Victim Services
Sep 21, 2017
Kimberley Clark, Halton Police
Victim Services

Kimberley Clark has worked in the field of Victim Services for the past 18 years holding various positions from Crisis Counsellor to Executive Director. 

In 2001 Kimberley received her undergraduate degree in Sociology and her Diploma in Family Mediation from McMaster University.

Starting with Victim Services of Peel in 1994 she began as a volunteer and evolved to DVERS Program Manager, managing clients at the highest risk of violence.  In 2003 Kimberley introduced Victim Services to the region of Waterloo when she began her role as the Executive Director for Victim Services of Waterloo Region.  Increasing program initiatives through successful grant submissions, Kimberley introduced a GPS tracking device to better support victims at high risk of violence and further developed and implemented collaborative protocols with police and community agencies. 

In 2009 she was elected as Chair of the Ontario Network of Victim Service Providers, a provincial organization representing over 35 Victim Service sites in Ontario.  There she helped re shape Victim Services through a unified branding and collaboratively helped raise the profile of Victim Services on a provincial, federal and international level. 

In 2012 she completed her MBA and was later appointed to the Domestic Violence Death Review Committee in 2013 where she served for three years.

In addition to her work with victims Kimberley also worked at the John Howard Society of Waterloo Wellington where she facilitated groups for court mandated male and female offenders of domestic violence. 

She later joined the Halton Regional Police Service in 2014 as is currently the Victim Services Unit Administrator.