The Public Legal Education and Information Service of New Brunswick (PLEIS-NB) is continuing its
work with schools this year in providing information on youth justice. In addition, they would like
to let teachers know about the wide range of free publications that are available on bullying, family
issues, dating violence, sexual assault, consumer credit, women's issues, family violence, language
The new Youth Criminal Justice Act is the cornerstone of a new system aimed at not just punishing youth crime, but
also working preventatively and restoratively to remedy the underlying causes. PLEIS-NB has developed a number of
publications, videos and teaching guides designed to educate young people, their parents and youth serving agencies
about their roles in the new Youth Criminal Justice System. A Youth Justice Project Coordinator and Pro Bono law
students are available to speak to students about the laws that govern them and the consequences of crime.
Further information is available by calling 453-5369 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.