Please note that some or all of the following are applicable only if you are the victim and the accused person(s) is charged with a crime. Please contact the Victim Assistance Unit office for more details at 403-529-8480.
Victim Impact Statement: Victims of crime are entitled to submit a Victim Impact Statement. It is an opportunity to communicate to the court how this crime has affected their life and to describe any physical or emotional impact that has been experienced as a result. If you plan to complete a Victim Impact Statement you must notify the Victim Assistance Unit office as soon as possible.
Statement on Restitution: If you have lost money, property, or had extra expenses as a result of this crime you may apply for restitution. It is important to return the Request for Restitution to police quickly so that the court may consider it if the accused person is found guilty and convicted.
Victims of Crime Financial Benefits Program: Those who have experienced emotional or physical loss as a result of a crime might be eligible to apply for financial benefits. Victims have 2 years from the date the initial incident occurred to apply. To check your eligibility for this program, please consult the program criteria found in the following pamphlet.