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Guidelines

March 18, 2021

Guidelines For Professional Regulatory Bodies

Guidelines for Professional Regulatory Bodies Discipline decisions, and other discipline related documents, published on the websites of professional regulatory bodies may contain sensitive personal information or personal health information, including information such as alleged wrongdoings, opinions about members and physical and mental health information. Professional regulatory bodies in Saskatchewan may be subject to access and... read more

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March 18, 2021

Guidance for the Use of Body Worn Cameras

This guidance document aims to identify some of the privacy considerations law enforcement authorities should take into account when deciding whether to outfit law enforcement officers with body-worn cameras. Also described is the privacy framework that should be part of any law enforcement body-worn camera program in order to ensure compliance with Canada’s personal information... read more

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March 18, 2021

Guidelines For Arbitrators In Saskatchewan

Guidelines for Arbitrators in Saskatchewan Guidelines for Arbitrators in Saskatchewan Balancing Openness and Transparency with the Protection of Personal Information and Personal Health Information The Role of Arbitration Arbitration is a form of dispute resolution. It is used to resolve legal disputes where a neutral party, an arbitrator or arbitration tribunal is engaged to come... read more

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March 18, 2021

Yes, You Can

The Advocate for Children and Youth and the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Saskatchewan have worked together to develop this resource to clarify some common misunderstandings about privacy related to child protection and reporting. This resource aims to dispel the myths about sharing information with child protection workers and peace officers. Yes, You Can read more

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