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Springfield and other communities across the country are honoring those who have been impacted by crime.
This is National Crime Victims Rights Week.
Communities all over the country are honoring crime victims during National Crime Victims Rights Week.
Sarah Anderson is a spokesperson for the Department of Social Services. She explains what this week is all about.
Anderson says it is an important week because communities should be aware of the impact of crime.
Springfield is one of the communities participating in the National Crime Victims Rights Week. There will be a dedication of twenty memorial and honorary bricks for local crime victims. Music will be provided by Central High School's Chamber Choir.
The event is Wednesday, April 25 at the Victims Memorial Garden. The Garden is at located at the south east corner of Phelps Grove Park. The event is free and open to the community.