Student Poster and Essay Contest Overview
NCVRW: National Crime Victims Rights Week is April
18 - 24, 2004.
Theme: Victims Rights: Americas Values, that
emphasizes our commitment to shared values of individual and community
safety, equality, and justice for all people in America.
Sponsored by: (List all co-sponsors)
Goal: To engage elementary, middle and high school students
in commemorating 2004 NCVRW, and examine our shared values for
crime victims rights and assistance as exemplified in the
Entries: Poster contest for students in grades 1 through
3. Essay contest for students in grades 4 through 12. (Entries
should include the attached submission form)
Prizes: (List information about prizes)
Speakers: The Contest Co-sponsors can provide speakers
for classrooms or student assemblies that include crime victims
and survivors, victim service providers, or criminal and juvenile
justice professionals (please contact the Co-sponsors for additional
Deadline: Submissions must be provided to the Contest
Co-sponsors no later than Friday, March 19, 2004.
Helpful Resources: Crime
and victimization statistics available from
the U.S. Department of Justice (USDOJ). Information about crime
victim assistance programs and strategies available from the USDOJ Office
for Victims of Crime. Information about programs and services
in our community available from: (List local web and other contacts
for local resources).
For More Information: (List contact for further
|National Crime Victims' Rights
Week: Victims' Rights: America's Values
||April 1824, 2004