Victim Services

Help When You Need It

Sunshine Coast RCMP Victim Services provides information, support and assistance to individuals dealing with the impact of crime and trauma such as assault, sexual assault, break and enter, robbery, fraud or sudden death.

Services are tailored to meet the needs of each client. Program staff strives to minimize the long term impact of crime and trauma through thoughtful and empathetic means and to prevent re-victimization by enhancing the victims understanding of police and court procedures. 

British Columbia Victims of Crime Act

If you are a victim of a crime in British Columbia you have the right to: 

Victim Services

The Government of British Columbia funds 150 Victim Services programs across the province. These programs are staffed by Victim Support Workers who are trained to assist victims and others who have had their lives impacted by crime or other serious trauma. These programs are located in RCMP detachments, municipal police stations, and in non-profit community agencies. All services are provided free of charge.

Victim Support Workers provide, or arrange for:

Our staff and volunteers are familiar with the various agencies in the community that are available to meet your specific needs. We can make referrals to many community services in relation to:


Victim Services and the Common Experience Payments

If you are applying for a Common Experience Payment, Victim Services Workers can help by:

You can reach the Indian Residential Schools Resolution Canada - National Survivors' Support Line, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1-866-925-4419


Help is Only a Phone Call Away

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