CAVEAT is a grass-roots charitable organization serving as a non-partisan
voice for all Canadians, working together for safety, peace, and justice.
Follow this link to view a complete list of CAVEAT'S Stances.
CAVEAT was incorporated as a not-for-profit charitable organization in
June, 1992 and received its charitable designation in October, 1992. The
organization is governed by a volunteer board, of which Priscilla de
Villiers is President. Professional staff and numerous volunteers manage
the company and coordinate its various programs.
Sponsorships & Funding
Our means of support is a community of Canadian shaken by senseless acts
of violence and injustice. Our membership consists of victims, the general
public, and includes a large youth contingent. The fact that over 80% of
our members are not yet direct victims of violent crime gives our work
balance and perspective. It shows that Canadians are deeply concerned
about crime and public safety.
CAVEAT is proud to be a member of:
World Society of Victimology, Germany
National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA), Washington, D.C.
National Victim Center, Forth Worth, Texas
National Justice Network, Ottawa
Bereavement Ontario Network
Crime Prevention Ontario
Board of Directors
Chairman of the Board
CAVEAT's Regional Offices
CAVEAT has a regional office in Langley, BC.
Go to the CAVEAT BC Website
Contact CAVEAT BC.
For More Information
For further information regarding CAVEAT you can take a look at
our Chronicle , or
please feel free to contact us.
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last updated: 05.15.2000 - 13:47:09 EDT