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Crime Victims’ Rights Week to be observed next week

The Gloucester Victim Witness Assistance Program along with the Gloucester Commonwealth Attorney’s Office will be observing National Crime Victims’ Rights Week next week.

Created in 1981 by former President Ronald Reagan, National Crime Victims’ Rights Week is hosted every April and works to shine a light on survivors of crime as well as the professionals that guide them through the often-tedious waters of the Criminal Justice System.

“Every year, many residents of Gloucester County are victims of crime. As they navigate the challenges of a complex criminal justice system and processing their trauma, Gloucester County Victim Witness Assistance Program is here to provide support including making those victims aware of the rights they have,”” said Gloucester Victim Witness director Chelsea Pierce.

“National Crime Victims’ Rights Week is an important time because it brings awareness to what victims of crime go through,” she added. “Not only does this week bring attention to the ...

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