What is the role of the Domestic Conflict Investigator?
To effectively combat the serious and prevalent problems of domestic conflict (DC), interpersonal violence (IV), and intimate partner violence (IPV) within our community, coordinated and comprehensive efforts on the part of police and community partners must be undertaken. Police, as the Criminal Justice system front line workers and the agency which may have initial contact with a victim, have the responsibility of responding competently to the immediate needs of victims, while indicating to offenders that society does not tolerate violence.
The Domestic Conflict Investigator (DCI) is a position which falls within the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) of the Regina Police Service working within Family Services at the Regina Children’s Justice Centre. The position consists of one RPS Corporal who is partnered with a Ministry of Social Service Child Protection Worker.