The North Carolina Department of Justice’s Public Protection Section works to educate the people of North Carolina about a variety of issues, including scams and frauds, internet safety and the work of the Department of Justice.
The Public Protection Section offers presentations on the topics listed below. We present to audiences across the state, and we strive to reach as many different people as possible at each presentation. Outreach speakers are available to deliver speeches and participate in panels or conferences; please request presentations with as much notice as possible.
Working to Protect the People of North Carolina
Learn more about the work of the Department of Justice, including work on opioid settlements, robocalls, social media investigations and special prosecutions.
Protecting our Seniors
Learn more about the DOJ’s work to protect senior citizens across North Carolina, including tips to help seniors stay safe online and information about our Medicaid Investigations Division.
Protecting the Next Generation of North Carolinians
Learn more about the DOJ’s work to protect youth, including tips for staying safe online. Check out DOJ’s webinar series, Protecting the Next Generation of North Carolinians, where you can watch convenings on topics such as safe gun storage and online crimes against kids, as well as sign up for future sessions.
Staying Safe Online
Learn more about protecting personal and financial information online, managing your digital footprint, navigating social media and mobile apps, and identifying how the internet is used to commit human trafficking crimes.
Avoiding Scams & Frauds
Learn more about identifying prevalent scams and frauds, how to respond if you think you’ve been scammed, and keeping yourself and your information safe.
Request a Presentation
In addition to the presentations listed above, a representative from DOJ may be able to present on additional topics. Please complete the presentation request form and select “other” if you would like to hear about different options.