Questionnaire for Victims of Crime and Trauma

The Bow Valley Victim Services Association, in conjunction with the Alberta Police Based Victim Services Association is undertaking a very exciting project – asking victims of crime and trauma across Alberta if the services we provided were of help and met their needs. But for this project to succeed, we need your help. We are therefore inviting … Continue reading Questionnaire for Victims of Crime and Trauma

Medicine Hat Police Victim Service Victim Assistance Unit – seeking volunteers!

  Medicine Hat Police Service Victim Assistance Unit is seeking new volunteers to take on a variety of jobs supporting victims.  Our next volunteer intake starts January 2017.  A public information session will be held January 17 at 6 p.m., Medicine Hat Police Service Community Board Room. If this is something you might be interested … Continue reading Medicine Hat Police Victim Service Victim Assistance Unit – seeking volunteers!

KARE Victim Services: Job Posting Full-time Coordinator

KARE Victim Services Society is looking for a full-time Coordinator (40 hours/week) Mission Statement KARE Victim Services provide information, referrals and support to those affected by the murder or disappearance of vulnerable persons Answering to the Executive Director and working with the RCMP KARE Unit, Historical Homicide, Missing Persons and Major Crime Units. This position will provide … Continue reading KARE Victim Services: Job Posting Full-time Coordinator

Court Preparation Resource – 2015 – Update 2016 February

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

Media Release re: Auditor General’s Report into VOCF – February 11, 2016

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