The enclosed camera ready artwork incorporates the weeks
theme, Bringing Honor to Victims, along with other salient
issues relevant to crime and victimization. Use these pieces in
whatever way you feel would be most productive for your organization,
whether on their own or combined with other materials. Many can
be used year round.
Much of the camera ready artwork has been designed so that it can
be localized with local victim service providers contact information.
Just make sure you add the local information, before you send it
to a printer. Ask a local printer to donate printing services and/or
paper, or provide these services at a reduced cost. Many will for
a good cause.
All of the camera ready pieces are designed to be printed in black
and white. However, if you would like to print in color, the Pantone
colors used for the 2002 National Crime Victims Rights Week
poster and Resource Guide folder are: PMS 186 (red), PMS 2738
(blue), and black.
- NCVRW Logos
& Buttons (PDF only). This assortment of camera ready
art can be used on buttons, brochures, programs, invitations,
centerpieces, any printed item used during the Week. Also, color
can be easily incorporated to add more depth to the designs.
(PDF only). Each of the provided bookmarks should be printed
on two sides. The bookmarks print best on paper that is at least
- NCVRW Letterhead
(PDF only). Add your organizations contact information
and then print out multiple copies. Youll then be ready
to use for cover letters, news releases, scripts for public services
announcements, and more. You may also wish to incorporate a listing
of NCVRW Planning Committee members onto the letterhead prior
to reproducing it to demonstrate a coalition effort.
Stickers (PDF only).
of Appreciation (PDF only). Use to honor victim advocates
and service providers for their contributions to victim assistance.
The certificate can be reproduced on attractive card stock, with
the recipients name written in calligraphy. Spaces are provided
for the date of the award and the signature of the director of
the organization giving the award. You may also wish to modify
the certificate to honor volunteers who assist crime victims and
advocates, tying the event into National Volunteer Week, which
will also be commemorated during the week of April 21-27, 2002.
- National toll-free
information and referral telephone numbers (PDF only). This
list can be reprinted as a stand alone document or
incorporated into other victim service organizations publications.
This list can also be utilized for training and technical assistance,
especially for criminal and juvenile justice and allied professionals
who are in need of good referral programs for the victims with
whom they have contact.
Honor to Victims poster (PDF only). This 11 x 17,
black and white, poster can be enlarged and/or reduced for use
in newsletters, brochures, and even on billboards. Victim service
providers can insert their organizations contact and event
information prior to duplicating multiple copies of the poster
Bringing Honor to Victims
Public Awareness Poster
in years past, we have developed a multicolor, 24
x 28 commemorative poster to help promote your
public awareness efforts. This years striking
postersuitable for framinguses a flag motif
and illustrates graphically many of the ways we honor
victims of crime: justice, voice, respect, participation,
choices, resources, advocacy, support, information,
safety, counseling, restitution. One poster will be
mailed separately to everyone who receives the 2002
Resource Guide. A smaller, black and white version,
with white space provided for localizing, can be found
in the Camera Ready Section of the Resource Guide.
One additional free full-size poster is available by
contacting the Office for Victims of Crime Resource
Center at 800-627-6872. Additional copies may be purchased
on-line for $6.50 each at www.ncvc.org,
while supplies last.
|National Crime Victims'
Rights Week: Bringing Honor to Victims