National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) APRIL 2020

Every April, the State’s Attorney’s Office joins with the Governor’s Office of Crime Control & Prevention and the Maryland State Board of Victim Services in the annual observance of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week—a time to honor crime victims and to reflect on our nation’s progress in advancing their rights. In recent years, the annual observance featured a memorial service, an open house and reception at the State’s Attorney’s Office, along with the dedication of a garden remembering the victims of crime in Howard County.

County Executive Calvin Ball Honors NCVRW with a Certificate of Recognition

Victim Witness Coordinator at Podium with County Executive State's Attorney with Victim Witness Coordinator

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) APRIL 2019

HoCo Crime Victims Plaque National Crime Victims’ Rights Week attendees Rich H. Gibson, Jr. at NCVRW NCVRW attendees
During the COVID-19 public health crisis, we are available and remain at your service. Please feel free to contact your Victim Assistance Team member or you may email or call 410-313-3153.