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Help for Indigenous Victims of Crime

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Justice works with a number of community-based programs to offer many services specifically developed to support Indigenous victims of crime.

Indigenous Family Violence Programs

There are a number of programs aimed to help Indigenous families living in urban areas deal with violence and abuse:

Circle Project Association
1102-8th Avenue, Regina, SK  S4R 1C9
Phone: 306-347-7515   Fax: 306-347-7519

Indian – Metis Friendship Centre of Prince Albert
1409 1st Avenue East, Prince Albert, SK  S6V 2B2
Phone: 306-764-3431   Fax: 306-763-3205

Kanaweyimik Child and Family Services
Box 1270, 91-23rd Street West, Battleford, SK  S0M 0E0
Phone: 306-445-3500   Fax: 306-445-2533

Prince Albert Grand Council Holdings Inc.
851 - 23rd Street West, Prince Albert, SK  S6V 4M4
Phone: 306-953-7283   Fax: 306-763-6611

Saskatoon Indian Metis Friendship Centre
168 Wall Street, Saskatoon, SK  S7K 1N4
Phone: 306-244-0174   Fax: 306-664-2536

108 - 345 Broadway Avenue West, Yorkton, SK  S3N 0G9
Phone: 306-782-0673   Fax: 306-782-0674

Indigenous Resource Officer Program

This program helps Indigenous victims of crime and their families by providing services such as information, support and referral.

There are six Indigenous Resource Officer Programs in the province: Regina, Saskatoon, North Battleford, Prince Albert, La Ronge and Yorkton. In each location, the Indigenous Resource Officers work with the Ministry of Justice, the police and the Indigenous community. They provide prevention and early intervention services and also help ensure that Indigenous victims and their families receive culturally sensitive information and support during their involvement in the criminal justice process.

Battlefords Indigenous Resource Officer Program
RCMP Battlefords City Detachment
1052 - 101st Street, North Battleford, SK  S9A 0Z3
Phone: 306-446-1552   Fax: 306-446-1638

North Sask Indigenous Resource Officer Program
Neeheethow RCMP Station
401 - 101 Indian Reserve, Box 690, La Ronge, SK  S0J 1L0
Phone: 306-425-3236   Fax: 306-425-6451

Parkland Indigenous Resource Officer Program
RCMP Yorkton Rural and Broadview Detachments
15 Palliser Way, Yorkton, SK  S3N 1C1
Phone: 306-786-2416   Fax: 306-786-2415

Prince Albert Indigenous Resource Officer Program
Prince Albert Police Service
45-15th Street West, Prince Albert, SK  S6V 3P4
Phone: 306-953-4259   Fax: 306-764-0011

Regina Indigenous Resource Officer Program
Regina Police Service
1717 Osler Street, Box 196, Regina, SK  S4P 2Z8
Phone: 306-777-6583/6296   Fax: 306-777-6387

Saskatoon Indigenous Resource Officer Program
Saskatoon Police Service
76 25th Street East Saskatoon, SK  S7K 3R6
Phone: 306-975-1412/8329   Fax: 306-975-8406

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