Victim of a crime?

Get Assistance.

Alberta Police Based Victim Service Programs offer information, support and local referrals for victims of crime and tragedy in accordance with the provincial guidelines outlined in the Victims of Crime Act and the Victims of Crime Protocol  and The Canadian Victims Bill of Rights 



All Alberta police-based victim service programs utilize the services of highly trained volunteers to provide a 24/7 response to victims of crime and tragedy. Volunteers may provide a continuum of services, from the time of first response by police to the final disposition of the case by the courts.



Volunteer Information






Volunteers are critical to the ongoing success of the agency. Without the dedication, commitment and hard work of volunteers, the organization would be unable to fulfill its mission and mandate.









Programs and Services


Justice Programs & Services

Help, financial assistance, and restitution for victims of crime, and grants and training for victim services providers.


National Online Resources

Canadian resource center for victims of crime – ensuring equitable treatment of crime victims in Canada.


International Sites

Founded in 1975, NOVA is the oldest national victim assistance organization of its type in the United States and is the recognized leader in victim advocacy, education and credentialing.


Federal Government

At CSC, we are committed to ensuring that victims of crime have an effective voice in the federal correctional and justice system.

We want to make sure that victims are treated with compassion, fairness, and respect.


Non Profit & Charitable Groups

Contains general information about community, health, social, and government services across the province of Alberta


First Nations

Information and locations for First Nations victim services.

Find Your Local Unit


         The ABPVSA is supported through the Government of Alberta Victims of Crime Fund.