Page County Commonwealth Attorney's Office
& Victim Witness Program
116 South Court Street, Suite D, Luray, Virginia 22835
The members of the Page County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office are lifelong members of the
community. We believe strongly in community outreach and public engagement. We are members
and leaders of various civic organizations and public service groups in the area. Additionally, we work
hard to provide programs that engage the community and raise awareness.
The Commonwealth's Attorney, Kenneth Alger, routinely provides trainings and speaks on various legal
topics throughout the community. If you would like the Commonwealth's Attorney's office to provide
a seminar or presentation to your organization, or to invite Kenneth Alger to speak to your group, please
do not hesitate to contact the Page County Commonwealth's Attorney's office.
CRIME PREVENTION EDUCATION
The Page County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office believes strongly in crime prevention and education. We often appear at local fairs, parades, and civic engagements to discuss ways you can prevent crime from happening to you. Feel free to contact the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office to participate in your function. Our office is always looking for new ways to educate and partner with the community. If you have any ideas, please let us know.
Past projects include:
• An annual dog walk promoting awareness of the link between domestic violence and animal abuse.
• Activities focused around National Crime Victims Week, Child Abuse Awareness Week,
Domestic Violence Month, and other causes.
• Appearing at local fairs, parades, and other community functions.
• Guest Lectures.
Resources on Crime Prevention:
The Commonwealth’s Attorney, Kenneth Alger, routinely provides legal trainings to members of the law enforcement community locally and throughout the state. If you would like such training for your group, please let us know. Past topics presented include:
• Annual Legal Updates
• Crisis Intervention Training
• Criminal and Civil Liability for Law Enforcement Officers
• Determining Predominant Aggressors in Domestic Violence Cases
• Domestic Violence Laws in Virginia
• Elder Abuse and Exploitation
• Evidence Based Prosecutions in Domestic Violence Cases.
• Introduction to Protective Orders
• Online Safety
• Search and Seizure
• Sexual Abuse Prevention Among the Mentally Incapacitated
OTHER LEGAL TRAINING
Mr. Alger is an adjunct professor at James Madison University. In that role he lectures on various topics of business law including white-collar crime, contracts, and property among others.
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116 South Court Street, Suite D | Luray, Virginia 22835 | (540) 743-4517