The amount of the award (-00) is determined by our volunteers.
Through the police coordinator’s office, arrangements are made for the tipster to meet a volunteer in a very public place during daylight hours.
“My sister doesn’t have a headstone because we can’t afford a headstone.
She’s still going unnoticed even in her last day,” said Boudreau, who is Metis from the St. On a wider level, she is hoping that a national inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women will meet the needs and bring closure for the many, many family members impacted by the tragic loss of a loved one.
Our advocates can talk through specific situations, provide feedback and connect callers to vital resources.
We maintain a database of over 4,000 domestic violence programs.
To assist the investigators, please keep your story clear and concise, including where, when, why, how and what.
During the call the tipster is given a confidential number which is what they will use whenever they call to update the police coordinator’s office. You will never have to give your name or testify in court and you may be eligible for a cash reward.
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By Shari Narine Contributor Editor Alberta Sweetgrass February 12, 2016 On a personal level, Danielle Boudreau is hoping to get a permanent grave marker for her sister.