Dave Attfield, Operations Officer for Surrey RCMP, proudly speaks out against domestic violence. Dave leads the front line General Duty members, as well as Surrey RCMP’s Integrated Domestic Violence Unit.
Meet Lynn – a woman whose passion and inspiration reminds us all to be a voice for change.
It’s time to raise our voices for change.
In celebration of National Victims of Crime Awareness Week, we are sharing stories of courage, hope and healing.
Too many women who are experiencing violence are suffering in silence – and we can all do something about it. This morning the Ministry of Children and Family Development released #saysomething, a new radio and social media campaign that aims to end the silence around domestic violence.
March 8th marks International Women's Day - a day to celebrate the successes that have been made by women and girls around the world, and a day to remind ourselves of the work that's yet to be done. We're excited to announce that on March 8th we'll be joining Meri Awaaz to discuss critical issues facing women in Surrey. Meri Awaaz is a public symposium that brings together expert voices from our community to raise awareness about domestic violence. This International Women's Day we'll be breaking the silence around domestic violence... Join us!
Are you interested in leading a team of dedicated and skilled counsellors to enhance the safety and supports for women; all while being part of a progressive and dynamic leadership teawm? Interested?
Emergency Mobile Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Response Workers
Surrey Women’s Centre is CHANGING THE DEFINITION OF VICTIM by providing a wide range of Crisis, Court and Counselling services to women and girls who experience domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and other forms of family violence. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to ensure that women and girls have the support they need when they need it.
11 charges have been laid against alleged serial sex predator, Novid Dadmand (known alias Robert Peako). Novid is believed to have falsely identified himself as a modelling agent; luring women and girls via social media with money and gifts. Novid is facing charges of sexual assault, fraud and break and enter relating to crimes that occurred in Richmond, North Vancouver, Surrey and Burnaby.
We are so fortunate and grateful any time our Aboriginal friends and allies welcome us into their community to attend events to spread the word about SMART. Donna and Nasim, SMART's Women's Safety Patient Navigators did a great job hosting a table this week at the Fraser Salish Mental Wellness and Substance Abuse Regional Forum. Thank you everyone who stopped by our table and took away our materials. Your support in spreading the word about our 24-hour mobile assault response team is critical to it's ongoing success. Thank you!
Are you a student of the University of British Columbia?
Join our Special Projects Coordinator, Corrine Arthur and Surrey Women's Centre for a Fall lecture hosted by the Centre for Feminist Legal Studies on October 1, 2013 to learn more about SMART and how we're helping women and girls seek justice.