Governor Roy Cooper Appoints H. Gerald Beaver to N.C. Grievance Resolution Board
April 4, 2018
The Grievance Resolution Board serves within the Division of Adult Correction in the Department of Public Safety. The Board consists of five members appointed by the Governor to serve four-year terms. Three of the members must be attorneys chosen from a list of 10 individuals recommended by the Council of the North Carolina State Bar.
“I am honored and humbled to accept this appointment to the North Carolina Grievance Board from Governor Cooper. It’s my great pleasure to serve on a board whose mission and members I have long respected and admired,” says Attorney H. Gerald Beaver.
The purpose of the Grievance Resolution Board is to provide North Carolina inmates the opportunity to settle their grievances through either informal communication with authorities at offending facilities, or when a formal complaint is necessary, to reduce tension and create stability for formal complaints. The five-member board has authority over all inmate grievances filed through the Administrative Remedy Procedure.
Attorney Beaver began serving the Grievance Resolution Board in January 2018.
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