Victim Services

Victim Services assists victims of crime throughout their involvement in the criminal justice system. Assistance is available to victims of crime anywhere on Prince Edward Island. If you live off-Island and are victimized by a crime that occured on PEI, you are also eligible for services.

Where a victim is incapacitated or has died as a result of the crime, family members may benefit from available services. Assistance is available to those who feel they have been victimized regardless of whether a complaint has been made to the police or a charge has been laid.

What are the fees?

No fees are charged for this confidential service.

What services do we provide?

Victim Services assists victims of crime throughout their involvement in the criminal justice system.

If you are a victim of crime, you may need one or more of the following services:

  • information about the status of your case and the criminal justice system
  • short term counselling and emotional support
  • referrals
  • court preparation
  • help in preparing a victim impact statement or community impact statement
  • assistance under the Victims of Family Violence Act
  • information to recover financial losses
  • coordination of services

Who can I contact for more information?

Contact Victim Services in your area:

Victim Services: Queens and Kings County
1 Harbourside Access Road
PO Box 2000
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8
Telephone: (902) 368‑4582                

Victim Services: Prince County
263 Heather Moyse Drive
Suite 19, 2nd Floor
Summerside, PE   C1N 5P1
Telephone: (902) 888‑8218

Published date: 
June 23, 2016