Victim Services

Moose Jaw and District Victim Services has been fully operational since 1994.

The Victim Services program is a Police-based victim support service with a full-time Coordinator that recruits, trains and supervises community volunteers who, in turn, provide direct support to victims of crime and tragedy crime victims referred to the program by the Moose Jaw Police and Moose Jaw RCMP police officers. The community trained volunteers provide support to victims of crime and tragedy by phone or in person.

Volunteers are the backbone of the Victim Services program. The selection of qualified and motivated volunteers is necessary to provide the best service possible. Under the supervision of the Victim Services Coordinator, the volunteers provide direct assistance, referral information, and support to victims of crime.

Volunteer recruitment occurs on an ongoing basis. After an interview and selection, all volunteers will undergo a total of 40-45 hours of classroom training which is preparation for the duties they will be expected to perform. If you would like to volunteer, please contact the Victim Services Coordinator at (306) 694-7621 or e-mail:

To all Moose Jaw and District Victim Services volunteer applicants:

All parts of the Volunteer Application package must be filled out

  • Volunteer Application Form
  • Criminal Records Check and Appendix "B" (These can be obtained at the Moose Jaw Police Service front desk, 21 Fairford St W. Please bring in two pieces of ID.)
  • Personal Disclosure Form
  • There is no fee charged if applying to be a Victim Services volunteer with the Moose Jaw Police Service

Thank you for your interest with our program.


Kane supports and provides comfort to victims of crime on a regular basis both inside and outside the Moose Jaw Police Service. Kane further accompanies the Victim Services Coordinator/Handler to meetings, presentations and other events where he is always welcomed. Kane’s consistent quiet and gentleness create calmness almost immediately to those he meets.

Kane still loves his job and coming to work gets him very excited. Kane is always ready to assist, support and comfort victims or sometimes just play with a squeaky toy or sit closely and quietly, waiting for a pet, belly rub or pat on the head. Without question, the Moose Jaw Police Service is Kane’s second home.

If you are interested in following Kane’s activities, please visit his Facebook page PADS Facility Dog Kane”.