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William Billy Lassiter

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Deputy Commissioner of Juvenile J...

Phone: (919) ***-****  
Email: w***@***.gov
North Carolina Department of Public Safety
512 N Salisbury St
Raleigh , North Carolina 27604
United States


Employment History


  • Masters of Public Administration ( M.P.A. )
    North Carolina State University
  • Masters of Public Administration ( M.P.A.
    North Carolina State University
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"Last year, the Department unveiled a ..., 25 April 2013 [cached]
"Last year, the Department unveiled a new approach that combined evidence-based practices with shorter residential lengths of stay and more intensive community-based services that are family-focused and delivered in the youth's home community," said William Lassiter, director of community programs for NCDPS. | The North Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, 25 July 2013 [cached]
William Lassiter, Community Programs Administrator Judy Stephens Court Services Administrator | The North Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention [cached]
William Lassiter, Director of Communications
William Lassiter, Center for the Prevention of School Violence Manager, Receives National Award from Hamilton Fish Institute
The Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention is pleased to announce that its Center for the Prevention of School Violence (CPSV) Manager, William Lassiter, was recently awarded the recognition for service award by the Hamilton Fish Institute for his outstanding work in the area of school violence. The award was presented to Lassiter during the 2007 National Conference on Safe Schools on October 30, 2007, in Washington D.C.
"We could not be more proud of William Lassiter on this wonderful accomplishment," said Secretary George L. Sweat. "His commitment and dedication to school violence prevention has been a tremendous asset to this Department, and we commend him on receiving this much deserved award."
William Lassiter, (left) Darlene Marsh and Malcolm Lee discuss Tool-Kit training sessions.
Lassiter began working for the CPSV in January of 1998 as a researcher. In 1999, he became the project coordinator for North Carolina's statewide school safety tip line and its accompanying educational campaign, Working Against Violence Everywhere (WAVE). By 2001, Lassiter had been promoted to the CPSV's School Safety Specialist. In this position, Lassiter coordinated a number of projects for CPSV including: the "What We Want to Be is Bully-Free" awareness campaign and North Carolina's annual "Census of School Resource Officers. Lassiter organized the North Carolina portion of the National Institute of Justice-sponsored national evaluation of school resource officers and directed North Carolina's critical incident response-kit project. He has also been instrumental in coordinating North Carolina's pre-service teacher conflict management project as well as the CPSV's character education effort.
Lassiter received his Masters of Public Administration (M.P.A.) from North Carolina State University.
"Sure state government has a role ..., 1 June 2010 [cached]
"Sure state government has a role in it, but obviously parents and community have a huge role in it, too," said William Lassiter, spokesman for the N.C. Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
"By the time a child gets to us, you are talking about a kid who is 12 or 13 years old and has developed really bad habits from parents or the community. And we have to fix that," he said.
According to Billy Lassiter, ..., 29 May 2009 [cached]
According to Billy Lassiter, Director of Communications for the N.C. Department of Juvenile Justice, there is a possibility that Dobbs could close by September.
"In April, the N.C. Senate passed a budget for the 2009/2010 fiscal year that would cut out funding for Dobbs School," Lassiter said.
The proposed cuts would not affect the Lenoir Youth Development Center across the street from Dobbs.
Lassiter said the Senate's budget differed from the one recently proposed by Gov.
"There was money for Dobbs in the governor's proposed budget," Lassiter said. "Now we're waiting to see what the N.C. House will propose in their version."
Lassiter said once the House and Senate budget proposals were complete, a committee consisting of House and Senate members will form to mold the final budget proposal.
"After the House and Senate reach an agreement on the budget, it will go to the governor's desk for approval or veto," Lassiter said.
Lassiter stressed that nothing is concrete ... yet.
"At this point, closing the school is just a proposal," Lassiter said.
Lassiter said if Dobbs were to close, 51 of those employees would be let go.
"The other employees would probably be reassigned to similar facilities within the department," Lassiter said.
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