Many Regina aboriginals believe alternative justice approaches could curb aboriginal crime rates

Leader Post, March 11, 2011

While there is widespread distrust of the Canadian justice system among Regina’s aboriginal population, faith in the system appears higher in this city than in many others across the country.

According to the Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study (UAPS) released by the Environics Institute, 47 per cent of aboriginal people in Regina had little or no confidence in the criminal justice system. Read more »