County honors National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

Photos courtesy/San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office

On Monday, April 7, during the National Crime Victims’ Rights Week memorial at the San Bernardino County Government Center, the District Attorney’s Office presented the Award for Exemplary Service to Victims of Crime to the Physicians of the Children’s Assessment Center. From left to right: Dr. Amy Young, District Attorney Mike Ramos, Dr. Clare Sheridan and Dr. Mark Massi. The Center is on track to treat 1,600 physically and/or sexually abused children this year. (childrensfundonline.org)

By Cynthia Mendoza Like many other agencies nationwide, on Monday, April 7, the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s office honored National Crime Victims’ Rights Week with a special memorial at the San Bernardino County Government Center. According to their website,…

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