Commission Meetings and Members

The North Carolina Crime Victims Compensation Commission meets quarterly at 10 a.m. in the Victim Compensation Conference Room, room G-24D of the Archdale Building, 512 N. Salisbury Street, Raleigh.

The Crime Victims Compensation Commission reimburses victims of violent crime for medical bills, lost wages, out of pocket expenses, and other losses related to their victimization. The Commission will hear numerous claims at these meetings.

Commission Members

Narcisa Woods (Chair)
Stacey Carter-Coley (Vice Chair)
Mel Chilton
Sebastian Gimenez
John Kahl
Matthew Sperati

2024 Meeting Dates

Each meeting begins at 10 a.m.

March 13, 2024 
June 12, 2024
September 10, 2024 (Tuesday)
December 11, 2024

Closed Session – To prevent the disclosure of confidential information.

NCGS 143-318.11 as allowed in section:
1. (a)(1) in order to prevent the disclosure of information that is privileged or confidential pursuant to the law of this State or of the United States, or not considered a public record within the meaning of Chapter 132 of the General Statutes;

§ 15B-8.1.  Privilege and records of the Commission.
(a) In a proceeding under this Article, the privileges set forth in G.S. 8-53, 8-53.3, 8-53.4, 8-53.7, 8-53.8, and 8-56 do not apply to communications or records concerning the physical, mental or emotional condition of the claimant or victim if that condition is relevant to a claim for compensation.
(b) All medical information relating to the mental, physical, or emotional condition of a victim or claimant and all law enforcement records and information and any juvenile records shall be held confidential by the Commission and Director. All personal information, as that term is defined in 18 U.S.C. § 2725(3), of victims and claimants and all information concerning the disposition of claims for compensation, except for the total amount awarded a victim or claimant, shall be held confidential by the Commission and Director. Except for information held confidential under this subsection, the records of the Division shall be open to public inspection.  (1989, c. 679, s. 3; 2004-159, s. 1; 2011-267, s. 2.)