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    Minister Kaycee Madu

    Kaycee Madu was sworn in as Minister of Justice and Solicitor General on August 25, 2020.

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Alberta is adding more than 500 RCMP positions in rural communities and fostering new public safety partnerships with municipalities.

Alberta is strengthening protections for law-abiding Albertans and their property to help combat rural crime.

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Our responsibilities

Promoting safe communities by:

  • providing custodial and community supervision
  • prosecuting serious and violent crime cases

Improving access to justice by:

  • sharing information to help resolve legal issues
  • providing legal representation for those in need

Providing legal and strategic services to government by:

  • representing ministries in matters before the courts and tribunals
  • drafting public government bills, regulations and Orders in Council

In focus

Budget 2021

Alberta’s budget is focused on protecting lives and livelihoods, investing in health care, preparing for recovery and spending responsibly.

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Report a poacher

Play a role in protecting our fish and wildlife resources and natural surroundings by reporting suspicious or illegal activity.

Rural Crime Announcement

The province is standing up for rural Albertans by acting on concerns to deter crime, reinforce property rights and give victims a stronger voice in the justice system.

Clare's Law

People at risk of domestic violence have the right to get information about potentially harmful intimate partners. Read about Clare's Law in Alberta.

Latest news

  • Jun 11, 2021

    The new Alberta Security Infrastructure Program will help protect targets of hate-motivated crime with funding for security upgrades.

  • Jun 10, 2021

    Alberta’s government is targeting hate-motivated crimes and racism with new law enforcement resources and a fresh approach to working with affected communities to ensure Albertans of racialized backgrounds are protected and heard.

  • Jun 07, 2021

    Alberta’s legislature will debate a potential referendum question asking Albertans if they think the principle of equalization payments should be removed from Canada’s Constitution.

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