Aboriginal People

If you would like more information, please contact us at 1-866-806-2275 (toll-free) or victims-victimes@csc-scc.gc.ca.

CSC is committed to treating victims with respect and to sharing information with them. Registering as a victim means you can:

  • Verify information that they get from the offender
  • Gain information with which to make safety plans
  • Receive information on behalf of child victims
  • Gain information to assist in their healing

Victims who are also related to the offender can also receive the above information once you have registered - whether or not you choose to maintain a relationship with the offender.

CSC is always looking for ways to partner with Aboriginal people and to let them know that they can register to receive information. Some of the groups CSC works with are:

CSC welcomes other interested groups to contact its Victim Services office to learn more about partnership opportunities at 1-866-806-2275 or victims-victimes@csc-scc.gc.ca.

Fact Sheets

The Aboriginal Victim Services Fact Sheet provides an overview of the victim services provided by Correctional Service Canada. The fact sheet is available in the following Aboriginal languages:

Government Partners

Local and Provincial Partners

Sevices for Aboriginal people are available at the local or provincial level through the Victim Services Directory (VSD) and by non-governmental Victim Advocacy Groups.

If you would like more information, please contact us at 1-866-806-2275 (toll-free) or victims-victimes@csc-scc.gc.ca.