Correctional Services Canada: Victim Services
CSC strives to provide victims with the information they need to have an effective voice in the federal correctional system. We want to make sure that victims are treated with compassion, fairness, and respect. You can provide information about an offender to CSC anonymously by calling 1-866-780-3784 any time of the day or night.
Department of Justice: Policy Center for Victims of CrimeThe Policy Centre for Victim Issues implements the Federal Victim Strategy the objective of which is to give victims of crime a more effective voice in the criminal justice system. We develop policy and criminal law reform, administer the Victims Fund, and broadly share information about issues of importance to victims of crime.
Federal Ombudsman for Victims of CrimeVictims can contact the Office to learn more about their rights under federal law and the services available to them, or to make a complaint about any federal agency or federal legislation dealing with victims of crime. In addition to its direct work with victims, the Office also works to ensure that policy makers and other criminal justice personnel are aware of victims' needs and concerns and to identify important issues and trends that may negatively impact victims. Where appropriate, the Ombudsman may also make recommendations to the federal government.
National Office for Victims of CrimeThe National Office for Victims (NOV) is a central resource working to improve victims’ experience with the federal corrections and conditional release system.
Victims Services SaskatchewanThe Ministry of Justice provides a fair justice system that upholds the law and protects the rights of all individuals in Saskatchewan; promotes safe and secure communities; and provides legal and justice policy advice to government.
Victims matterThe Policy Centre for Victim Issues implements the Federal Victim Strategy the objective of which is to give victims of crime a more effective voice in the criminal justice system. We develop policy and criminal law reform, administer the Victims Fund, and broadly share information about issues of importance to victims of crime.
Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of CrimeThe Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime offers support, research and education to survivors and stakeholders.
Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of SaskatchewanIn the spirit of reconciliation between Indigenous Canadians and non-Indigenous Canadians, and in recognition of the harms that have been caused to Indigenous people since colonization, we, the members of the Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan, reaffirm our commitment to acknowledge the rights and obligations resulting from our national character as treaty people. We will support The Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, especially those that speak to services for victims of violence.
Courts of SaskatchewanThe Provincial Court of Saskatchewan is a court of record with civil and criminal jurisdiction defined by federal and provincial statutes. The Court consists of a Chief Judge and 47 additional judges who are appointed to hold office until retirement.
Court is conducted throughout the province from 13 main court offices located in major towns and cities. Estevan, La Ronge, Lloydminster, Meadow Lake, Melfort, Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon, Swift Current, Wynyard and Yorkton have permanent court offices and resident judges.
Public Legal Education Association of SaskatchewanThe Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan (PLEA) is a non-profit, non-government organization providing free legal information across a variety of platforms. We offer programs and services to the general public and school communities across Saskatchewan through dedicated websites, print resources, presentations and more.