Prosecutor Fredric Knapp and the members of the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Victim Witness Unit, Coordinator Donna Pasquariello, Supervisor Amanda Holloway, and Advocate Michelle Leone, attended the monthly Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholder’s meeting in Madison Borough. The meeting was held at the historic Borough Hall/Hartley Dodge Memorial Building.
Freeholder Director Douglas Cabana began the meeting by thanking Madison Borough for hosting the evening, and welcomed all of the community leaders in attendance. He then presented a Proclamation to Prosecutor Knapp on behalf of the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office in honor and recognition of 2018 Crime Victims’ Rights Week. Freeholder Director Cabana also presented Prosecutor Knapp with a new piece of legislature, renewing Morris County’s promise to ensure that the victims of crime throughout the county will receive the proper services and support.
Upon receiving the Proclamation, Prosecutor Knapp introduced the three members of the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Victim Witness Unit and commended them for all of the difficult work that they do. Sheriff James M. Gannon joined Prosecutor Knapp in his praise of Donna Pasquariello, Amanda Holloway, and Michelle Leone in their efforts of working with the various victims of Morris County.
National Crime Victims’ Rights Week has been celebrated every April since 1981, and continues to be an important week of observance. The community leaders of Morris County have worked hard in supporting the efforts of the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office in their goal of recognizing the rights of crime victims.
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