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This report is the result of collaboration among Statistics Canada, members of the National Justice Statistics Initiative and research academics. In particular, the following individuals leant considerable time and expertise to the completion of this project: Sara Beattie, Jennifer Gotlieb, Jillian Oderkirk, Georgia Roberts, Josée Savoie, Lori Stratychuk, Marnie Wallace (Statistics Canada); Stacie Ogg (Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness); David Murchie (British Columbia Attorney General); Phil Arbing (Department of Justice, Prince Edward Island); Jay Clifford (New Brunswick); Marc Ouimet (University of Montreal), Julian Roberts (University of Ottawa) and Peter Carrington (University of Waterloo). Finally, the authors would like to extend a special thank you to Danielle Baum for her indispensable work in preparing the Manuscript.

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Catalogue no. 85-561-MWE2005005

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ISBN 0-662-40698-2

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