Community Safety and Crime Prevention Branch

The Community Safety and Crime Prevention Branch of the Ministry of Justice works with communities, stakeholders, all levels of government, police and service providers to improve the safety of communities and to assist victims of violence. Our mandate includes services for victims of crime and women and children fleeing violence, financial assistance for victims of crime, victim safety and court support, crime prevention, restorative justice, combating human trafficking, and civil forfeiture.

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Breaking and entering is a serious crime, whatever the value of the property stolen or destroyed. This information sheet is part of the Help Starts Here series and provides information for victims of break and enter.
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The Crime Victim Assistance Program is a financial benefits program that assists victims, immediate family members, and some witnesses. This information sheet is part of the Help Starts Here series and provides ...
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You have been called as a witness because of your knowledge about a court case. This booklet provides you with general information about the criminal court process and your role as a witness so that your voice may be ...
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Under the Crime Victim Assistance Act, victims injured as a result of certain crimes, immediate family members of an injured or deceased victim, and some witnesses may be eligible for financial assistance or benefits.
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Sudden loss of a loved one may have wide-ranging consequences - not only intense emotional effects but also physical symptoms and financial hardship. This information sheet is part of the Help Starts Here series and ...
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Under the Crime Victim Assistance Act, victims injured as a result of certain crimes, immediate family members of an injured or deceased victim, and some witnesses may be eligible for financial assistance or benefits.
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