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Longtime Douglas County District Attorney’s Office employee Cindy Riling honored

On April 11, at the 22nd Annual Crime Victims’ Rights Conference , Cindy Riling was honored with the state’s 2019 Crime Victims Service Award in the System-Based Advocate category. The award was presented at a luncheon by Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt.

 During her 14 years of service to victims, Cindy has demonstrated dedication to her profession, both to the victims she serves and to her peers across the state.  Outside of her direct work in Douglas County, Cindy has taken an active role in advancing her profession across Kansas as a committee member “subject matter expert” on the Improving Criminal Justice Response (ICJR) System Based Victim Assistance Staff (SBVAS) Subcommittee, she is approved as a System Based Victim Assistance Staff (SBVSA) curricula trainer, and Cindy assisted in providing training at 21st Annual Crime Victims’ Rights Conference in April 2018.

Mary Shultz