Our focus needs to be caring for and protecting victims. We’ll work hard in the state Legislature to build on Wisconsin’s history on victims’ rights by making them truly equal.

State Sen. Van Wanggaard (R-Racine), Chairman of the State Senate Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety

The brave survivors affected by crime deserve to be treated with respect and have a stronger voice in the process.

State Sen. Dave Hansen (D-Green Bay)

As Sheriffs, our job is to keep communities safe, and that means protecting victims. The Badger State Sheriffs’ Association is proud to support Marsy’s Law because it will strengthen our efforts to make victims feel safe in their communities.

Marquette County Sheriff Kim Gaffney, President of the Badger State Sheriffs’ Association

One of law enforcement’s most important duties is to protect victims of crime, and the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association is proud to support Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin’s fight for equal rights.

Chief Chris Domagalski, 2017 President of the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association

It’s time to level the playing field between victims and the criminals who have attacked us-we want equality under the law, nothing more, nothing less.

Teri Jendusa Nicolai, assault survivor and Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin State Chair

A crime victim didn’t choose to be part of the criminal justice system. They’re forced into it, and we need to treat them with dignity and respect. Marsy’s Law is about turning crime victims into survivors.

Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel

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