Check out the following YouTube Video about Chinook Arch’s victim service dog “Ringo” and a fundraising initiative currently underway! Ringo – YouTube
Statement from the Alberta Police-Based Victim Service Association (APBVSA) regarding the Auditor General’s Report into the Victims of Crime Fund The APBVSA, a non-profit group that supports all 76 police-based programs who in turn provide support to 153 service delivery areas acknowledges the findings of the Auditor General’s Report into the Victims of Crime Fund … Continue reading Media Release re: Auditor General’s Report into VOCF – February 11, 2016
On behalf of Paul Schmidt you are asked to complete the 2016 Personnel Survey. If you encounter problems or have questions here is Paul’s contact information: Jasper Victim Services Coordinator ph: 780-852-2275 f: 780-852-3883 Over the years we have steadily increased the number of responses, and we appreciate your participation as we capture the most … Continue reading 2016 Personnel Survey
Please upgrade your browser To navigate this interactive media, please use the links on the left hand side or the “next & prev” buttons at the bottom right of the interactive media. For the full page, click on link below. http://victimservicesalberta.com/video/story.html As of mid-January 2016 all amendments to the program have been approved in accordance … Continue reading Court Preparation Resource – 2015 – Update 2016 February
Click here for the Government of Canada Overview of the new Canadian Victims Bill of Rights. Canadian Victims Bill of Rights
FEDERAL GRANT APPROVED JANUARY 17, 2016 – Stay tuned for details on roll-out both on email and here on the website! Background The APBVSA has been exploring concerns of how its Program Managers and Program Staff/Advocates have been able to debrief after traumatic occurrences. Information gathered in the Personnel Survey, as well as recent events … Continue reading Provincial Wellness Team Project – APPROVED!