Schwerin (dpa / mv) - Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania has a new officer for victim support. As announced by the Ministry of Justice in Schwerin, the previous incumbent and former district court director Ulrike Kollwitz is handing over the baton to the Stralsund lawyer Marc Quintana Schmidt. "I'm sure that he too will be a committed pilot for people who are looking for help," said Justice Minister Jacqueline Bernhardt at the handover in Schwerin on Tuesday.
The minister paid tribute to Kollwitz's two and a half years of voluntary work. She said she "did her services in her well-deserved retirement for strengthening victim protection in our country". According to the information, your successor will set up an office in Stralsund in addition to his seat in the House of Justice in Rostock. According to Bernhardt, this would strengthen the protection of victims spatially.