Is to assist victims of crime and traumatic events, by providing support, information, and referrals.
- Be 18 years of age or older.
- Have no criminal record.
- Pass the Enhanced Reliability clearance.
- Have access to a motor vehicle.
- Possess good communication and interpersonal skills.
You Will Report to the Regina Region Victim Services Coordinator.
Volunteers will offer the following to victims:
- Emotional and practical support.
- Information on the status of their investigation and the police process.
- Information on court proceedings and the justice process.
- Court orientations and accompaniment to preliminary hearings, trials, etc.
- Crime prevention information.
- Referrals to appropriate agencies.
Volunteers will attend training prior to start-up, as well as ongoing training sessions.
- Work both in the local Detachment office and in the community with victims as necessary.
- Be periodically available for call-out to assist with serious matters as they occur.
- Become acquainted with police and justice system procedures.
- Familiarize self with other available agencies, and what they offer.
- Liaise with police and community agencies in order to fulfill casework requirements.
- Maintain accurate and complete documentation of tasks performed.
- Ensure confidentiality of all Victim Services and police information.
- Attend Victim Services training sessions as scheduled.
Two hours per week, for a minimum of one year.
Call 306-781-5065 for any assistance, please submit forms to firstname.lastname@example.org