North Carolina Resources*
This page provides the actual statutes of all North Carolina laws. Victims/survivors may find it helpful to better understand specific criminal charges.
The NC Conference of District Attorneys provides support to the 44 elected DAs and their staff members. Use this Web page to find and contact your district attorney’s office. District attorney’s offices are the agencies charged with prosecuting criminal charges (most violent crime charges) on behalf of the State of North Carolina.
The NC Attorney General’s Office offers resources and information to victims of certain types of crimes including elder abuse, identity theft and consumer scams.
The NC Department of Justice produces annual reports of North Carolina crime statistics with information on reported crimes by county, major cities and crimes.
Use NC Health Info to find reliable, easy-to-use information about health insurance, choosing a doctor or health care service, getting a second opinion, electronic health records, and more to help you become a better informed patient and navigate the health care system successfully.
Resources for families of missing persons.
The NC Governor’s Crime Commission serves as the chief advisory body to the Governor and the Secretary of the Department of Public Safety on Crime and Justice issues. The agency sets program priorities, reviews applications and makes recommendations to the Governor for the State’s Criminal Justice, Crime Victims’ Services and Juvenile Justice Federal grants.
Find the U.S. House the member who represents by zip code.
Find the N.C. senators and House members who represent you.
Battered Women’s Justice Project
Bureau of Indian Affairs Indian Country Child Abuse Hotline
Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline
Child Welfare Information Gateway
Federal Trade Commission Identity Theft Hotline
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
National Center for Victims of Crime, National Crime Victim Hotline
National Children’s Alliance
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information
National Crime Prevention Council
National Criminal Justice Reference Service
National Domestic Violence Hotline
National Fraud Information Hotline
National Organization for Victim Assistance
National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network
Resource Center on Domestic Violence, Child Protection and Custody
U.S. Postal Inspection Service
* Please note that these links are to third-party sites. NCVAN is not responsible for the content on these websites.