Sexual Conduct | Understanding Your Rights and Navigating the Process

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Tuckahoe Henrico County Public Library

1901 Starling Drive

Richmond, Virginia 23229

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We are hosting a FREE SEMINAR with complimentary breakfast.

Come out and learn from our Partners of Excellence, about when conduct becomes misconduct, what you can expect to happen once behavior has crossed the line, and how to navigate the elementary and secondary school Code of Conduct and the legal system. If you are a parent of a school aged youth, ages 12-17, this Master Class is for you!

Who Should Join Us?

  • Parents of school-aged youth, ages 12-17, residing in Henrico, Chesterfield, Richmond and surrounding areas.
  • Persons seeking to obtain an understanding of sexual harassment and behaviors that may contribute to violations of the school Code of Conduct (to include bullying, substance use, social media, sexting, etc.), as well as Teacher on Student conduct.
  • Parents seeking to obtain an A-Z guide in understanding the Commonwealth’s Attorney, Special Victims Unit, and the Civil/Administrative legal process when reporting,
    processing, and making charging decisions.
  • Persons seeking to understand when does Child Protective Services (CPS) get involved, what’s involved in a CPS investigation, and what’s the outcome of a CPS investigation.
  • Persons seeking to explore advocacy services, disability/IEP, court involved youth, and various community resources.
  • Students, Teachers, Counselors, Clergy, and all who may benefit.

Learn from our Partners of Excellence

While the “MeToo” movement has focused on sexual harassment in the workplace, sexual harassment begins much earlier, and flirting to one may be considered predatory to another.

Maxine A. Lambert

Chief Excellence Officer | Get Your House in Order | LHL Master Class

Brice E. Lambert

Attorney | Lambert and Associates

Toni M. Randall

Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney | County of Henrico

Detective A. T. Kunz

Special Victims Unit | Henrico County Police Division

Nyah D. Hamlett

Assistant Superintendent | Henrico County Public Schools

Lisa A. Bennett

Attorney | Just Children | Legal Aid Justice Center

Beth Gilmore

Senior Family Services Specialist | Henrico Child Protective Services


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1901 Starling Drive

Richmond, Virginia 23229

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