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Crime Victims' Rights Week focuses on children

7:29 AM, Apr. 23, 2013
One hundred pinwheels were placed outside the Door County Justice Center on Monday to mark Crime Victims' Rights Week, April 21-27.
One hundred pinwheels were placed outside the Door County Justice Center on Monday to mark Crime Victims' Rights Week, April 21-27.
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Door County Victim/Witness Assistance Program Coordinator Lisa Mraz took time with an assistant Monday morning to place 100 pinwheels in the ground outside the Door County Justice Center.

The wind toys represented child victims of crime in observance of Crime Victims' Rights Week, Mraz said. The idea, part of a statewide "Pinwheel Project," is to raise awareness of the impact ...

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