The CCJC is a national, faith-based coalition of churches and individuals that fosters crime prevention and healthy community through restorative approaches to corrections, education, advocacy, and social responsibility.
About The Church Council on Justice and Corrections
The Church Council on Justice and Corrections was established in 1972 by the Canadian Council of Churches and the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. The supporting denominations appoint members from across Canada with experience and expertise in the field of criminal justice and corrections.
CCJC is a national and bilingual organization.