Criminal Code Review Board
A Review Board shall be established or designated for each province to make or review dispositions concerning any accused in respect of whom a verdict of not criminally responsible by reason of mental disorder or unfit to stand trial is rendered., and shall consist of not fewer than five members appointed by the lieutenant governor in council of the province.
The Review Board shall consist of not fewer than five members appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council of the province.
A Review Board must have at least one member who is entitled under the laws of a province to practise psychiatry and, where only one member is so entitled, at least one other member must have training and experience in the field of mental health, and be entitled under the laws of a province to practise medicine or psychology. The chairperson of a Review Board shall be a judge of the Federal Court or of a superior, district or county court of a province, or a person who is qualified for appointment to, or has retired from, such a judicial office.
Work & Experience Requirements
Statutory Nomination Requirements
The Lieutenant Governor in Council shall appoint all members.
Traditional Nomination Requirements
Chair - $161/diem and Members - $109/diem.
Anticipated Time Commitments