Community Services & Programs

Victim Services

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Burnaby RCMP’s Victim Services Unit provides support, practical assistance, information and resources to anyone who has been impacted by crime or trauma.

Victim Services is a free service that provides police-initiated crisis intervention support 24 hours a day.

Victim Services staff are committed to providing support services in a professional and sensitive manner while adhering to all mandated polices, guidelines and procedures. Staff are available in office 7 days a week.

If you require assistance for general inquiries or resources, please contact us at 604-646-9700 or email

If you are in immediate danger, call 9-1-1.

Programs offered by Victim Services

Crisis intervention

If you have been involved in a crisis situation you may feel overwhelmed and unclear on what your next steps should be. Victim Services can support and assist in providing you with information and resources.

Emotional support

People may experience adverse reactions as a response to trauma. As each individuals experience differs, our staff will take the time to assess your needs with compassion, empathy and professionalism. Our staff can provide you with support and information on what to expect when you are dealing with a traumatic event.

Information resources

Provide information on the Victim Bill of Rights, Victims of Crime Act, Criminal Justice information, court and police file updates, and local resources.

Practical assistance

Assist with safety planning, securing a space in a transition house, completing Crime Victim Assistance Program application and Victim Impact Statements.

Court support

Staff can assist in providing court updates, release conditions, court orientation, accompaniment and information regarding testimonial aids.



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