National Crime Victims' Rights Week, which will be observed April 13-19, calls on all of us to consider the life-changing impact that crime has on victims and their loved ones, and to make justice for victims an urgent priority for our communities. This year's theme clearly expresses that sentiment: "Justice for Victims, Justice for All."
This means that there will be no justice for any of us if we don't always seek fairness for our victims. I ask now that everyone in this community reach out to those who have been victimized and stand behind all those harmed by crime.
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