Welcome to the Victims' Rights Week event in Colorado Springs for 2014

A 5K fun run and 1 Mile walk to honor Victims' Rights Week 2014. National Crime Victims' Rights Week is a time set aside to build public awareness about the challenges crime victims face and to celebrate the hard won progress in victims' rights and services. It is also a time to honor the professionals who assist and offer guidance, information, support and encouragement to victims of crime in our communities.

This event is being organized this year to help assist victim advocacy agencies within our community. Each participant will have the opportunity to vote as to which local victim advocacy agency the event will benefit.

Posted on Mar 6, 2014 by Julian

Full details

FEES

  • Entry fees are non-refundable
  • 1 Mile Walk (Under 12) - $10
  • 1 Mile Walk (12 & Older) - $25
  • 5K Run (10 & Older) - $25

COURSE

The course is in north Monument Valley Park. The start/finish area will be next to the baseball diamond. The course is mostly flat (we're sure you know where the short hills are!) and on packed-dirt trails.

REGISTRATION (PLEASE REGISTER EARLY!)

  • Online registration is with Active.com
  • Online registration ends on April 18, 2014
  • Very limited race day registration will be available 30 minutes prior to the race, but with a $5 increase in fees.

PACKET PICK-UP

  • Race packets and t-shirts can be picked up on race day at the start/finish area starting at 8:30 a.m.
  • Goodie bags are not guaranteed for late registrants.

Posted on Mar 6, 2014 by Julian

Where do I sign up?

It's easy. We're using active.com as our registrar. Go to this race's registration page, type in your details, and sign up! Easier still, click on the following button:

Posted on Mar 6, 2014 by Julian

What is Victims' Rights Week?

Victims' Rights Week is a national week-long observance to honor the professionals who assist and offer guidance, information, support and encouragement to victims of crime in our communities. Victims' Rights Week is to help remind the public that victims bear the brunt of crime and remind us that we are all vulnerable to crime. Victims' rights are everyone's rights. Without justice to victims of crime, there can be no justice for all.

Posted on Mar 6, 2014 by Julian