- Data Source: JUSTIN
- Data extracted from JUSTIN: July 4, 2017
- Fiscal Year is based on the date all counts were concluded in JUSTIN
- Each prosecution per person is considered to be concluded when a final court decision (or SOP) has been reached.
- A concluding finding on a matter indicates that all the counts that were alledged in relation to that file were concluded.
- Stay numbers many be slightly inflated as some matters that have an SOP disposition may actually be PNI (Proceeded on a New Information). When SOP is used in JUSTIN instead of PNI there is no way to tell these files apart when looking at aggregate data.
- BCPS files only
The information presented should be considered as estimates, at the point in time in which the report was created. As a result of ongoing data entry and maintenance, this information is subject to change slightly if extracted from the system at a future date.
The Justice Information System (JUSTIN) is an itegrated case management system which means that information about each case is entered only once, and is re-used by various justice agencies as the case moves from initiation through to disposition. JUSTIN supports the core business functions in criminal case processing and is used by RCMP, municipal police, Crown Counsel and Criminal Courts registry staff, Sheriff, Probation Services, Victim/Witness Services, Trial Schedulers, Judicial Case Managers and Corrections staff and some other Justice System partners.