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Manitoba Justice is committed to ensuring that Manitobans feel safe in their homes and in their neighbourhoods.
Crime Prevention Unit
The Crime Prevention Branch, part of Children and Youth Opportunities, co-ordinates crime prevention policies and programs for the Province of Manitoba.
Sex Offender Notification
Information about sex offenders considered to be a high risk to re-offend is available for Manitoba residents.
Community Notification Advisory Committee - CNAC
Learn about how Manitoba Justice partners with other agencies to deliver community notifications about high-risk sex offenders.
Visit Parental Responsibility to learn how victims of youth crime in Manitoba can recover damages from parents of children who have deliberately taken, damaged or destroyed property.
Safe at Work
Interested in tips from Safe Work Manitoba about keeping safe in your workplace? No matter where you work, or what type of work you do, you can enhance your safety by increasing your awareness of potentially threatening situations and planning responses to them.
The Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Act
Manitoba has a new law to make communities and neighbourhoods safer. The Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Act is the first of its kind in Canada. It works by holding property owners accountable for threatening or disturbing activities that regularly take place on their property.