2 edition of status of victim/witness services in Vancouver, British Columbia found in the catalog.
status of victim/witness services in Vancouver, British Columbia
Carol A. McClenahan
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Carol A. McClenahan.|
|Series||User report / Programs Branch -- no. 1985-48, User report -- no. 1985-48.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 140, 4, 49 p.|
|Number of Pages||140|
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They mostly provide services to victims of family and sexual violence. You do not have to report to the police to access community-based victim services. To find out what services are available call VictimLinkBC at VictimLink BC is a toll-free, confidential telephone service available across B.C.
and Yukon 24 hours a day, 7 days. It was this need for a common, united voice, that the B.C. Association of Police-Affiliated Victim-Witness Services (BCAPAVWS) emerged. Inthe Association was incorporated and became a registered charity. The association underwent a formal named change in and is now known as Police Victim Services of British Columbia or PVSBC.
Victim services are available to anyone who has been a victim of crime in British Columbia. It is not necessary for you to report the crime to police to access these services. Reporting a Crime. If you are unsure about whether or not to report a crime or would like to talk to someone, you can call VictimLinkBC.
It is a hour, B.C. toll- free. VictimLinkBC is a toll-free, confidential, multilingual telephone service available across B.C. and the Yukon 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at Victim Services. The Victim Services Unit (VSU) strives to provide victims, witnesses, and their family members with professional, supportive, and timely assistance, to lessen the impact of crime and trauma.
As a victim of crime, you have certain rights under the BC Victims of Crime Act and the federal Canadian Victim Bill of Rights. Victim Service Programs are located within RCMP Detachments across British Columbia.
These programs are integrated into frontline operations at detachments, working in partnership with police officers to provide critical services to victims and witnesses of crime and trauma. Vancouver police have released proposed guidelines for officers on interacting with undocumented immigrants, in an effort to ensure migrants can access police services without fear of deportation.
CVAP is part of a network of victim service programs throughout BC. For more information visit: or call British Columbians who wish further information about the criminal justice system and resources may go to Richmond RCMP Victim/Witness Services recruits new volunteers annually.
The "access without fear" policy directs officers to not ask for information about the immigration status of a witness, complainant or victim, unless there is a legitimate reason to do so. If you need a lawyer but can’t afford one try: Legal Aid.
Free legal aid services are available to eligible low-income applicants. Look for the number of the nearest legal aid office in the white pages of your local phone book under ‘Legal aid’ or call the Legal Services Society Call Centre at () (in the Lower Mainland) or (toll free, outside the Lower.
There are over 90 Police-Based Victim Service (PBVS) programs in BC, operating out of RCMP detachments and municipal police departments. These programs work directly with police to provide services to victims of all kinds of crime.
If you contact a PBVS program, you can expect to receive free: Emotional support in person or over the phone. British Columbia's prosecution service is correcting a problem that both critics and a public inquiry have said could have ended Robert.
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British Columbia Victims of Crime Act. The British Columbia Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) provides certain rights to victims of crime, including: the right to be treated with courtesy and respect and without discrimination by all justice system personnel; the right to receive information on the justice system, victim services, and related legislation.
British Columbia Advanced. Organization Search Provides support to individuals for all types of crime in the City of Vancouver, who may or may not have reported the crime to the police, and who may or may not be involved with the criminal justice system. Victim Services Unit. Address: Cambie Street Vancouver, BC V5Z 4N6.
Get. Provide police case updates – including information on the status of the investigation, charges, court dates, bail status and release conditions.; Explain police and court procedures to help better understand the criminal justice system and their role within it.; Court orientation – Provide a tour of the courthouse and a DVD simulation of a trial to assist victims/witnesses in preparing to.
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Victim Services. Central Okanagan RCMP Victim Services (Est. ) aims to help lessen the impact of crime and trauma on victims, witnesses and their friends/families. (How to Reach Us) All services offered by Victim Services are free of are typically referred to us by RCMP, community professionals or they contact us themselves (self-referral) for assistance.
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Temporary Scope of Service Community Based Victim Services continues to provide services remotely through telephone and online means. Please call ext. to speak with the Director of Programs and Services.Given that there is no consistent approach in responding to victims or witnesses with FASD, the Research and Statistics Division, on behalf of the Policy Centre for Victims Issues, Department of Justice Canada, are conducting a research study on the experiences of Victim Services workers with victims and witnesses who have or may have FASD.