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National Crime Victims' Rights Week

Date Released: 
Thu, 04/04/2013

National Crime Victims' Rights Week

National Crime Victims' Rights Week is April 21-27th. The Office of Victim Services and our partner organizations will be commemorating the week with an exhibition in the Atrium of the John A. Wilson Building. Stop by 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue during National Crime Victims' Rights Week to learn more about D.C. crime victims rights and the programs in D.C. that serve them.


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