Thunder Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre
Gladue Services Program

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Description
  • Prepares a report detailing the background of an Indigenous offender that helps the judge to understand that individual's history
  • May help reduce a judge's sentence for an offender
Comments
Contents of a Gladue Report:
  • History of individual and their family
  • Education and any residential school experience
  • Racism and/or discrimination
  • Poverty and employment history
  • Mental health issues
  • Addictions
  • Criminal history
  • Culture
  • Healing and/or treatment plan
Once approved, a minimum of 30-60 days is required to complete a Gladue Report.
Eligibility
  • Indigenous individuals who have pled guilty or are found guilty after trial
  • Must consent to the report
  • Must be residents of Thunder Bay
  • Priority is given to women and to clients facing six months or more in custody
Application Process
  • Through a defence lawyer, the crown, duty counsel, a courtworker or the judge
  • Gladue Report Request Form available on the website
Fees
None
Accessibility
Fully Accessible
Legal Status
(50) Non Profit
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211 Ontario North
Last Verified On July 23, 2019

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