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Camera-Ready Artwork

The most replicated components of the NCVRW Resource Guide are the camera-ready resources. The artwork can be utilized during NCVRW and throughout the year as stand-alone documents, or as part of victim and public awareness campaigns and publications such as brochures, annual reports, and fact sheets. They can also be copied onto transparencies or used electronically to enhance training presentations.

The 2004 Resource Guide camera-ready artwork reflects the theme for NCVRW, along with other salient issues relevant to crime and victimization. When appropriate, the artwork can be personalized with local victim service providers’ contact information. Local printers and correctional agencies may be willing to donate printing services or paper, or provide these services at a reduced cost. For your convenience, all of the camera-ready artwork is provided in hard-copy form and on a CD in the printed Resource Guide.

Provided below are links to low-resolution PDF files suitable for photocopying and viewing online (Note: Camera-ready artwork is available in PDF format only.) Printer-ready art files are provided on a separate page.

  • An 11'' x 17'' poster, presenting the NCVRW theme “Victims’ Rights: America’s Values,” can be reduced for use in newsletters and brochures, and enlarged for public transportation advertisements. Insert your organization’s contact information prior to duplicating the poster artwork.

  • The three “Crime Victims Have the Right to…” print PSAs are designed to educate crime victims and the general public about the rights and services available for victims of crime. Insert your organization’s contact information prior to duplicating the artwork as posters, print ads, or flyers.

  • The artwork for logos and buttons can be printed in one or more colors to add dimension to the message, and can be utilized as visuals for a variety of 2004 NCVRW victim and public awareness activities.

  • Each of the bookmarks should be printed on two sides, on paper that is at least 80-pound cover stock.

  • The artwork for the ribbon cards can help victim service agencies promote public awareness of NCVRW through the distribution of ribbons in the theme colors of Pantone 471 and white. The ribbon cards can be replicated in large quantities. Prior to distribution, loop two theme-colored ribbons together with a stick pin. Then, attach the pin to the right of the text copy. Repeat for all of the ribbon cards.

  • The artwork for a cover or title page for your 2004 NCVRW victim and public outreach resources has space for the logo or name of your agency or organization, or members of your 2004 NCVRW Planning Committee.

  • The sample letterhead encourages coalitions and NCVRW Planning Committees to show a united effort under one banner: 2004 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. Consider adding a listing of NCVRW Planning Committee members and organizations in eight-point type on the letterhead’s left side prior to reproducing it. Also, color can be easily incorporated to add more depth to the design.

  • Artwork for two bumper stickers is included for reproduction and distribution to constituencies. One reflects the 2004 NCVRW theme; the other can be used for more general public awareness purposes.

  • The list of national toll-free information and referral telephone numbers can be reprinted as a stand-alone document or incorporated into other victim service organizations’ or justice-related 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.

  • The Crime Stats Sheet, a new addition to this year’s Resource Guide, provides a highly effective visual depiction of the scope of crime in America. It can be utilized as a stand-alone poster, or incorporated into victim and public awareness materials and training presentations.

  • A certificate of appreciation honors victims/survivors, victim service providers, and others for their contributions to victim assistance. Reproduce the certificate on attractive card stock, with the recipient’s name written in calligraphy. You may also wish to modify the certificate to honor volunteers who assist crime victims and advocates, tying the event into National Volunteer Recognition Week, also commemorated during April 2004.

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National Crime Victims' Rights Week: Victims' Rights: America's Values April 18–24, 2004
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