Police Victim Services of British Columbia (PVSBC)
Feb 09, 2022
Ian Batey
Police Victim Services of British Columbia (PVSBC)

Police Victim Services of British Columbia (PVSBC) is a non-profit association dedicated to serving the needs of police victim services programs. As the largest police victim services association in Canada, PVSBC provides leadership, support, advocacy and training to professionals working in the field of victim services. We are placing British Columbia at the forefront of victim services.


Police Victim Services of British Columbia:
•  Acts as a resource to police victim services programs
•  Liaises with government ministries on victim’s issues
•  Develops training and resource materials
•  Partners with other organizations involved with crime prevention and victim services.
•  Hosts an annual training symposium
•  Promotes public awareness
•  Publishes, a newsletter PVSBC Quarterly

Born, educated, married to Anne and raised his family in Victoria, Ian is serious about professional growth, effective governance practices and the wellbeing of individuals and community.  Prior to joining Police Victim Services BC, he was Principal, IPB Consulting, where he provided essential advice to private, public, and not-for-profit sector organizations built on enduring relationships, trust and transparency.  Ian’s career with the Provincial Government included executive roles in human resource management and employee relations, law enforcement, public gaming and aboriginal relations and reconciliation.  He has significant leadership expertise in business, governance, philanthropy, homelessness, housing affordability, and major sport events.  Ian’s current affiliations include memberships with the Institute of Corporate Directors, Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce, Our Place Society, 100+ Men, Greater Victoria Coalition to End Homelessness, and Victoria Open Golf Society.