Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General
- B.C. Corrections
B.C. Corrections helps keep British Columbians safe by managing adults who are in custody or under community supervision.
- Crime Victims
Help is available if you have been impacted by a crime or violence.
- Crime Victim Assistance Program
The Crime Victim Assistance Program assists victims, immediate family members and some witnesses in coping with the effects of violent crime.
- Criminal Record Checks (for those working with children & vulnerable adults)
Under the Criminal Records Review Act, individuals working with children or vulnerable adults and have unsupervised access to children or vulnerable adults must authorize a criminal record check for their employer or authorized organization.
- Human Trafficking
This website provides links to human trafficking resources for victim service providers and other front line workers.
- Policing in B.C.
With diverse communities with their own needs for policing the province receives police services from multiple areas, including: RCMP federal, provincial and municipal forces, and a First Nations administered police force.
- Public Safety & Emergency Services
Find information on British Columbia's emergency service preparedness, response and recovery, public safety, crime prevention and wildfire services.
Works with law enforcement, professional organizations, government agencies, non-governmental organizations and community groups toward the goal of ensuring British Columbia has the safest roads in North America.
- Armoured Vehicle, Body Armour and Metal Recycling Permits
Learn about permits you need to operate an armoured vehicle, possess body armour or purchase regulated metal in B.C.
- Online Criminal Record Checks
The Criminal Record Review Act ensures that people who work with or may potentially have unsupervised access to children or vulnerable adults undergo a criminal record check by the Criminal Records Review Program.
- Security Industry Licencing
Under British Columbia’s Security Services Act, businesses and individuals offering security services must hold a valid security licence issued by the Registrar of Security Services.