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Inter-Agency Case Assessment Team (ICAT)


Domestic violence presents very specific and far reaching challenges for personal and public safety. Domestic violence can take many forms, including mental, sexual and physical. These initiatives focus on those cases that require criminal justice system involvement.

The Inter-agency Case Assessment Team (ICAT) mobilizes community partners and service agencies to help the Surrey RCMP Domestic Violence Unit identify highest risk offenders of domestic violence, conduct risk assessments, and create action plans associated to the management of that offender.

Member organizations of ICAT encourage information sharing and the implementation of referral and case management strategies. They also maintain awareness within the community and their agencies of safety planning and the principles and practices of risk assessment. Through a collaborative, cross agency approach, proactive support is provided to reduce the barriers to service, keep victims and offenders safe, and reduce domestic violence offenses.

"1 in 10 Canadians have witnessed domestic violence in their families.” – Ministry of Children and Family Development

How we'll measure success

  • Domestic Violence Prevention Outreach
  • High Risk Offender Recidivism

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