Greater Victoria Police Victim Services

Greater Victoria Police Victim Services is contracted by the Ministry of Justice to provide victim services on behalf of the seven local police agencies.  Highly trained staff and volunteers provide services to victims of crime and trauma in the Capital Regional District.

We Can Help

  • Provide emotional and practical support.
  • Make referrals to services.
  • Make plans for your safety.
  • With Crime Victim Assistance applications.
  • With Victim Impact Statements.
  • Provide information about the court and criminal justice systems.
  • Accompany you to court.
  • Educate you on victim rights and services.

If you would like to use our services or have any general inquiries please leave a message on the office phone and someone will respond to you as soon as possible. 250-995-7351

Your Rights If You Are A Victim of Crime

British Columbia’s Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) gives you the right to receive information about:

  • Victim services available to you.
  • Benefits and financial assistance for criminal injury.
  • How the criminal justice system works and the status of the police investigation and the court case.
  • Administration of the offender’s sentence.
  • Your right to privacy.

Address / Contact Info

850 Caledonia Ave Victoria, BCV8T 5J8

Phone Numbers

Phone : (250) 995-7351
VictimLink BC : 1-800-563-0808

Hours of Operation

Regular hours: Administration
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

Message service available after hours. Calls returned next business day.

Walk-in hours: Walk-in not available

Service Details

Referral protocol: self
Referral criteria: Clients can self-refer to services by contacting
the office, or through referral by the police department.
Age ranges served: all ages

Web Links

Location Map

This program was last updated on 15 Dec 2016.