File XIV-3-21-11-2 - Access Project slides

Boy and councellor Young offenders being searched by police Girl stealing a record Boys attempting to break into a car Girl preparing to steal a record Police officer speaking to young offenders Unidentified crest Boy opening car door County of Waterloo Court House View of downtown Kitchener Young offenders attempting to flee Police officer speaking to young offenders Car, building, and men on Parliament Hill Boys opening apartment door View of downtown Kitchener
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CA MAO XIV-3-21-11-2


Access Project slides


  • 1977 (Creation)

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44 photographs : col. slides

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Transferred from Mennonite Central Committee Ontario

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The Access Project was a program of community education in cooperation with the Victim-Offender Reconciliation Project (VORP) of Mennonite Central Committee Ontario and the Ontario Ministry of Corrections. The program ran from 1977-1980. In 1977, the Access Project created two educational slide shows, one on "The Law, Crime and the Administration of Justice" and another on "Juvenile Delinquency." Slides were also taken for use in displays and for a television series on "Crime and the Community."
The slides in this file are assumed to have been created for the above purposes. The slides came to the Archives in no particular order, and may have been used for more than one presentation. No scripts for the slideshows have been located.

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