I give consent for the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service to release a copy of this statement. This information may be made available to the person who is the subject of this investigation or their counsel/agent acting on their behalf in any civil, criminal or administrative proceedings.
A victim of an offence who has suffered physical or emotional loss has the right to prepare a Victim Impact Statement. If a charge is laid and the accused found guilty, the Victim Impact Statement will be considered by the judge at the time of sentencing. If you wish to provide a Victim Impact Statement you may contact Victim Services, or a member of the Victim Services Unit can contact you.
Do you consent to having a Victim Service worker contact you?
If no, please complete the following information:
You may go to www.ecollision.gov.ab.ca to print off your copy of the report at home. Note: this can only be done once the investigation is completed which could take several weeks depending on the severity of the collision. If you have not been provided your Ecollision number, please call the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service to obtain it. Alternatively a copy of the T.S.S will be mailed to you once the investigation is complete.