Victim Services

Manitoba Justice Victim Services supports victims of serious crimes, as outlined in The Victims’ Bill of Rights. This includes victims of domestic violence and other serious crimes, such as murders and sexual assaults. Victim Services also provides support to child victims, witnesses, and families of murdered and missing Indigenous persons. Victim Services offers support to all individuals under the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights.

Victim Services helps people access their rights, understand their responsibilities. They also connect people to other agencies and useful resources, as they move through the justice system. For more information about our programs and services, browse the Get Started bar on the left of this page.

The Compensation for Victims of Crime program provides compensation to victims who suffer personal injury, hardships or expenses as a result of certain crimes. Learn more about the Compensation program.

Please visit the following link to learn more about recent changes to the Manitoba Justice Compensation for Victims of Crime Program

Supports for Crime Victims and Witnesses

For more information about Victim Services, download the Supports for Crime Victims and Witnesses booklet.




For more information about family law and available supports, visit our Family Law website

Contact Us

Manitoba: Toll Free 1-866-484-2846
Winnipeg Region Winnipeg (204) 945-6851
Interlake/Eastman Region Selkirk (204) 785-5213
Central Region Portage la Prairie (204) 239-3378
South Central Region Morris 1-866-484-2846
Westman Region Brandon (204) 726-7400
Parkland Region Dauphin (204) 622-5080
Norman Region The Pas (204) 627-8483
Thompson Region Thompson (204) 677-6368