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Placer County District Attorney’s Office honors victims during this year’s National Crime Victims’ Rights Week
In honor of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, the Placer County District Attorney’s Office participated in a county resource fair, among other events throughout the week.
“Victims are the reason we keep fighting the fight,” said Victim Witness Supervisor Tamara Musolino. “In our daily journey in supporting victims of crime, we fight to empower each one and let them know, at any given moment, each one of us has the power to change the way the story ends. Marsy’s Law was voted into our state constitution as a result of one person seeking to change the end of their story. Victims will not walk this journey alone.”
Since 1981, National Crime Victims’ Rights Week is celebrated every year in April. The week is dedicated to learning about victimization and the effect victimization has on individuals, families, friends and the community. It also serves to promote laws, policies and programs that help victims of crime. Every year, thousands of communities across the nation observe the week by reaffirming their commitment to victims having the rights, resources and services they need to recover from crime.
The 2022 National Crime Victims’ Rights week is April 25-29. The Placer County District Attorney’s Office, participates in a series of events, including ceremonial ribbon placements, a moment of silence for the victims of crime in the county and attending a community resource fair.
Here are the list of events for the week:
MONDAY, April 25
- Placer County District Attorney’s Office put out pinwheels, ribbons and signs to at the Santucci Justice Center
WEDNESDAY, April 27
- The Placer Collaborative Network resource fair was held at the Gold Country Fairgrounds
- Placer County honored Denim Day to bring awareness to sexual assault victims
THURSDAY, April 28
- The community can participate in a virtual 5k with printable bibs
- Participants are encouraged to share photos of their run
FRIDAY, April 29
- Placer County is encouraging the community to wear blue in honor of victims
- Moment of silence event at the Santucci Justice Center – join victims and community members for a moment of silence for all victims of violence
The Placer County District Attorney’s Office victim services page can be accessed here and more information about National Crime Victims’ Rights Week can be found here.