, better protected and more effective consumer. The information on this site is organized by province and territory.
  • Community and Correctional Services
    Community and Correctional Services provides programs and services for victims and offenders, and has as its primary goal the safe integration of offenders into communities as law-abiding citizens.
  • Community Justice
    Community and restorative justice contributes to the protection of society, the health of communities and the healing of victims and offenders by bringing together the community, victims and offenders to find solutions.
  • Community Justice and Public Safety
    The Community Justice and Public Services Branch offers community justice initiatives, crime prevention programs, and Justice related funding programs and public services for Yukoners.
  • Court Registries
    The Court Registry handles fine payments, court ordered maintenance payments and other court administration services. There is a Court Registry located in Whitehorse, Dawson City and Watson Lake Yukon.
  • Justice Funding Programs
    The Department of Justice offers a number of funding programs in partnership with other Government of Yukon Departments and agencies. Funding programs include the Kids Recreation Fund; Crime Prevention and Victim Services Trust Fund; and the Youth Investment Fund.
  • Victims of Crime - Do You Need Help?
    Phone numbers and contact information of people in your community who can help.
  • Victim Services
    Support services are offered to victims of crime, and victims of family violence. Rehabilitative programs are also offered to offenders and abusive spouses.