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Maintenance Enforcement Program

MEP Accounts Online, child & spousal support, payment, collection, monitoring, enforcement

Crown prosecutors’ offices

Locations, Edmonton, Calgary, 12 regions

Commissioner for oaths

Application & appointment

Child Support Recalculation Program

Child support & special expenses, eligibility, registration, court order, maintenance agreement


Opportunities, application & recruitment, benefits, career fairs, Student-at-Law Program

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All programs and services in Alberta




Solicitor General

Correctional and remand centres

Calgary, Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Peace River, Red Deer


Peace officer, sheriff, probation officer, service worker, fish & wildlife officer

Help for victims of crime

Emergency protection, impact statement, Financial Benefits Program

Public security and policing

oversight, sheriff, peace officer, fish & wildlife officer, private security, vehicle enforcement

Community safety and awareness

AMBER Alert, high risk offenders, family violence, missing persons, prolific offenders

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Police and Peace Officers' Memorial Day
Fallen Alberta officers will be honoured by
dignitaries, families, friends and the public on
the South Grounds of the Alberta Legislature
on September 28, 2014, at 1 p.m... [read more]


Alberta Community Restorative Justice grants
A total of $233,000 is now available to support
the delivery of direct restorative justice
mediation services in communities across
Alberta... [read more]


Calgary’s YouthLink gets CFF grant
The most recent Civil Forfeiture Fund grants
support 15 projects across Alberta including a
grant to Calgary’s YouthLink Interpretive Centre
for $500,000 over two years... [read more]


Financial benefits for victims of violence
Victims who’ve suffered physical or emotional
injury as a result of a violent crime may be
eligible for a one-time financial benefit…
[read more]