State's Attorney's Office - Meetings and Events
April 1, 2017

Fourth Annual 7k Run / 1k Walk to Remember

The Howard County State’s Attorney’s Office is the principal organizer of the Fourth Annual 7k Run/ 1k Walk to Remember which will be held at 8 a.m. on Saturday, April 1 at Centennial Park. The charity run, presented by the Maryland State’s Attorneys’ Association, benefits the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence and kicks-off National Crime Victims’ Right Week.  The 7k-race length (4.3 miles) represents one-k for every day of observance or remembrance.

 

The 7k run starts and finishes near the boat-launch ramp adjacent to the park’s Centennial Lake (near Pavilions E,F & G).  The course will exit the park and run along MD Rt. 108 before returning to the park, following the bike path around the lake.  Centennial Park is located at 10000 MD. Rt. 108, just west of U.S. Route 29 in Ellicott City

 

The run is organized by Bullseye Running (www.bullseyerunning.com).  Registration is now open.  To register, log onto www.active.com and enter 7k Run to Remember in the search box at the top of the home page.  Registration for runners is $35.00.

 

 All proceeds will go to the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence-- the domestic violence coalition that brings together victim service providers, allied professionals, and concerned individuals for the common purpose of reducing intimate partner and family violence and its harmful effects on Maryland citizens.

 

The Ellicott City-based Maryland State’s Attorneys’ Association is an advocate for the honorable and ethical administration of justice in Maryland, and provides continuing education and additional services for prosecuting attorneys and other personnel affiliated with the 24 state’s attorneys’ offices throughout the State of Maryland.  Howard County State’s Attorney Dario Broccolino is a past president of the organization and currently serves on the board of directors.

 

 


April 2-8, 2017

National Crime Victims' Rights Week

Every year in April, the Howard County State's Attorney's Office joins with organizations, throughout our nation, in this week-long observance to promote victims' rights and to honor crime victims and those who advocate on their behalf.

This year's theme-- Strength, Resilience, Justice-- reflects a vision of the future; a future in which all victims are strengthened by the response they receive from victim services providers, organizations are resilient in response to challenges, and communities are able to seek collective justice and healing.

During National Crime Victims' Right Week, our office reaffirms our commitment to creating a victim service and criminal justice response that assists all victims of crime and works to build trust and hope in the communities we serve.