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If you’ve been a victim of crime, help is available through your local victim services unit.

What's important to know

  • anyone can be a victim of crime
  • a victim is a person who's suffered physical or emotional harm, property damage, or economic loss as a result of a crime 


Victim services units

Victim services units are staffed with trained, caring people who’ll treat you with courtesy, compassion and respect.

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Services

Victim services units can provide you with information support and referral help throughout the criminal justice process. This includes helping you with:

Victims of Crime Protocol

This guide explains what victims can expect from the justice system and what programs are available to them.

Victims of Crime Protocol - 7  MB Download Adobe Acrobat Reader

Victims of Crime Handbook

This handbook – a simplified version of the ‘Victims of Crime Protocol’is available in 13 languages:

English - 477 KB Download Adobe Acrobat Reader
French  -  238 KB Download Adobe Acrobat Reader
Amharic - 1.32 MB Download Adobe Acrobat Reader
Arabic - 1.08 MB Download Adobe Acrobat Reader
Chinese Simplified - 612 KB Download Adobe Acrobat Reader
Chinese Traditional - 737 KB Download Adobe Acrobat Reader  
Kiswahili - 249 KB Download Adobe Acrobat Reader
Kurdish  -  151 KB Download Adobe Acrobat Reader
Punjabi - 1.26 MB Download Adobe Acrobat Reader
Somali - 191 KB Download Adobe Acrobat Reader
Spanish - 210 KB Download Adobe Acrobat Reader
Tigrigna - 1.61 MB Download Adobe Acrobat Reader
Vietnamese - 461 KB Download Adobe Acrobat Reader