December 12, 2018 at 6:00 pm
At 1 East Edenton Street, Raleigh
NCVAN is encouraged by the passing of the Victims’ Rights Amendment on November 6, 2018. Now the work begins. NCVAN will work closely with policy makers and state legislators on enabling legislation. We acknowledge there will be challenges ahead but remain convinced that the victims’ rights amendment, often referred to as Marsy’s Law, will ultimately ensure victims are acknowledged and their voices are heard during the criminal justice process.
NCVAN is grateful for those individuals who supported crime victims by attending the events in our area.
NCVAN hosted candlelight vigil at the NC State Capitol to honor those lives taken by violence and their surviving loved ones.
We finished our fall clean up and planting at the NCVAN Victim Memorial Garden this morning. Many thanks to Tina from the Homewood Nursery & Garden Center for the donation