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Help from Victim Service Units and Agencies

The Victim Services program works closely with police and assist victims in the immediate aftermath of a crime or tragedy and throughout the criminal justice process.

Services offered, provided by staff and volunteers, include:

  • crisis intervention
  • information
  • support
  • referrals to other specialized programs and services

Please note that some police jurisdictions do not have access to Police-based Victim Services Programs. If this is the case in your area, you may wish to refer to a nearby program to see if they are able to assist you. Police-based Victim Services are currently being expanded province-wide, and new police jurisdictions will be added to this list as services come available.


1. Policed-based Victim Services Programs

Policed-based Victim Services Programs Police Jurisdictions 

Phone Number
Battlefords Victim Services

  • Battlefords Municipal RCMP
  • Battlefords Rural RCMP
  • Cut Knife RCMP
  • Glaslyn RCMP
  • Moosomin/Saulteaux RCMP

Gateway Regional Victim Services 
  • Big River RCMP
  • Blaine Lake RCMP
  • Green Lake RCMP
  • Loon Lake RCMP
  • Meadow Lake RCMP
  • Pierceland RCMP
  • Prince Albert RCMP
  • Rosthern RCMP
  • Shellbrook RCMP
  • Spiritwood RCMP
  • Wakaw RCMP
Midwest Victim Services

  • Lloydminster Municipal RCMP
  • Lloydminster Rural RCMP
  • Maidstone RCMP
  • Onion Lake RCMP
  • St. Walburg RCMP
  • Thunderchild Reserve RCMP
  • Turtleford  RCMP

Moose Jaw and District Victim Services

  • Moose Jaw Police Service
  • Moose Jaw RCMP

North Sask Victim Services

  • Beauval RCMP - 306-288-6406
  • Birch Narrows RCMP
  • Buffalo Narrows RCMP - 306-235-4910
  • Buffalo River RCMP
  • Canoe Lake RCMP - 306-829-5673
  • Creighton RCMP - 306-688-8201
  • Deschambault Lake RCMP
  • English River RCMP
  • Fond du Lac RCMP
  • Ile-a-la-Crosse RCMP - 306-833-6309
  • La Loche RCMP - 306-822-1888
  • La Ronge RCMP - 306-425-4378
  • Montreal Lake RCMP
  • Pelican Narrows RCMP
  • Pinehouse RCMP
  • Sandy Bay RCMP - 306-754-4606
  • Southend RCMP
  • Stanley Mission RCMP
  • Stony Rapids/Black Lake RCMP - 306-439-2090
  • Waskesiu RCMP
  • Wollaston Lake RCMP

Northeast Regional Victim Services

  • Carrot River RCMP
  • Cumberland House RCMP
  • Hudson Bay RCMP
  • Kelvington RCMP
  • Melfort RCMP
  • Naicam RCMP
  • Nipawin RCMP
  • Porcupine Plain RCMP
  • Red Earth RCMP
  • Rose Valley RCMP
  • Shoal Lake RCMP
  • Smeaton RCMP
  • Tisdale RCMP
  • Yellowquill RCMP

Parkland Victims Services

  •  Broadview RCMP
  • Canora RCMP
  • Cowessess, Kahkewistahaw RCMP
  • Esterhazy RCMP
  • Kamsack RCMP
  • Kamsack RCMP
  • Kipling RCMP
  • Melville RCMP
  • Moosomin RCMP
  • Pelly RCMP
  • Wadena RCMP
  • Wynyard RCMP
  • Yorkton Municipal RCMP
  • Yorkton Rural RCMP

Prince Albert Victim Services

  •  Prince Albert Police Service

Regina Region Victim Services

  • Avonlea RCMP
  • Balcarres RCMP 
  • File Hills FN Police Service
  • Fort Qu’Appelle RCMP
  • Indian Head RCMP
  • Lumsden RCMP
  • Milestone RCMP
  • Punnichy RCMP
  • Regina Rural RCMP 
  • Southey RCMP
  • Standing Buffalo RCMP
  • Strasbourg RCMP

Regina Victim Services

  • Regina Police Service

Sask Central Victim Services

  • Biggar RCMP
  • Corman Park Municipal
  • Craik RCMP
  • Dalmeny Municipal 
  • Humboldt RCMP
  • Kindersley RCMP
  • Luseland Municipal
  • Macklin RCMP
  • Martensville RCMP 
  • Outlook RCMP
  • Rosetown RCMP
  • Saskatoon Rural RCMP
  • Unity RCMP
  • Vanscoy Municipal
  • Warman RCMP
  • Watrous RCMP

Saskatoon Victim Services  
  •  Saskatoon Police Service
South West Victim Services

  • Assiniboia RCMP
  • Cabri RCMP
  • Consul RCMP 
  • Gravelbourg RCMP
  • Gull Lake RCMP 
  • Kyle RCMP
  • Leader RCMP
  • Mankota RCMP
  • Maple Creek RCMP
  • Morse RCMP
  • Ponteix RCMP
  • Swift Current Municipal RCMP
  • Swift Current Rural RCMP
  • Shaunavon RCMP
  • Val Marie RCMP

South East Regional Victim Services

  • Carlyle RCMP
  • Carnduff RCMP
  • Coronach RCMP
  • Estevan Police Service
  • Estevan Rural RCMP
  • Fillmore RCMP - CD
  • Radville RCMP – CD
  • Stoughton RCMP
  • Weyburn Police Service
  • Weyburn Rural RCMP


2. Community-based Programs

There are also a number of specialized community-based programs such as, victims of domestic violence or sexual abuse.

Regina Sexual Assault Centre
1830 MacKay Street, Regina, SK  S4N 6R4
Phone: (306) 522-2777   Fax: (306) 522-5070
24-hour Sexual Assault Line: (306) 352-0434

Saskatoon Sexual Assault and Information Centre
201-506, 25th Street East, Saskatoon, SK   S7K 4A7
Phone: (306) 244-2294   Fax: (306) 244-6099

Street Worker's Advocacy Project
1355 Albert Street Regina, SK  S4R 2R6
Phone: (306) 525-1722  Fax: (306)525-0641


3. Domestic Violence Victim Services Programs

Battlefords Domestic Violence Treatment Option Court - Victim Services
Battlefords Victim Services
1052 - 101st Street, North Battleford, SK S9A 0Z3
Phone: (306) 446-1551  Fax: (306) 446-1638

Regina Domestic Violence Victim Services
Family Service Regina
200 - 1440 Broadway Avenue, Regina, SK S4P 1E2
Phone: (306) 757-6675  Fax: (306) 757-0133

Saskatoon Domestic Violence Court Caseworkers
Family Service Saskatoon
259A - 3rd Avenue South, Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M3
Phone: (306) 975-8212  Fax: (306) 657-8634


4. Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are essential to Police-based Victim Services Programs, as volunteer victim support workers provide the majority of the direct services to victims. Volunteers are security-cleared by the police and receive extensive training prior to working with victims. If you are interested in making a positive contribution to your community through a rewarding volunteer experience, or have any questions about volunteer opportunities, please contact the Police-based Victim Services Program nearest you.

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