Who are we?
We are caring members of our community who have volunteered our time to receive extensive training and invest themselves working towards a better, more caring community. We support our local Police Service and care deeply about the victims of crime and other traumatic events in our community. We are here to help.
Have you been a victim of crime?
Here is a printable version of the forms that are exclusively for victims of crime and their family.
What do we do?
- Provide Information
- Advocacy and Support
We Provide Information On:
- Police & court procedures
- Case specifics
- Court dates, procedures & dispositions
- The criminal justice system
- The rights of the victim
- Services available to the victim
- Crime prevention
Advocacy and Support
- Provide a liaison to enhance communication with the police
- Support at the time of court
- Assisting in the prompt return of property to victims
- Provide court preparation and support
- Advise the victims of available resources
- Referral to appropriate resources and helping access these services
- Accessing the criminal justice system
- Applying for Peace Bonds and legal assistance
- Applying for Victims Compensation & Victims Restitution
- With filling out Victim Impact Statements
- 18 years of age or older
- Ability to work with all kinds of people
- Sign a one year contract committing to a minimum of 4 hours per week
- Pass a police security clearance and sign an oath of secrecy
- Complete an initial training program
- Have a genuine interest in helping victims of crime and other traumatic events in the City of Prince Albert
Contact Victim Services at 953-4357(HELP) for more information.
Provincial Contact: Ministry of Justice & Attorney General (306) 787-3500