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Oki, Please be advised that all Community Corrections program workers are now on rotation.  Staff will rotate to ensure that there is always a Probation Officer, a Courtworker and a Reintegration Worker in the office every day.  Staff will continue to work regular hours when they are not in the office and can be reached through email or cellphone.  With the rising numbers of Covid-19 in the Province and our Blood Reserve community, I feel that this is necessary to ensure the safety of staff and their families. Probation: Clients will continue to report by telephone to their assigned Probation Officer.  Those needing assessments and Presentence reports will be seen in person.  The adult fine option program remains on hold. Courtwork: Courts are operating, however, there are still no in person appearances.  If you require assistance or have any questions regarding an upcoming appearance, please contact one of the courtworkers. Reintegration Programs: Reintegraton workers continue to liase with federal and provincial centers, however, are unable to attend centers in person.  Contact the workers directly if you have questions or referrals.  The addictions counselor will continue to provide counseling by telephone on Mondays and Wednesdays. Our office will continue to remain open to accommodate those who need in person services.  We do require visitors to sign in, provide contact information and temperature checks.  Masks are available if needed. Thank you and stay safe! Joyce Eagle Bear Supervisor Kainai Community Corrections

NOTICE

THIS OFFICE IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC FOR APPOINTMENTS ~ INTAKES ~ INQUIRIES PLEASE CALL 403-737-2555 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION FOR INFORMATION REGARDING COURTS: TONYA TAIL FEATHERS                                   403-360-9915     tonyatf@ktcsbloodtribe.com TATUM BASTIEN                                               403-360-9783     tatumb@ktcsbloodtribe.com FOR INFORMATION REGARDING PROBATION: JOYCE EAGLE BEAR, Supervisor                  403-393-6084     joyceeb@ktcsbloodtribe.com SAMANTHA MANY GREY HORSES              403-393-0928     sammgh@ktcsbloodtribe.com WARREN DAY CHIEF                                        403-360-8701     warrendc@ktcsbloodtribe.com FOR INFORMATION REGARDING REINTEGRATION PROGRAMS: TYLER OKA – FEDERAL                                    403-393-5715     tylero@ktcsbloodtribe.com CLEVE TAIL FEATHERS - PROVINCIAL        403-360-4203     clevetf@ktcsbloodtribe.com TODD ACROSS THE MOUNTAIN                 403-360-3335     todd@ktcsbloodtribe.com

Alberta Court COVID Updates

Oki, The following links are Alberta Justice new COVID updates on court procedures and resources: Final stages of court resumption COVID-19 Criminal Adult Court SOUTHERN REGION COURT RESUMPTION PROTOCOL – PART 3

Recent Updates on Court Procedures

All Alberta courthouses: Plexiglas barriers were installed at public facing counters in all open courthouses and resolution service centres that did not already have barriers in place. As of March 30, 2020, public access to all courthouses in the province of Alberta will be restricted until further notice. Members of the general public will only be permitted to enter a courthouse in certain circumstances   Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench The court is now hearing summary dispositions via Webex for civil cases in which all parties agree to proceed in this manner. The court has prepared a Q&A for further information: https://albertacourts.ca/qb/court-operations-schedules/pandemic-operations/FAQ resuming some criminal trials in-person and via Webex video conference, starting in June. Priority will be given to trials scheduled to be heard between March 16 and June 26 that were cancelled because of the court’s pandemic response. extending its limitation of hearings to emergency and urgent matters only to June 26, 2020, and the adjournment of criminal jury trials and jury selections to September 8, 2020. Limiting hearings to emergency or urgent matters only. Requests can be made online or over the phone for parties without internet access. Emergency matters are those in which serious consequences to persons or harm to property may arise if the hearing does not proceed, or if there is a risk of loss of jurisdiction or expiration of an existing protection or restraining order. Definition of emergency/urgent matters here: https://www.albertacourts.ca/qb/resources/announcements/definition-of-emergency-urgent-matters Kept clerk offices open (Edmonton, Calgary, Fort McMurray, St. Paul, Grande Prairie, Peace River, Red Deer, Wetaskiwin, Drumheller, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge) to accept filings.   Updated May 29   Provincial Court of Alberta The Provincial Court of Alberta has released part one of their resumption plan, outlining their operations and covering the period May 25 through July 3. The Provincial Court of

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