Who Can Join OCJA?
Full OCJA membership is open to any staff person, employed by a community based organization in Ontario, affiliated within the justice system.
As a member of the Ontario Community Justice Association, you will join a group of professionals who are working to improve community justice. Our members are committed to humane and effective treatment of offenders within the community. By joining a professional association such as OCJA you will add your voice to a progressive collective working towards principles that focus on effective services for offenders. You will also gain provincial representation for issues important to you as a worker within the system. OCJA memberships are offered to individuals and groups interested in and supportive of the purpose and objectives of the Association.
Reasons to Become an OCJA Member
Membership now includes, but is not limited to, the following programs
· Community Service Order
· Bail Programs
· Alternative Measures Programs
· Diversion Programs
· Substance Abuse Education Programs
· Alternative to Custody Programs
· Anger Management Programs
· Anti-Theft Programs
· Substance Abuse Counselling
· Intermittent Programs
· Volunteer Programs
· Victim/Offender Reconciliation Programs
· Life Skills Programs
· Literacy Programs
· Chaplaincy Programs
. Electronic Supervision Program