Corrections and enforcement of laws, including reporting crime and online fine payments.
If you were injured while under the care of Alberta Child Welfare, up until February 19, 2008, you may be eligible to receive a settlement.
Bringing together of Alberta's integrated policing units to strategically tackle serious and organized crime.
Civil forfeiture takes away criminal property, such as cash, vehicles and homes, and uses it to help victims and support community programs.
If you feel you weren't treated fairly by a victim services unit, or by the Financial Benefits Program, you can file a complaint.
If you feel you weren’t treated fairly during the criminal justice process, you can send a complaint to any of the organizations involved.
Correctional facilities and staff responsible for supervision, custody and programs for adult and young offenders.
Pay traffic tickets and other fines.
Collection of overdue no-cash bail forfeitures and Criminal Code and Traffic Safety Act fines.
How to file a restraining order against someone who has made you fear for your safety.
How to file an Emergency Protection Order if you’ve been in a family violence situation and need police protection.
Support if you've experienced physical or emotional harm, property damage or economic loss as a result of a crime.
Enforcement of Alberta laws through education, investigations, deterrence and rehabilitation.
Oversight, licensing and compliance for the security, investigator and locksmith services industries in the province.
This office regulates Alberta’s civil enforcement industry.
Service providers can take online training to provide better support for victims of crime.
Hire an agency to collect on someone’s outstanding debts or evict them if they don’t respond to your court order.
As a victim of crime, you have rights that protect your safety and dignity.
Targeting of properties that are continually used for ongoing illegal activities.