About

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Non-Profit

SRVSS  is a non-profit, volunteer based organization that provides 24 hour crisis response and support to victims of crime and/or tragedy through the RCMP.

Mission

Our Mission is to respect the victims we support by providing a compassionate response, to the trauma experienced,

providing practical assistance  & information on victims' rights & the appropriate referrals necessary to help reduce the negative impact of victimization.

Local Area

Supported and operated within the Strathmore RCMP Detachment, SRVSS assists individuals within the Strathmore, Chestermere and Gleichen detachments and surrounding districts

Information and support

We provide follow-up support through telephone contact with victims of personal crime or tragedy providing case and court updates and information; emotional support and referrals to community agencies for counseling, bereavement and other appropriate supports.

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Court Preparation & Accompaniment

SRVSS also provides information on the criminal justice system through court updates; court orientation for victims and witnesses subpoenaed to testify and court accompaniment during preliminary hearings and trial. 

Restitution

Once charges are laid, victims have a right to complete a Victim Impact Statement, as legislated under Section 722 of the Criminal Code of Canada. The victim impact statement is intended to give crime victims a voice in the criminal justice process. A victim impact statement is a written account of the personal harm suffered by a victim of crime. It provides an opportunity to participate in the sentencing of an offender by explaining to the court, and the offender, how the crime has affected them. 

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