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National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

Now Available: 2024 NCVRW Artwork

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, April 21–27, 2024

Since 1981, National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) has challenged the Nation to confront and remove barriers to achieving justice for all victims of crime. During NCVRW, we celebrate the accomplishments of the victims’ rights movement and reflect on how far we have come.

Every April, OVC leads communities throughout the country in their annual observances of NCVRW. We will observe NCVRW April 21–27, 2024, with the theme—

How would you help?

Options, services, and hope for crime survivors.

The 2024 theme asks all of us—friends, family members, neighbors, colleagues, community leaders, victim service providers, criminal justice practitioners, and health professionals—how we can help crime victims. Are you prepared if someone confides in you about a victimization? Is your organization victim-centered and trauma-informed? Are you familiar with the services available in your community? 

This year’s theme is a call-to-action for us all to create safe environments for crime victims to share what happened to them. By doing so, we’re able to offer support, options for life-saving services, and, most importantly, hope.

2024 NCVRW Theme Colors

This year’s theme colors are violet, berry, and navy. Use these colors in your awareness materials to draw attention to your community’s observance.

2024 NCVRW Web, Social, and Theme Artwork

Use the 2024 NCVRW English and Spanish artwork in your efforts to raise awareness of victims’ rights, services, and options.

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The 2024 NCVRW materials were created by the National Center for Victims of Crime with funding from OVC.

Date Modified: December 19, 2023
Date Created: May 18, 2020