Safety and victim services

  • A New Day is a program that teaches men new ways to improve their relationships with their partners and families. It is designed to be…
  • The first few days after you get arrested can be a very confusing time. You're dealing with the RCMP, lawyers, judges, and maybe even staff…
  • Court workers employed by the Legal Aid Commission provide legal and court related assistance to residents of the Northwest Territories. A court worker can assist…
  • Family Information Liaison Units (FILUs) help families of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls find information about what happened to their loved ones. Staff…
  • If you are a victim or were at the scene of a crime, you may be required to testify in court to help establish the facts of the crime.
  • The following is a listing of telephone services available to assist you, organized according to the type of support provided. All services listed on this…
  • The Royal Canadian Mounted Police are independent from the Department of Justice, and provide "contracted" policing services to the Northwest Territories under the Policing Services…
  • Probation services works closely with corrections to ensure that offenders abide by the terms of their release.
  • A judge can order a violent person to stay away from you. Depending on your situation, you can ask the court for a protection order,…
  • The Community Justice and Policing Division offers services to victims that can assist you in dealing with the emotional and physical consequences of crime, and…
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