Direct Accountability is an alternative to prosecution in court and available at the discretion of the Crown. Accused persons must accept responsibility for their actions and agree to complete a community-based response as guided by the Community Justice Worker or Crown Attorney such as: writing a letter of apology; making a donation to a charity; completing community service hours; attending a relevant educational or rehabilitative program; and/or other activities approved by the Crown and Probation Office. This option is offered to those facing minor criminal charges without a criminal record or with a limited record.
Please Note: Those already in custody are not as likely to qualify for Direct Accountability.
For more information please contact:
Office: (416) 304-1974 X 104
Cell: (647) 969-2065