Helping victims cope with court


Niki Glispie, left, director of the Highland County Prosecutor’s Victim/Witness Assistance Program, addressed Hillsboro Rotarians this week, describing the work her office does to help victims of crime or witnesses understand the court process. The office was started in 1991 by then-prosecutor and current common pleas Judge Rocky Coss. Glispie said that more than 700 victims were served last year in working with the three courts associated with the program. Law enforcement relies on the office to assist at times of crisis, and volunteers or staff members often get called to traffic accidents and crimes scenes. At the Rotary meeting, Sheriff Donnie Barrera offered praise for the office and the assistance it provides to law enforcement. Also pictured is Highland County Prosecutor Anneka Collins.


Niki Glispie, left, director of the Highland County Prosecutor’s Victim/Witness Assistance Program, addressed Hillsboro Rotarians this week, describing the work her office does to help victims of crime or witnesses understand the court process. The office was started in 1991 by then-prosecutor and current common pleas Judge Rocky Coss. Glispie said that more than 700 victims were served last year in working with the three courts associated with the program. Law enforcement relies on the office to assist at times of crisis, and volunteers or staff members often get called to traffic accidents and crimes scenes. At the Rotary meeting, Sheriff Donnie Barrera offered praise for the office and the assistance it provides to law enforcement. Also pictured is Highland County Prosecutor Anneka Collins.

Niki Glispie, left, director of the Highland County Prosecutor’s Victim/Witness Assistance Program, addressed Hillsboro Rotarians this week, describing the work her office does to help victims of crime or witnesses understand the court process. The office was started in 1991 by then-prosecutor and current common pleas Judge Rocky Coss. Glispie said that more than 700 victims were served last year in working with the three courts associated with the program. Law enforcement relies on the office to assist at times of crisis, and volunteers or staff members often get called to traffic accidents and crimes scenes. At the Rotary meeting, Sheriff Donnie Barrera offered praise for the office and the assistance it provides to law enforcement. Also pictured is Highland County Prosecutor Anneka Collins.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_victims-assistance-2-16.jpgNiki Glispie, left, director of the Highland County Prosecutor’s Victim/Witness Assistance Program, addressed Hillsboro Rotarians this week, describing the work her office does to help victims of crime or witnesses understand the court process. The office was started in 1991 by then-prosecutor and current common pleas Judge Rocky Coss. Glispie said that more than 700 victims were served last year in working with the three courts associated with the program. Law enforcement relies on the office to assist at times of crisis, and volunteers or staff members often get called to traffic accidents and crimes scenes. At the Rotary meeting, Sheriff Donnie Barrera offered praise for the office and the assistance it provides to law enforcement. Also pictured is Highland County Prosecutor Anneka Collins.
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