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Expungement Clinic at NC Works Career Center Aug. 7

Aug 03, 2018

The Cumberland County NC Works Career Center will host an Expungement Clinic for former offenders Aug. 7 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Career Center, located at 414 Ray Ave., Fayetteville. The clinic is sponsored by the North Carolina Commerce Reentry Initiative and Legal Aid of North Carolina.

 

The expungement clinic is an information session on the types of criminal convictions that can be expunged; how to apply for Legal Aid assistance in getting eligible criminal offenses expunged and a question-and-answer segment. Expungement clinics are held at the Cumberland County NC Works Career Center on the first Tuesday of the month. The next clinic will be on Sept. 4.

 

Anyone who wants to attend the expungement clinic must register an account with NCWorks.gov. Only individuals registered as a client with NC Works may sign up for the expungement clinic. After registering with NCWorks.gov, you must request to be added to the expungement clinic calendar, either by calling the Career Center at 910-486-1010 or in person. The center is located at 414 Ray Ave., Fayetteville. Individuals without Internet access may visit the Career Center to register with NC Works. Space is limited so prompt registration is encouraged.

 

For more information about the NC Works Career Center and services offered, visit co.cumberland.nc.us/career-center or call 910-486-1010. The Workforce Development Board is appointed and governed by the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners.