Non-Emergency Calls(902) 629-4172
Police Headquarters10 Kirkwood Drive
Bell AliantBell Aliant has partnered with this Police Services in a number of areas in the past, including “Comfort Call” and "Safe Line" programs. Many victims have benefited from these initiatives and we are proud to have Aliant as our partner. One phone call was all that was needed to get the projects started.
Big Brothers Big SistersBig Brothers Big Sisters of P.E.I. has been creating friendships since 1975. In partnership with them we offer the Kids 'N' Kops program to promote trust between Law Enforcement and children, and to foster a realistic concept of Police Officers.
Learn more about Big Brothers Big Sisters by visiting their web site.
Catholic Family Services BureauCatholic Family Services Bureau is a voluntary, non-denominational, not-for-profit, accredited, family service agency whose purpose is the promotion and strengthening of the quality of family life on Prince Edward Island.
The purpose is carried out through the provision of professional counselling (individuals, couples, families, parents, teens and children) parent education/ wellness programs and advocacy services which are based on the recognition of the unique worth and dignity of each human being from conception until natural death. Services are available to all regardless of age, race, creed/religion, marital status, sex and sexual orientation.
The Parent Education/Wellness Programs include: Assertive Training; Active Parenting for Children 2-12; Active Parenting for Teens; Building Self Esteem; Managing Stress , Marriage Preparation, etc. Courses/Workshops are available in communities or at the workplace upon request.
Learn more about the Catholic Family Service Bureau by visting their website.
Child & Family ServicesThe mandate of this division is to provide child protection, residential, adoption, foster care, and family violence prevention services to vulnerable Island children, youth, families, and communities across the province, including the provision of care for children in need of protection and in the legal care of the Director of Child Welfare. In addition, this division provides various family strengthening programs and services including Family Ties, an adolescent and family counseling program.
Learn more about Child & Family Services by visiting their web site.
Community Legal Information Association (CLIA)Provides basic legal information including free pamphlets on a wide variety of legal topics to the general public.
Learn more about CLIA by visiting their web site.
Charlottetown Downtown Residence Association(CDRA)The Charlottetown Downtown Residents Association (CDRA) was officially formed in March 2009. Membership is open to all residents of the downtown area south of Euston St. between West and Esher Streets, also known as the original ‘500 lots’. The Association aims to create a vibrant and safe downtown community by offering a forum for discussion, deliberation and consensus on matters affecting the downtown area and the waterfront. Meetings are held approximately every two months at St. Paul’s Parish Hall at 101 Prince St. and generally include guest speakers presenting information on topics of interest to the downtown community.
New members are always welcome.
For more information, please contact us through our website www.cdra.ca or call Andrea at (892-2877).
Crime Stoppers - PEIPEI Crime Stoppers started operations in January of 1989, since then the CPS has maintained a strong partnership with their organization. Over the years Crime Stoppers has helped the CPS solve numerous crimes, making the City of Charlottetown a safer community for our residents and visitors.
Learn more about Crime Stoppers by visiting their website.
Crown Attorneys OfficeThe Crown Attorneys represent the Attorney General in the prosecution of all criminal cases under the Criminal Code of Canada and Provincial Statutes. In cooperation with Victim Services, Crown Attorneys assist victims with Court preparation upon request.
Learn more about the Crown Attorneys Office by visiting their web site.
Criminal & Family Legal AidProvides representation in family and criminal law to the public who, for financial reasons, would be unable to obtain essential legal services from the private sector.
Learn more about Legal Aid by visiting their website.
Learn more about MADD by visiting their website.
Learn more about Murphy's Pharmacies by visiting their website.
PEI Family Violence Prevention ServicesPEI Family Violence Prevention Services Inc. is a non-profit charitable organization founded in 1980. Our primary goals are to provide a place of safety for women and children who are victims of abuse, educate the public about the issues of violence against women and family violence, and advocate for the needs of abused women and children. We believe that it is a basic human right to be free of abuse and from fear of abuse in relationships. Anderson House, our emergency shelter, is staffed 24/7 and has a 24-hour crisis line. We also have outreach offices in Montague, Charlottetown, Summerside and O’Leary.
The goal of the PEIRSAC is to support and advocate for survivors of sexual assault and abuse in their healing and to ensure that all residents of PEI are safe from sexual violence. To achieve this, they work collaboratively with, and in ways that empower, individuals and organizations.
Learn more about PEIRSAC by visiting their website.
Students Against Drinking & Driving (SADD)Students Against Drinking and Driving is a dynamic and creative youth-based organization founded to help prevent drinking and driving among young people in Prince Edward Island.
Salvation Army Providing 24-hour service. Emergency shelter, food and clothing; transportation in emergency cases if needed; pastoral counselling; operation of a senior citizen home; and provision of a chaplain to the Correctional Centre.
For More Information:
Majors Stephen & Elaine Hibbs
158 Fitzroy Street
Telephone: (902) 892-2281
Facsimile: (902) 892-2909
Victim Services of PEIThe Charlottetown Police Services (CPS) is proud of our ongoing partnership and support the important work being done in our community by Victim Services of Prince Edward Island.
Crime affects everyone. Cultural and religious background, financial and social status is not a deterrent as crime knows no bounds. Being a victim of crime and or trauma can be a difficult and confusing experience. Feelings of fear, anger, sadness, and an inability to move forward may result. Many people are re-victimized by a lack of knowledge of the Criminal Justice System, and the feeling they have no voice in the process. The inability of well mean-ing family, friends and society to fully understand the personal losses that have been suffered can be deeply hurtful.
Learn more about Victim Services by visiting their website.
Wal-Mart's resolve to serve each community extends far beyond their
ability as a retailer. They are also very supportive of our Police Services in
the area of Crime Prevention initiatives.
Learn more about Walmart's Community Involvement by visiting their website.