We are available to assist victims and witnesses of crime and traumatic events by providing crisis intervention, information, support, referrals & court services, and assistance with Victim Impact Statements & Victims Compensation applications.
The Canadian Victims Bill of Rights provides clear rights for victims of crime during every step in the criminal justice process. Under the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights victims of crime have the rights to information, protection and participation, and the right to seek restitution. They also have the right to make a complaint if they believe that their rights have not been respected.
We are always looking for volunteers! If you are interested in becoming a volunteer with Regina Region Victim Services Inc., please contact us. All volunteers must be 18 years of age or older, have no criminal record, pass the RCMP Enhanced Reliability clearance, have access to a motor vehicle and possess good communication and interpersonal skills. Volunteers will attend training prior to start-up, as well as ongoing training sessions.