Ministry of The Attorney General - Vote 708

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The Expenditure Estimates are available in PDF and HTML versions. The PDF version is a format reflecting the true printed version. The HTML version is an accessible format.

VICTIM SERVICES PROGRAM - VOTE 306

This program provides services to victims in the criminal justice system and administers funding for community based assistance and referral services. The Office for Victims of Crime and the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board are agencies included in this program.

VICTIM SERVICES PROGRAM 306 - Summary

VOTE and item
Accrual 2003-04 Estimates
PROGRAM AND ACTIVITIES
Cash 2002-03 Estimates
Cash 2001-02 Actual
$
$
$
306
VICTIMS’ SERVICES PROGRAM
OPERATING
       
1
47,736,800
Victims’ Services Program Management10
35,126,100
28,771,664
2
11,119,700
Victim Witness Assistance11
11,422,000
8,919,413
3
20,345,500
Criminal Injuries Compensation Board12
20,366,800
20,075,024
79,202,000
Total Operating
66,914,900
57,766,101
60,800,000
Less: Special Warrants Amount to be Voted
25,000,000
-
18,402,000
Amount to be voted
41,914,900
57,766,101

NOTE: Commencing in 2003-04, Estimates are presented on the accrual basis of accounting. Information for 2002-03 and earlier years is presented on the modified cash basis, and therefore comparison between 2003-04 and earlier year figures may not be meaningful. Differences between cash and accrual relate to adjustments such as timing of transfer payments and provisions for bad debts, that would increase or decrease the 2002-03 amounts had they been presented on the accrual basis.

Adjustments for this Ministry, if any, are indicated by superscripted references above and are explained on the page following the Ministry Summary - Reconciliation of 2002-03 Estimates from Cash to Accrual.

VICTIM SERVICES PROGRAM - Standard Accounts Classification

OPERATING    
Victims’ Services Program Management (306-1)  
$
Salaries and wages   4,829,100
Employee benefits   695,500
Transportation and communication   857,600
Services   5,242,800
Supplies and equipment   254,900
Transfer payments
$
 
Community Coordinating Committees 794,900  
Grants for Victim Crisis Assistance and Referral Services (including Northern Strategy) 7,872,800  
Grants for Partner Assault Response Programs 7,226,700  
Grants for Victims Justice Community 500,000  
Violence Awareness Program 101,400  
Special Victims’ Projects 540,000  
Grants for Sexual Assault Initiatives 9,601,100  
Service Plan for Francophone Women 600,000  
Grant Program to Combat Elder Abuse 820,000  
Community Service Improvement Grants 700,000  
Research and Revictimization Prevention Projects Grant Program 700,000  
Police-Linked Community Victims’ Services Program 2,350,000  
Community Projects Grant Program 2,050,000  
Demonstration Projects Grant Program 2,000,000  
    35,856,900
    47,736,800
Victim Witness Assistance (306-2)    
Salaries and wages  
8,267,800
Employee benefits  
1,185,000
Transportation and communication  
401,000
Services  
964,100
Supplies and equipment  
276,800
Transfer payments  
Special Child Witness Service (Toronto)  
25,000
   
11,119,700
Criminal Injuries Compensation Board (306-3)  
Salaries and wages  
1,975,400
Employee benefits  
255,200
Transportation and communication  
177,300
Services  
761,500
Supplies and equipment  
159,500
Transfer payments    
Compensation to Victims of Crime  
17,016,600
   
20,345,500
Total Operating for Victims’ Services Program  
79,202,000