New Britain brings awareness to National Crime Victims Rights Week

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The city of New Britain is partnering with the city’s human resources agency to bring awareness to National Crime Victims Rights Week.

New Britain Mayor Erin Stewart is expected to give an announcement during a news conference on Monday.

Related: Senators Murphy, Blumenthal to visit Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence

This Saturday, there will be a National Crime Victims Rights awareness walk in New Britain beginning at 10 a.m.

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