About Sask Central
Sask Central Victim Services helps victims of crime and traumatic events throughout the Sask Central Region. This includes 11 RCMP Detachments and 4 Rural Municipal Police Services.
With one Coordinator, one Administrative Assistant, two Assistant Coordinators and a team of Volunteer Support Workers, we serve a vast area of Saskatchewan.
Our Board is a group of three RCMP members and community members from our service area.
How Can Victim Services Help?
Initial trauma crisis support
Listening in a confidential, supportive and non-judgmental way
Helping complete Victim Impact Statements
Helping Apply for Victims Compensation forms (when applicable)
Providing information on the Justice system for those involved in a court matter
Providing Court Updates
Providing court preparation and orientation before a Trial or Preliminary Hearing
Information on Restitution, Compensation and other specialized Victim Services programs
Providing available resource information and materials
Determine client needs for referrals to a variety of community agencies such as Mental Health, support groups, etc.
Referrals to other Victim Services agencies when individuals relocate
Referrals to specialized Victim Service Programs when needed
Assist the client in identifying their needs and working with the community to have those needs met
Advocate on behalf of the client with the Police, Crown Prosecutions, and other agencies
Identifying gaps in services and assessing if and how those gaps can be addressed