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Service Description

Provides online resources for domestic conflict, including:

  • Who to call
  • What happens when I report abuse to police
  • I know someone who is being abused
  • How to get out of a tenancy agreement (lease) if you are a victim
  • And more.

Eligibility

Anyone experiencing domestic conflict or who is supporting a person experiencing domestic conflict.

Application Process

Contact 306-777-6500 or visit website. Call 9-1-1 if urgent and immediate assistance is required.

Fees

None

Victim Services: 306-777-8660

Fax: 306-757-5461

TTY: 306-359-1012

Hotline: 9-1-1

Emergencies

Business Line: 306-777-6500

Non Emergency Calls/General Inquiries

Hours of Operation

24/7 hours

Service Website

www.reginapolice.ca/domestic-conflict/

Facebook

facebook.com/ReginaPoliceService

Twitter

twitter.com/reginapolice

Coverage Area

Regina

Languages Offered

English

Online

Location Info

Hours of Operation

24/7 hours

Hotline: 9-1-1

Emergencies

Business Line: 306-777-6500

Non-Emergency Line

Website

www.reginapolice.ca

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