Who We Are
The Conference was established by the General Assembly “…to assist in improving the administration of justice in North Carolina by coordinating the prosecution efforts of the various district attorneys.” The primary objective of the Conference is to provide crucial support to prosecutors in the discharge of their duties. To accomplish this, the Conference extends a range of valuable resources and guidance, including Professional Development, Publications, and Research Assistance. These resources enable prosecutors to uphold justice for North Carolina’s citizens in an effective and efficient manner.
If you have experienced any sort of crime, the legal system may seem overwhelming due to its complex processes, legal jargon, and professionals. But, you have rights as a victim that must be respected. To gain knowledge about your rights and access vital information, please explore the Victims Tab and other resources available to you. You can rest assured that you have the ability to take action and make sure your rights are upheld.
Domestic Violence Regional-Central: Improving the Process
- March 1, 2024
- Raleigh, NC
This one-day training for prosecutors, law enforcement, and administrative professionals will cover an array of common challenges in domestic violence cases and give tips to improve the process of holding abusers accountable. The training will include investigations, report writing and documentation, assessing lethality, tracking repeat offenders, case management, and evidence-based prosecutions.
Up in Smoke
Fundamentals of Juvenile Justice
As the juvenile court system keeps evolving, it’s crucial for law enforcement professionals and other allied professionals to stay up to date with the legal changes regarding juvenile matters. The one-day training session will mainly focus on juvenile procedures, investigations, the roles of School Resource Officers, “Raise the Age” information and a juvenile law update. Additionally, community organizations will be present to provide law enforcement officers with information about the services they offer to juvenile offenders.
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Trey Robison is the District Attorney for Prosecutorial District 30 which encompasses Union County, NC. Prior to becoming appointed as the District Attorney in 2011, Trey Robison was an Assistant District Attorney from 1996-2002 in Anson, Stanly, Richmond, and Union counties. He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Arts degree and received his Juris Doctorate degree from Wake Forest University School of Law in 1996.
District Attorney Trey Robison works to support a collaborative environment between his office, local law enforcement, and federal law enforcement by partnering with local schools to educate students on the roles and responsibilities of a District Attorney. He also partners with Safe Kids of Union County, a program designated to reduce the number of unintentional, preventable, childhood injuries that results in deaths.
District Attorney Trey Robison also advocates for the end of drug and opioid abuse in his communities. Recently, he was presented with the “Save Lives Together” Award from the Fentanyl Victims Network of North Carolina and the Forgotten Victims of North Carolina, for his public service to save lives, inform the community, and uphold the law.
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The North Carolina Conference of District Attorneys offers a wealth of valuable information and assistance to prosecutors and their law enforcement partners. If you are unable to locate the answers you require, please do not hesitate to reach out to our team members. We are dedicated to providing guidance and direction to ensure that the needs of prosecutors are met with the utmost professionalism and respect.