Providing assistance, support and referrals to community resources for victims of crime and tragedy.
Registration is now open! The 2017 Victim Services Charity Golf Tournament will be held on August 18 at the Legends Golf & Country Club. You can register at the Fort Saskatchewan RCMP Detachment located at 200 Towncrest Road. Your registration will include 18 holes of golf, power cart, refreshments throughout the course, prizes and lots […]
Register now for the 2016 Victim Services Golf Tournament! You could win $5,000 cash or a trip for 2 to the Master’s in Augusta, Georgia! Help us assist victims and survivors of crime and tragedy in our community. Last year we helped over 500 victims. Supporting our golf tournament allows us to continue to provide […]
It’s April 2016, and it’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This year has been about a social movement around supporting victims, including the hashtag #IBelieveSurvivors on Twitter and unprecedented media coverage. Jian Ghomeshi, Bill Cosby, and many other high-profile cases involving sexual assault have people talking about sexual assault. But what is really being done to […]
Canadian Victim Bill of Rights in Force July 23, 2105 n Alberta and throughout Canada, victims should be treated with courtesy, compassion and respect. Alberta victims already have protection under the Alberta Victims of Crime Act. The Canadian Victims Bill of Rights reinforces Alberta’s Victim of Crime Protocol. The Canadian Victims Bill of Rights comes […]
Victims Week 2015 will take place from April 19-25, 2015 Every year a week in April is dedicated to bring awareness to victims of crimes, and to the services, programs, and laws in place to help victims and their families. This year is all about Shaping the Future Together! This year recognizes that victims […]
A Message from Alberta Justice: Elder abuse is any action or inaction by someone that jeopardizes the health or well-being of an older adult. Elder abuse can take several forms including: financial, emotional, physical, sexual, neglect and medication. June 15 was World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. In support of this important day, the Government of […]
Information from Alberta Justice: ACT Alberta Human Trafficking Initiative ACT Alberta is partnering with PACT Ottawa to deliver education and awareness about human trafficking to truck drivers in Alberta. The TruckSTOP Campaign is an awareness initiative aimed at the ground transportation industry. Truckers are constantly on the road, and are well positioned to witness human […]