Recruitment for a Support Pager
Greater Victoria Police Victim Services is currently recruiting for a Support Pager. The job posting and position description can be found here.
Who We Are
Greater Victoria Police Victim Services provides services to victims of crime or trauma who may or may not have reported the crime to police or be involved with the criminal justice system.
- To lessen the impact of crime and trauma on victims and their families and to assist in their recovery.
- To increase victim safety and to help reduce the risk of further victimization.
- To increase the level of participation and sense of empowerment for victims throughout their involvement with the criminal justice system.
- To increase the effectiveness of a victim while acting as a witness in a court proceeding.
We Can Help
- Sort out feelings and fears.
- Make referrals to services.
- Provide information about the court and criminal justice systems.
- Accompany you to court.
- With Victim Impact Statements.
- With Crime Victim Assistance forms.
- Make plans for your safety.
- Educate you on victim rights and services.
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.