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  • An Investigation of the Correctional Service of Canada’s Mortality Review Process, February 17, 2014 (HTML) (PDF, 365kb)
    • News Release (HTML)
    • Backgrounder (HTML)
  • Speaking Notes for Mr. Howard Sapers, 2013 Gall Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, December 10, 2013 (HTML)
  • Annual Report 2012-2013, November 26, 2013 (HTML) (PDF, 744 kb)
    • News Release (HTML)
    • Backgrounder (HTML)
    • Presentation Deck (HTML)
    • A Case Study of Diversity in Corrections: The Black Inmate Experience in Federal Penitentiaries Final Report (HTML) (PDF, 431kb)
  • Graham Stewart Receives the 2013 Ed McIsaac Human Rights in Corrections Award, October 24, 2013 (HTML)
  • Risky Business: An Investigation of the Treatment and Management of Chronic Self-Injury Among Federally Sentenced Women Final Report, September 30, 2013 (HTML) (PDF, 353kb)
  • Spirit Matters: Aboriginal People and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act, March 07, 2013 (HTML) (PDF, 685kb)
  • 2011-2012 Departmental Performance Report (HTML) (PDF 304kb)

Recent Parliamentary Appearances

Highlights

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The 2012-2013 Annual Report of the Office of the Correctional Investigator - November 26, 2013

Continue reading: The 2012-2013 Annual Report of the Office of the Correctional Investigator - November 26, 2013

A photo from the Ed McIsaac Human Rights in Corrections Award ceremony (October 24, 2013) featuring from left to right, Mr. Howard Sapers, Correctional Investigator and Mr. Graham Stewart (award recipient).

Graham Stewart Receives the 2013 Ed McIsaac Human Rights in Corrections Award - October 24, 2013

Continue reading: Graham Stewart Receives the 2013 Ed McIsaac Human Rights in Corrections Award - October 24, 2013

Risky Business report cover

Risky Business: An Investigation of the Treatment and Management of Chronic Self-Injury Among Federally Sentenced Women - September 30, 2013

Continue reading: Spirit Matters: Aboriginal People and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act - March 7th, 2013

Photo of Howard Sapers

Spirit Matters: Aboriginal People and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act - March 7th, 2013

Continue reading: Spirit Matters: Aboriginal People and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act - March 7th, 2013

Mission Statement

As the ombudsman for federally sentenced offenders, the Office of the Correctional Investigator serves Canadians and contributes to safe, lawful and humane corrections through independent oversight of the Correctional Service of Canada by providing accessible, impartial and timely investigation of individual and systemic concerns.

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