Victim Services Unit

Our mission is to provide support to victims of crime through respect, dignity and through acknowledging cultural traditions and values. Our Victim Services Unit offers assistance to individuals who have suffered:

  • Violent crime
  • Trauma & tragedy
  • Misfortune

If you are a victim of crime and have experienced these types of situations, our trained Advocates can help with support.

Victims of crime can be individuals, families or friends who have suffered emotional or physical pain associated with an act of crime or tragedy. Our services are:

  • Free of Charge
  • Confidentiality Protected

Feelings of being overwhelmed by pain and the emotional impact are normal reactions.

The Blood Tribe Police Service Victim Services Unit provides assistance to victims of crime, misfortune and tragedy. We offer:

  • Crime Related Crisis Intervention
  • Information
  • Support
  • Referral

Our advocates provide assistance and information on:

  • Victim Impact Statements
  • Court Preparation
  • Crimes Compensation / Restitution
  • Financial Benefits
  • Police File Information For Victims

We Provide Help For Victims Of Crime...

For more information on VSU or on how to become involved with our unit as a volunteer advocate, please contact us at:

Kainai Victim Service Unit

  • (403) 737-8814 Main

Download the Kainai Victim Services Brochure

Community Policing Division

Community Policing Division

The Community Policing Division is responsible for community oriented policing that promotes community based problem solving, collaborative partnerships with businesses, innovative community programs, and superior service delivery.

The Community Policing Division provides full service to the many communities of the Blood Reserve 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Police services can be activated through our independant Communications Centre by telephone:

Dial: (403) 737-3800 or Emergeny 911.

The Community Policing Division is organized into four watches which operate day and night around the clock. Each watch is staffed by a Sergeant and five Constables. The Community Policing Division conducts patrols and general investigations within the borders of the Blood Reserve and works closely with partners in neighbouring law enforcement organizations and other emergency services.

The Community Policing Division is the largest group within the Blood Tribe Police Service and remains the backbone for much of our organization. Day or night our professionals patrol our many communities, providing assistance to neighboring agencies, problem solving in residents's homes, enforcing traffic laws and responding to every call for service covered under the Provincial Statutes all the way up to the entire spectrum of the Criminal Code.

The Community Policing Division is always on duty, always available and committed to the safety and well being of the residents of the Blood Reserve.

Crime Reduction Unit

Two members are allocated to the Crime Reduction Unit (CRU). They are responsible for the investigation of serious crimes and drug enforcement. CRU is a support section that assists in, but not limited to, violent crimes, crime analysis, property crimes, serious habitual offenders, special operations, criminal intelligence and economic crimes.

CRU members take on multiple roles, such as Domestic Violence Coordinator, ViCLAS Coordinator, SORCA Coordinator and Crime Analyst.

The Blood Tribe Police Service is a full member of the Criminal Intelligence Service Alberta (CISA) and this section has direct involvement with CISA. CRU members also have a position within ALERT’s CFSE Unit and work closely with surrounding agency to fight organized crime.

Praise/Complain Officer

Police Commission


Mary Fox, Chair
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Rebecca Many Grey Horses, Public Complaint Director
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Joanne Lemieux, Blood Tribe Council Representative
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The Blood Tribe Police Commission currently consists of four (2) community members and one (1) council representative. During this reporting year there have been many overall changes with the assistance of the Chief of Police and the local government (Chief and Council). The Commission meets once a month with the Chief of Police and with the Federal and Provincial representatives.

To submit a praise or complaint about an officer, please email:

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Monthly Traffic Safety Message

Traffic Safety Month December


Railway Crossings

The most common improper driver action around railway crossings is disobeying traffic signs and signals.

What can you do to drive safer?