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Resources for support:
Sex Crimes Unit, Toronto Police
The Sex Crimes Unit was created in 1989 as the Sexual Assault Squad. This was as a result of several serious predatory serial sex offender investigations and input from women's groups. It was recognized that these incidents gripped the community in fear and affected the quality of life of everyone. It was also recognized that these investigations were complex and required investigators who were not only exceptionally experienced officers but who also had the skills and empathy to deal with victims whose lives would never be the same.
Police Head Quarters
40 College St. Toronto, ON
Sex Crimes “Bad Date” Anonymous Tip Line
(Collect Calls Accepted)
The Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape http://www.trccmwar.ca/index.html
TRCC/MWAR is a grassroots, women-run collective working towards a violence-free world by providing anti-oppressive, feminist peer support to survivors of sexual violence through support, education and activism.
TRCC/MWAR envisions the liberation of women and children from all forms of violence. We celebrate freedom of choice, sexual freedom and healthy communities and human interactions.
TRCC/MWAR operates on principles of mutual respect and anti-oppression. We believe survivors of sexual violence are experts in their own healing. Together we work toward creating a thriving community, empowering survivors of all races, classes, ages, gender identities, sexual orientations, abilities and spiritualities.
(416) 597-8808 (24 hours / day)
For General Info, Questions etc
Women’s College Hospital – Emergency & Follow-up
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Care Centre
Women’s College Hospital is well established as a leader in women’s health - our remarkable history goes back more than a century in Ontario. We have gone through many changes in the past several years - the most recent being regaining our independent governance on April 1, 2006. This is a very exciting time for us, as we explore new and better ways to provide care to women and their families throughout every phase of their lives.
The Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Care Centre
Provides emergency care and counselling to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Our comprehensive service is designed to assist women and men who are victims of sexual assault and partner abuse. We offer many services to our clients, including: Crisis counseling, Emergency and follow-up medical care, Collection of forensic evidence, Safety planning, Short-term counseling.
If you choose to involve the police: We will carefully collect and record the necessary evidence for release and analysis.
Phone: (416) 323-6040
Sexual Assault Care Centre - Non-Emergency (416) 323-6489
Women's College Hospital - Main Building
76 Grenville Street
Toronto, ON M5S 1B2
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