What's new

Coordinator – Victim Assistance Unit The Medicine Hat Police Service has a dynamic management position responsible for providing strategic direction, leadership, administration, coordination, training and implementation for the Victim Assistance Unit.  The Victim Assistance Unit provides 24 hour practical and emotional support to victims of crime, accident or other traumatic incidents.  Reporting to the Medicine […]

Read full story →

  Central Alberta Victim & Witness Support Society             Employment Opportunity – Program Assistant/File & Court Support   Full Time (25 – 30 hours per week) 12 month contract position with the possibility of renewal on an annual basis. Salary level is dependent on experience and education. This opportunity may be considered for a job […]

Read full story →

We at the Alberta Police-Based Victim Services Association extend our heartfelt congratulations and gratitude as Edmonton Police Victim Services Unit celebrates their 35 year Anniversary. Thank you to all your volunteers, staff and members of the Edmonton Police Service on their dedication and hard work over the last 35 years. Attached articles highlight their achievements […]

Read full story →

*2014 Alberta Provincial Victim Service Conference Registration for Non-Members is NOW OPEN!!*     The Alberta Provincial Victim Service Conference Committee is extremely proud to share with you the outstanding line up of keynote and workshop presenters that will make the 2014 Alberta Provincial Victim Service Conference the exciting and exceptional event of the year. **Register ASAP to Reserve […]

Read full story →

Position Title and Description:   CIAFV Coordinator (.86 FTE, Fee for Service Contract) Reports to:   CIAFV Leadership Team     Community Initiatives Against Family Violence (CIAFV) is an initiative consisting of agency professionals and community members in the Edmonton area that have an interest in family violence and bullying and are working towards a […]

Read full story →

Keynote Speech – Lt. Wynn motivates his audience to look at domestic violence through the eyes of a twenty-year servant and a ten-year survivor of domestic violence.  He discusses the importance of an ongoing commitment to guaranteeing individual civil rights.  He focuses on addressing: -Why victims are reluctant to report? -Why they stay? -Why offenders […]

Read full story →

For the past few months, we have been learning about CodeSearch, the exciting partnership program that APBVSA has entered into with the Missing Children Society of Canada. We are thrilled to announce that we are now in the second phase of the program roll-out strategy where the technology and systems will be installed. At this […]

Read full story →