SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) – Caddo Parish Officials showed their support for crime victims Monday afternoon.
At LSUS, sheriff's took a stand to ensure crime victims' rights, including fairness, dignity, and respect.
It's the focus of this year's Crime Victims' Rights Week.
More than a dozen local agencies turned out to show their support for victims' rights.
Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator talked about how city leaders want to reaffirm the local government's commitment to enforce victims' rights all year long.
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