Our History…

Maskwacis Victim Services Unit was established in August, 2007, by Maskwachees Justice Society. It was initially set up in the Louis Bull Cree Nation and began offering services to victims of crime to all of Maskwacis community, until October, 2008, when an office was no longer available. For a short period, Maskwacis Victim Services was re-located in a trailer in Montana Cree Nation which eventually burned down. In 2009, Maskwacis Victim Services was again relocated to its now current location which is the Maskwacis RCMP Detachment in Samson Cree Nation.

Maskwacis Victim Services Unit became a society after Ermineskin, Samson, Louis Bull, and Montana Nations collaborated to establish and deliver a comprehensive victim services unit for the Maskwacis Community that would meet the cultural and spiritual needs of their people. Maskwacis is a diverse community and the tremendous need to serve the people of Maskwacis is crucial as Aboriginal victims of crime may have family and community concerns that are different from those of non-Aboriginal victims of crime.

Maskwacis Victim Services Society was incorporated on July 20, 2010.

Our Mission:

The mission of Maskwacis Victim Services Unit is to aid and assist victims of crime and tragedy by providing a community support program in partnership with the RCMP and in recognizing the Plains Cree people’s values of caring, sharing, respect, love, forgiveness, and compassion. The Maskwacis Victim Services Unit will provide quality services to the victims of crime and tragedy in the community as it pertains to the “Victims of Crime Act” principles.

Our Vision:

“To support the victims of crime and tragedy; to ensure a safe and healthy community within the Four Nations of Maskwacis”

Our Values:




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"Everyone Deserves to Be Safe."


Complaint Line: (780) 585-3767

OFFICE: (780) 585-4640

FAX: (780) 585-4611

BOX 2410 | MASKWACIS, AB | T0C 1N0