NCRC Hosts Warrant Screening & Victim Offender Mediation CME

Warrant Screening & Victim Offender Mediation

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

12 - 1:15 pm

West End United Methodist Church, McWhirter Hall (ground floor)

1.25 hrs of general CME 


What does the Warrant Screening office in Nashville do?  And how does mediation tie in?  Rosemary Sexton, Assistant District Attorney, will speak on the protocol used by the DA's office for screening complaints and making referrals to mediation.  NCRC's Victim Offender Mediation Coordinator, Danita Marsh, will address the dynamics and particularities of pre-warrant Victim Offender mediation.    


TO REGISTER:  for active volunteers*

  • FREE - does not include buffet lunch
  • $6 for buffet lunch - cash or check made out to Martha Stamps Catering

TO REGISTER:  for inactive/non-volunteers

  • $12 suggested donation - includes buffet lunch 

*Active volunteers are those who mediated in NCRC programs at least 1 time within the last three months    


RSVP is required.  Please reply by Monday, December 8, 2014 and indicate if you are an active or inactive/non-volunteer, and if you wish to purchase lunch.  RSVP to:

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