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NATIONAL CRIME VICTIMS'

RIGHTS WEEK 2022

“Rights, Access, Equity, for all victims” 

Welcome to www.PAVHawaii.com a dedicated website for the National Crime Victims' Rights Week in Hawai'i. 

Please scroll down to see recordings of the Proclamation Ceremony, Virtual Candlelight vigil, other speakers, and resources. 

Mahalo

On behalf of the National Crime Victims' Rights Coalition we want to give many thanks to those who helped plan the events, advertise and speak on behalf of victims and survivors of crime.

 

Virtual Candlelight Vigil
April 26th at 6:00PM on Zoom

Help us remember victims by attending Virtual Candlelight Vigil where community members around the state can light a candle, or request to light a virtual candle, in support of those that have been victimized by crime.  The event will include music and stories from survivors who will share how their lives have been impacted by crime, acknowledge how it has affected their lives, and share ways in which services and support networks helped them. 

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VICTIM WISH BOARD

Share a thought, wish, or hope

for a victim or survivor.

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Name of Victim: Brian Lee Paulette

"I wished for justice - there was none.
Now I wish for justice for all victims of crime."

Theresa Paulette

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CEREMONY SPEAKERS

Clare E. Connors

United States Attorney

The United States Attorney's Office, District of Hawai'i

Steve Alm

Prosecuting Attorney

Department of the Prosecuting Attorney, City and County of Honolulu

Pamela Ferguson-Brey

Executive Director

Crime Victim Compensation Commission

Angelina Mercado

Executive Director

Hawai'i Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Dennis Dunn

Director of Victim Witness Kokua Services

Department of the Prosecuting Attorney's Office City and County of Honolulu

Reverend Al Miles

Lead Chaplain

Queen's Medical Center

Kalei Grant

Assistant Coordinator

Department of the Attorney General - Missing Child Center - Hawai'i

Advocate / Survivor

Chanda Park

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Victim/Survivor

 
 
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WEEK EVENT TIMELINE

Hosted by the Hawai’i Department of Public Safety, the Crime Victim Compensation Commission, the Hawai’i Paroling Authority, the Department of the Prosecuting Attorney, and the National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Coalition.

 

Events for Hawai’i will take place from

April 25–30, 2022. 

April 26 - 30, 2022

April 26, 2022 

6:00 p.m.

April 26 - 30, 2022

Virtual Candlelight Vigil

There will be a virtual candlelight vigil where community members around the state can light a candle, or request to light a virtual candle, in support of those that have been victimized by crime.  The event will include music and stories from survivors who will share how their lives have been impacted by crime, acknowledge how it has affected their lives, and share ways in which services and support networks helped them. 

*The Candlelight Vigil will be recorded and available on the website afterwards*

Victim Wish Board

A Victim Wish Board will be running all week on the website. Victims/survivors, advocates, and supporters will have the opportunity to submit and post a wish for a victim/survivor they know. 

Videos and Resources

Local victim service providers will share short informational videos and other resource about victims’ rights and support services provided to victims/survivors in the community. These will be posted on the website throughout the week. 

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