Justice Institute and Victim Service Center
On October 10, 2019 the Fourteenth Circuit Solicitor’s Office officially opened the first Justice Institute and Victim Service Center in the Low country. This is a great and vital addition to our local communities and especially to the victims of sexual assault and domestic violence in our area.
Hampton County Deputies and Victim Advocates Sharice Allen, Jasmine Butler, Shannon Parker, and Clematria Williams were honored to be in attendance on this momentous occasion. The victim advocates were able hear of all the great and wonderful resources this establishment will have to offer victims, got to tour the facilities, and even met and shook hands with Attorney General Alan Wilson.
The victim advocates also took this time to make many other connections with other victim service providers who were there. Thank you to the wonderful collaborations of the Fourteenth Circuit Solicitors Office, Hopeful Horizons, the Attorney General’s Office and the many other partners who have made this vision of bettering the services that our victims receive and taking a step in the right direction here in the Low country come to life.
If you or someone you know is or has been a victim of sexual assault or domestic violence, please do not hesitate to reach out to our victim advocates here at the Hampton County Sheriff’s Office and allow them to help in the journey to finding justice and healing.