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By llbvsu, Feb 22 2017 03:51AM

We are sorry for the inconvenience but due to multiple circumstances out of our control we are forced to cancel this event. We appreciate your continued support and interest in the unit.

By llbvsu, Jan 21 2017 06:50AM

The Lac La Biche Victim Services Unit would like to extend a warm invitation to our very first 4-man scramble golf tournament to be held at the Lac La Biche Golf and Country Club May 27th.

-Registration starts at 8 am with shotgun start to the fun at 10 am.

-Register a team of 4 for $480 (golf cart incl.) or a single for $130.

-There will be a steak supper served directly after the tournament.

-Door prize to be drawn, "on the course" prizes, as well as 50/50

To register simply stop by the Lac La Biche RCMP Detachment during business hours or call (780) 623-7770 and speak to Mel or Shirley. The deadline to register is May 24th we encourage you to sign up as soon as possible as spots are limited.

Come out for a fun day of golf, prizes, a chance to meet your local first responders as well as show your support for our unit. We look forward to seeing you out there.

By llbvsu, Jan 21 2017 06:38AM

Bow Valley Victim Services, in conjunction with the Alberta Police Based Victim Services Association will be undertaking a very exciting project - asking victims of crime and trauma across Alberta if the services we provided were of help.

For this project to succeed, we need your help. We are therefore inviting you and your victim service program to be part of this new initiative.

After an extensive literature and ethics review, we have developed a voluntary and anonymous questionnaire that people who have previously received assistance from a police-based victim service program in Alberta can complete.

This questionnaire is now accessible via a Survey Monkey link

https://www.surveymonkey.com/ r/BVVS_VictimNeeds

This questionnaire can also be accessed on the APBVSA homepage at - http://victimservicesalberta. com

Once complete, the results from the study will be made available to all police-based victim service programs in Alberta and if we are successful, we believe these finding will be of great assistance in both better understanding and supporting the services we provide.

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