National Victims and Survivors of Crime Week recognizes The Power of Collaboration

Kamloops City

The day a victim has to call police could be the worst day of their life.

It could be the day they were assaulted, robbed — it could be the day they lost a loved one tragically. During National Victims and Survivors of Crime Week, May 15-21, 2022, the Kamloops RCMP Detachment is reaching out to remind people they don’t have to find the power to move forward alone.

In Kamloops, the RCMP Victim Services Unit is available to anyone who has been a victim or witness of crime in British Columbia and their family members. The program is operated through a team of trained staff and volunteers who work with local agencies to help those affected by crime, as highlighted by this year’s theme, The Power of Collaboration. For the full news release visit Kamloops RCMP – National Victims and Survivors of Crime Week recognizes The Power of Collaboration (rcmp-grc.gc.ca)