Note: Whitehorse RCMP is a signatory to Together for Safety.
On September 18th, 2017, the signatories of Together for Safety released three videos to provide information on options for victims of violence.
The videos are titled:
- Reporting Domestic Violence and Sexualized Assault in Whitehorse, Yukon;
- Options for Victims of Sexualized Assault in Whitehorse, Yukon;
- Options for Victims of Domestic Violence in Whitehorse, Yukon.
GBP Creative produced the videos and many community partners contributed information and participated in the production, such as Public Prosecution Service of Canada, Victim Services, Whitehorse General Hospital, and the Kwanlin Dün Health Centre.
The purpose of the video series is to provide information about the criminal justice system, available options, and support services to victims of sexualized assault or domestic violence.
During a crisis, it's helpful for victims to know which options are available to them, and what each one could look like. Knowing what to expect can be an important part of making an informed choice.
Watch and share the videos: http://yukontransitionhome.ca/together-for-safety/together-for-safety-vi...
Together for Safety aims to bolster the dignity of women who are victims of crime by encouraging compassionate responses — from RCMP officers, the media and the general public. From compassion comes dignity; from dignity, strength; from strength, hope.
The signatories to Together for Safety include: Whitehorse RCMP, Whitehorse Aboriginal Women's Circle, Yukon Women's Transition Home Society, Victoria Faulkner Women's Centre, Public Service Alliance Aboriginal People's Committee and Regional Women's Committee, Yukon Status of Women Council, and Les Essentielles.
For more information on initiatives undertaken as part of Together for Safety, please visit www.yukontransitionhome.ca.