Lytton Restorative Justice, Prevention & Education Program

Providing options, solutions and choices for a better future.     

Community partners can help you get free legal information, connect with Legal Aid and connect you with people who can help. 

We do not provide any legal advice or representation. 

Legal Aid Eligibility varies, please feel free to meet with or contact Olivia Brown to discuss your possible eligibility. 

Report to your probation officer (Jon Jordan) as directed. 

Please phone 250.378.9354 or 250.315.3197 for check in.

Thank you. 

Contact information you may need:

Kamloops Probation:



Jon Jordan (Probation Officer):


Kamloops Legal Aid:


Victim Services:


KUU-US Crisis Services 

(24 hr)



Duty Counsel:

We would advise you to speak to Duty Counsel if you are denied Legal Aid and if you can not afford to pay for your own lawyer. 

B.C. First Nations Court

B.C. First Nations Court Focuses on community and healing. It gives everyone involved a chance to be heard. The main goal of First Nations Court is to strengthen and heal you and your community.

First Nations Court Locations In B.C.?
  • North Vancouver
  • Duncan
  • Kamloops
  • Merritt
  • New Westminster

Looking to transfer your case to First Nations Court?

These Courts handle:
  • bail hearings
  • sentencing hearings

Conditions for possibly transferring your case to First Nations Court:
  • If you self-identify as Indigenous
  • I you're pleading guilty to a criminal case

Who Can Help?

Friendship Centers may be able to help you.


Call: 211

For free confidential referrals to help, and information.

Brydges Line:

Brydges Line is a province-wide toll-free telephone service available 

24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

You can call to speak to a lawyer if you're:

  • - arrested;
  • - detained; and
  • - under active investigation by the police or another law enforcement agency for a criminal offence and in custody, but you are not yet charged, and you need emergency legal services.

Brydges Line services are available at:

1-866-458-5500 (call no charge)

If you know someone in custody at a police lock-up who is awaiting a bail hearing, they can get legal advice over the phone during the evenings and on weekends and holidays.

Advice counsel services are available by calling: 


(no charge from anywhere in BC)


Mon to Fri — 6 pm to 10 pm

Weekends and statutory holidays 

- 8 am to 10 pm

Lawyers do not conduct teleconference bail hearings.

Police should fax the proposed "conditions of release" to the lawyer at 1-866-639-5733.

Lytton Restorative Justice, Prevention & Education Program are Proud Partners with Legal Aid Society of BC

Publications can be found in our office.

Weblinks we support and use to better help our clients:

My Law BC 

Aboriginal Legal Aid in BC

Legal Services Society

Family Law in BC