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Defending your rights

Defending your rights

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If you believe that a child is being mistreated or neglected, or if you believe the child displays serious behavioural problems, you can report it to the Director of Youth Protection (DYP) for your area. If you are not satisfied with the response you receive at this initial stage, you may inform the Commission which will review your request.

The Commission’s role is to oversee and to promote the rights of youth. It receives requests for interventions related to the services provided by any institution, organization or person in charge of ensuring that the rights of a child or a youth who has been the subject of a report or who has been taken in charge under the Youth Protection Act This link will redirect you to an external Website in a new window. or the Youth Criminal Justice Act This link will redirect you to an external Website in a new window. are respected.

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Did you know?

In matters of youth protection, you do not “file a complaint” but rather “make an intervention request”.