CCJACour Commune de Justice et d'Arbitrage (French: Common Court of Justice and Arbitration)
CCJACanadian Criminal Justice Association
CCJACommon Court of Justice and Arbitration
CCJAColorado Conservatory for the Jazz Arts
CCJACommunity College Journalism Association
CCJACenter for Criminal Justice Advocacy
CCJACommunauté de Communes du Jura Alsacien (French: Community of Communes of the Alsatian Jura)
CCJAColorado Criminal Justice Association
CCJABritish Columbia Criminal Justice Association (also seen as BCCJA)
CCJACounty Criminal Justice Aid
CCJACoordinating Committee for Journalist Associations
CCJACertificate in Criminal Justice Administration
CCJACyanosis, Clubbing, Jaundice and Anaemia
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In part, it is thought that disruption to and/or a loss of culture are at the root of Aboriginal crime and that by bringing Aboriginal values to bear upon recalcitrant offenders, panels can have a persuasive effect and contribute to peacekeeping and the re-socialisation of those who transgress the law (see CCJA, 2000; Hazelhurst, 1997).
CCJA concludes that "The Canadian criminal justice system is based on EuroCanadian values and, as a result, often conflicts with Aboriginal values.
For more information, contact CCJA at (613) 725-3715 or visit www.