Leto Copeley will be part of a panel of presenters at two all-day seminars entitled “Civil Justice for Victims of Crime in North Carolina.” The seminars will be held on October 1 in Raleigh, and October 3 in Charlotte. The presenters will provide free training to law enforcement officers, social workers, prosecutors, mental health service providers and victim advocates who work in government and other community-based organizations. The trainers, all attorneys, will teach these advocates and service providers about the civil legal options that may be available for victims of such crimes as homicide, stalking, rape, child sex abuse, domestic violence, drunk driving, elder abuse and identity theft.
The lead sponsor of the seminars is the National Center for Victims of Crime, the nation’s leading resource and advocacy organizations dedicated to helping victims of crime rebuild their lives. Co-sponsors of these seminars include the NC Governor’s Crime Commission, the NC Department of Public Safety, the NC Victim Assistance Network, the NC Association of Chiefs of Police, the NC Conference of District Attorneys, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and the NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault.
View the event flyer.