Honor victims of crimes and their families at a candlelight vigil at 6:30 p.m., Monday, April 27 in Green Valley Park.
Next week is the beginning of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, a time to focus on victims of crime. This year’s theme spotlights the network of lifelines the Victims of Crime Act has extended throughout the nation.
“Every hour of every day crimes occur, and victims need to know that they have supportive organizations to help them through a rough time,” said Robin Miller with the Gila County Attorney’s Office.
“National Crime Victims’ Rights Week provides an opportunity for our community to recognize the Victims of Crime Act as a major bedrock of support for victim services and to reaffirm our nation’s and our community’s commitment to address the needs of victims of crime.”