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Crime Prevention and Victim Services Trust Board of Trustees

Department: Justice | Agency website >>

Address: J-7 Box 2703, Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 2C6

Phone: 867-667-8746 | Fax: 867-393-6240


Mandate

The Board generally conducts and manages the business and affairs of the Crime Prevention and Victim Services Trust (the “Trust”). The Board makes bylaws for the administration of its affairs and prescribes the procedure for applications for the funding of proposals and for the evaluation of applications. The Board considers proposals for funding and approves expenditures on these proposals from the Trust; it places terms and conditions on expenditures by the Trust on proposals approved by it, including requiring the proponents of proposals to evaluate the proposals; and it establishes criteria to be applied to proposals. With the approval of the Minister, the Board may spend those monies it considers necessary for the proper conduct of the affairs of the Trust.

The purpose of the Trust is to promote and provide services intended to: reduce the incidence of crime; prevent violence against women and children; and address the root causes of criminal behaviour. Funds are used for the promotion and provision of programs and services for the victims of offences, including programs and services to promote the rights described in the Victims’ Bill of Rights. Funds are also used to promote and publish information about how crime can be prevented and how people can protect themselves from being victimized by crime, about the needs of victims of offences and about services offered for victims of offences.

Authority: Crime Prevention and Victim Services Trust Act, section 5
Period: 1998 to present
Type: Advisory


Membership

The Commissioner in Executive Council appoints the following 9 members:

  • Director of Victim Services;
  • 1 member of the public service recommended by the Minister of Justice (or 2 members if there is no one in the position of Director of Victim Services).
  • 1 member of the public service recommended by the Minister of Health and Social Services;
  • 1 member recommended by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police;
  • 2 members from the Council of Yukon First Nations, other Yukon First Nations and First Nation organizations (with an interest in justice issues) recommended by the Minister of Justice.
  • 1 member nominated by organizations concerned with women's equality issues and problems facing women in Yukon and recommended by the Minister of Justice; and
  • 2 members of the general public who have expressed an interest in justice issues recommended by the Minister of Justice.

The Commissioner in Executive Council designates 1 member as the Chair. Members may designate one or more of their members as Vice-Chair.

Appointment process: Order in Council

Requirements: No legislated criteria required to join.

Term: Not exceeding 3 years. May be reappointed for further terms. Exception: The Director of Victim Services is appointed indefinitely and serves as long as he or she remains in the position.

Meetings: Approximately 2 times a year.

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Current members:

Name Position From: To:
Latham, Dwayne Member 12/16/2015 12/15/2018
Twardochleb, Lareina Chair 06/29/2015 Indeterminate
Horne, Marian Member 10/10/2014 10/09/2017
Smith, Phyllis Member 06/21/2015 06/20/2018
Marinoske, Stan Member 01/09/2015 01/08/2018
Bates, Jane             Member 06/08/2017 06/07/2020
Ayzenberg, Luda    Member    05/07/2016    05/06/2019 
Van Bibber, Kathleen   Member    05/16/2016   05/15/2019