It can provide you with payment for reasonable expenses resulting from a violent crime.*
While compensation may not address all of the concerns a victim may have, it may help recover some of the expenses related to the crime.
Property crimes are not covered by Victims Compensation.
*Eligible offences as identified in the Victims of Crime Regulations, 1997
Victim Impact Statements
Victim Impact Statements are your opportunity to tell the courts how a crime has affected you emotionally, physically and financially.
These forms are available at your local RCMP detachment or you can contact us and we can mail or email you one as well.
We will assist you in filling these forms out.
Court Support & Victim Witness
Victim Services will help you navigate the court system which can be overwhelming and confusing for you and your loved ones.
Victim Witness Services provides children and vulnerable persons with court support and orientation.
We work with two Victim Witness programs in our area, North Battleford and Saskatoon
Saskatchewan is the first province in Canada to introduce legislation that allows police to release information about someone's violent/abusive past to intimate partners who may be at risk!
Public Legal Education Association
The Public Legal Education Association (PLEA) is a non-profit, non-government organization that educates and informs the people of Saskatchewan about the law and the legal system!