WEATHER IN LINCOLN COUNTY


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Ribbons keep big problems visible and top of mind…


Provided by Lincoln County PIO Casey Miller

April 22–28 is National Crime Victims’ Rights Week
Crime Victims’ Rights Ribbons displayed on the front lawn of the Lincoln County Courthouse

Dark Blue – Child Abuse Prevention Awareness, Crime Victim’s Rights Awareness, Police Lost In Duty Awareness
Purple – Domestic Violence Awareness, Victims of 9/11 – World Trade Center
Red – DARE Awareness (Drug Abuse Resistance Education), Driving Under the Influence Awareness
Silver – Elder Abuse Awareness
Teal – Rape Awareness, Sexual Assault Awareness
White – Child Sexual Abuse/Assault Awareness

Since 1981, National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) has challenged the nation to extend its vision of crime victims’ rights and services to reach every victim of crime. Each year, communities across the country celebrate decades of hard-earned progress in securing the rights, resources and protections that crime victims need to rebuild their lives.

The Lincoln County District Attorney’s Office assists victims of crime by providing them with empathy and respect, current and timely information, and ongoing support and assistance. For more information about Lincoln County Victims Assistance and organizations such as: My Sisters’ Place, CASA and the Children’s Advocacy Center use the following link:

http://www.co.lincoln.or.us/da/victims.html

Photograph (L to R) – Jill Wagner (District Attorney’s Office), Kaitlin Wilson (My Sisters Place), Julie Bobo-Shisler (Victims Assistance) Zaidali Botello (My Sisters Place), Pam Salisbury (Children’s Advocacy Center)

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