There is a Domestic Violence Symposium scheduled for Friday in Clinton.
The symposium has been announced by Anderson County General Sessions Court Judge, Division I, Don A. Layton, in partnership with Probation Services Incorporated, or PSI.
The symposium is scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon Friday, October 28, in the PSI conference room at 135 South Main Street in Clinton, a press release said.
The symposium will feature presentations from Anderson County District Attorney General David Clark and others, including Russell Barker, Rex Lynch, Mary Ann Young, and Chad McNabb, the press release said.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Domestic violence is a crime that knows no bounds and is a nationwide problem, the press release said.
“This event will provide the opportunity for the various stakeholders to discuss the current state of law enforcement of domestic violence in Anderson County,” the release said.
It said Anderson County officials are committed to due process enforcement of the law with emphasis on victim safety and offender rehabilitation.
The public is welcome to attend the Friday symposium by calling PSI at (865) 463-7885 to reserve a seat.
More information will be added as itÂ becomes available.
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