Davis retires from Darlington County Sheriff’s Office Victim Service Division
Dale Davis, one of two victim advocates of the Darlington County Sheriff’s Office Victim Service Division, retired on March 4, 2016 after 23 years of faithful and dedicated service to the victims of Darlington County.
“She will be missed greatly and we can never thank her enough for all she did for the victims of Darlington County. She is one in a million, and will always have a home here.“ said Darlington County Sheriff J. Wayne Byrd.
As described on the Darlington County municipal website, the Victim Services office is responsible for assisting victims and witnesses impacted by a criminal act.
A victim is a person (an individual) who suffers direct or threatened physical, psychological, or financial harm as a result of a criminal act. This also includes the person’s spouse, parent, child, a representative of a deceased victim, a minor, or someone who is incapable, being physically or psychologically disabled. It does not include someone who is under investigation, charged with a crime, or convicted of a crime.
A witness is a person who has testified or is expected to testify in a case.
To learn more, visit: Victim Services