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"Victims Deserve to be Heard"
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365 days a year 24 hours a day.
ABOUT VICTIM SERVICES
Beaver County Victim Services staff and Advocates work under the guidance and direction of the RCMP Detachments of Tofield and Viking. We provide support, information and referral services to victims of crime and tragedy. Our services are free and confidential.
Our staff and Volunteer Advocates provide immediate emotional and physical support during a crisis event in a respectful, empathetic, culturally sensitive and non-discriminatory manner. We are guided by a clear code of conduct and bound by a professional code of ethics.
We may talk to you on the telephone, visit you in your home or hospital, accompany you to court or meet you at the scene of an accident, trauma or crime. Our goal is to limit the impact of crime or tragedy through information, referral, support, assistance, community liaison and education.
Our goal is to limit the impact of crime or tragedy through information, referral, support, assistance, community liaison, and education.
WHO WE ARE
We are an organization of Victim Services staff and volunteers who work under the guidance of the RCMP. We strive to help people who are victimized by crime or tragedy.
The effects of crime or tragedy may cause the victim to feel confused, overwhelmed, or distrustful of others. They may experience various physical, emotional, behavioral, and cognitive difficulties.
Support to victims of crime and trauma
24 hour crisis intervention
Crime Prevention Awareness
Information about the Criminal Justice System
Liaison with Police and Crown Prosecutor
Court support and accompaniment
Sudden death support and assistance
Victim and Community Impact Statements
Victims of Crime Financial Benefits Program
5515 49 St.
Tofield, Alberta T0B 4J0
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