As our isolation time continues, we realise that there are vulnerable people within our community that may need help.
We are still here to take anonymous tips about domestic abuse and issues where a person’s safety is in jeopardy.
We have reached out to our community partners and they provided us a list of all the support services that are currently functioning in the Greater Victoria area. The list is split into categories of care and explains the way an organisation is conducting their work.
TOP, SOLVE & PREVENT CRIME: The Community & Police working together.
Dangers of Sexting: What Teens Need to Know
Please watch this amazing video done by an Irish Teen on Cyber Bullying.
Click Links Below for additional information:
National Action Plan: https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/rsrcs/pblctns/ntnl-ctn-pln-cmbt/index-eng.aspx
Human Trafficking in BC: http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/justice/criminal-justice/victims-of-crime/human-trafficking
This is a link to training that will help you spot the signs of Human trafficking. http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/justice/criminal-justice/victims-of-crime/human-trafficking/human-trafficking-training
A short video showing how people can become victims of trafficking.
The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) is the central agency in Canada that collects information and criminal intelligence on such matters as mass marketing fraud (e.g., telemarketing), advance fee fraud (e.g., West African letters), Internet fraud and identification theft complaints.
Simply put, sextortion is blackmail. It’s when someone threatens to send a sexual image or video of you to other people
if you don’t pay them or provide more sexual content.
Unfortunately, sextortion has been on the rise lately. But there are ways to prevent and fight it.
This is a group that gives clear and unbiased information in how to seek help when seeking treatment relating to all addictions. It is a great resource for addicts and their families.
Saanich Police are looking for help in identifying the suspect shown in the picture. They are responsible for the theft of a white iPhone XR. The phone had been left on a desk in a room in a building in the 3100 block of Foul bay road.
The crime took place on April 7th at around 12.30pm. The victim had noticed the suspect looking suspicious in the area just prior to the theft being discovered.
If you know who is or where the stolen phone is then please either call the Police or tell us anonymously, call 1-800-222-8477 or submit a tip by clicking the “submit a tip” button.
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