The following is a list of Mecklenburg County Departments and community partner agencies that provided data and have assisted in the Domestic Violence Index.
Law Enforcement Agencies & Courts View Data
Data description: Data includes the number of domestic violence calls or
reports filed with each of the following departments/offices. Please see data for
details. Reporting includes the following agencies:
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department
Cornelius Police Department
Huntersville Police Department
Matthews Police Department
Mint Hill Police Department
Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office
Pineville Police Department
26th Judicial District Court
Mecklenburg County Health Department View Data
Data Description: Data is collected from the Youth Risk Behavior Surveys (YRBS) conducted at Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) and includes the number of participants and the percentage of participants who responded positively to at least one of the two domestic violence-related questions.
Question #1: During past 12 months did your boyfriend or girlfriend ever hit, slap, or physically hurt you on purpose?
Question #2: Have you ever been forced to have sexual intercourse when you did not want to?
Domestic Violence Service Providers View data
Mecklenburg County Community Support Services Women's Commission
Data Description: Data includes the number of clients served in
the Women's Commission Division's adult victim, child witness and teen, and
offender programs. Information includes knowledge improvement rates for child
and victim services and recidivism rate for its offender program and rate of
adult victims who reported to feeling safer after receiving services.
Safe Alliance (formerly United Family Services)
Data Description: Data includes the number of adult victims served, the percentage of clients who established a safety plan/felt safer, and knowledge improvement rates of shelter residents.
Mecklenburg County Department of Social Services View Data
Youth and Family Services Division
Data Description: Data includes the number of child protective services reports made where domestic violence was a factor for acceptance and the percentage of cases substantiated or recommended for services where domestic violence was a factor.