- Lock-ups (St. John’s and Corner Brook): There were 1,671 province-wide admissions for approximately 1,228 clients (*Note: some clients had multiple admissions during the fiscal year).
- Newfoundland and Labrador Youth Centre (NLYC): 301 admissions occurred to overnight, remand and sentenced custody combined. This total decreased by 63 from the previous fiscal year.
- In 2008-09 Fishery Enforcement Officers laid 219 charges for 315 fish related offences against 87 individuals. Inland Fish Enforcement (IFE) officers seized 21 illegal nets, 96 Atlantic salmon, 4 boats and 7 vehicles.
- In 2008-09 IFE Officers also dealt with 357 non-fish related violations under the Wild Life Act, Motorized Snow Vehicles and All Terrain Vehicles Act, etc.
- The total fish and non-fish related violations dealt with by the 2008-2009 IFE team was 672.
- The Legislation portion of the House of Assembly website had 1,024,705 page views from
July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2010.
- Community Corrections: 1,746 individuals were placed on probation supervision. Of these, 322 were subject to Conditional Sentence Orders and 1,424 were subject to Probation Orders.
- Victim Services: 5,414 new referrals were activated in 2008-09. This was an increase of 1,744 referrals from 2007-08.
- In 2008-09 Support Enforcement collected $29.2 million, which is an increase of 7% over last year.
Counsel: Produced the 61
pieces of legislation that passed through the Legislature in 2009 and
the 122 pieces of subordinate legislation that were published in the
Gazette in 2009 affecting the provincial statutes and regulations as
follows: 17 new Statutes; 69 new pieces of subordinate legislation;
86 Statutes amended; 59 pieces of subordinate legislation amended; with 52
Acts and 262 pieces of subordinate legislation being repealed.
- Office of the High Sheriff: 5,238 court orders and money judgments registered. 6,294 requests for document service.
- ATIPP: In 2008-09 the ATIPP Office assisted public bodies in processing 528 access and privacy requests.
- Public Prosecutions: Prosecuted over 8,300 cases from 10 offices throughout the Province.