Provincial Offences Administration Profile

The Provincial Offences Administration Office is responsible for the administration and prosecution of offences under the Provincial Offences Act which includes the Highway Traffic Act, Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act, City By-laws, Building Code, Environmental charges, Occupational Health and Safety and Workplace Safety Insurance Board charges.  There are approximately forty enforcement agencies filing charges in our courts.

Service Details

Related Subservices

  • Court Support and Prosecution

Type of Service

  • Public facing

Rationale

  • Essential/Mandatory, Legislated requirement
  • Required pursuant to the Provincial Offences Act

Primary Funding Sources

  • User fees
  • This service is a net revenue source and reduces the net levy.

Service Level

  • At standard - Provincial Offences Administration meets the Council approved service level

Service Level Source

  • Legislated

 

Performance Measures

2018


How Much Did You Do? (volume)

  • Number of Charges Filed (January to March): 77,861
  • Early Resolution Part 1 Scheduled (January to March): 14%
    (Percent resulted in a request for an Early Resolution Meeting with a prosecutor)

How Much Did You Do? (volume)

  • Number of Charges Filed: 77,861
  • Early Resolution Part 1 Scheduled: 15%
    (Percent resulted in a request for an Early Resolution Meeting with a prosecutor)

How Much Did You Do? (volume)

  • Number of Charges Filed: 83,818
  • Early Resolution Part 1 Scheduled: 17%
    (Percent resulted in a request for an Early Resolution Meeting with a prosecutor)

How Much Did You Do? (volume)

  • Number of Charges Filed: 86,048
  • Early Resolution Part 1 Scheduled: 16%
    (Percent resulted in a request for an Early Resolution Meeting with a prosecutor)

Strategic Plan Priority - Our People & Performance