Court martial system consultation, have your voice heard during review

 

The Office of the Judge Advocate General (JAG) is conducting consultations with Canadians as part of the Court Martial Comprehensive Review, to help shape our future military justice system.

From Oct. 11 to Nov.7, Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members can join the discussions with the Court Martial Comprehensive Review Team, as part of our collective effort to strengthen the court martial system.

CAF members and the Canadian public can access the Court Martial Comprehensive Review website to find out more about the different topics for discussion, to provide their input, and to see what others have to say on the discussion board.

Purpose of the Court Martial Comprehensive Review
The purpose of the review is to conduct a legal and policy analysis of the CAF’s court martial system. The Review Team is engaging with Canadian and international experts, CAF members, and the Canadian public, to help ensure the CAF’s court martial system is effective, efficient, and legitimate.

Canada’s military justice system contributes significantly to the CAF’s ability to achieve its mission in Canada and around the world, and aligns with Canadian values and the rule of law, all the while serving the particular needs of the CAF.

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