- Crisis intervention for victims or witnesses of any traumatic event or critical incident such as; domestic violence, serious motor vehicle collisions, a sudden death or suicide, or acute family problems. This includes walk-in clients as well as clients referred by other community service providers.
- Safety Planning
Support and information for victims and witnesses as they navigate through the investigational and legal processes that follow a critical incident.
Assistance to victims of fires, floods and other disasters in partnership with Emergency Management BC and our local municipal Emergency Social Services agencies.
Relevant referrals to key community support agencies.
- Education and outreach on request to community service providers and other groups interested in learning more about personal and public safety.
If you are a victim or witness of crime and/or trauma and wish to access the free services of Coquitlam RCMP Victim Services, please phone the Victim Assistance Line at 604-945-1585 or email Coquitlam RCMP.
Volunteer with the Victim Services program
Interested in applying to become a Victims’ Services volunteer? You must be:
- At least 19 years old with a valid BC Driver’s License.
- Willing and able to obtain RCMP Enhanced Security Clearance status.
- Live within a 30 minute drive to the Coquitlam Detachment
- Proficient in English. Other languages considered an asset.
- A high school graduate
- Physically fit and able to attend all required training.
- Application forms are not currently available online. Request forms via email.
For more information on Port Coquitlam's Victim Services Program, please call 604.945.1583 or visit the Coquitlam RCMP website.