Statistics

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

The NC Council for Women and Youth Involvement (NCCFWYI) requires each state-funded domestic violence (DV) and sexual assault (SA) grantee to report semi-annually on client service provision (report & instructions can be found at the bottom of this page). NCCFWYI compiles the statistical data for DV and SA services utilized by women, men, and children seeking support, information, counseling and advocacy. NCCFWYI monitors the delivery of services and produces the only county-level data on client services in North Carolina.

DV and SA Statistical Briefs by Year
July-December 2020 (DV, SA)
2019-2020 (DV, SA)
2018-2019 (DV, SA)
2017-2018 (DV, SA)
2016-2017 (DV, SA)
Hotline Reports
National Domestic Violence Hotline Report 2020 (6 month data) Love is respect.org Report 2020 (6 month data)
National Domestic Violence Hotline Report 2019 (6 month data) Love is respect.org Report 2019 (6 month data)
National Domestic Violence Hotline Report 2018 (6 month data) Love is respect.org Report 2018 (6 month data)
Statewide Statistics by Year* (DV, SA, DH, DVIP/ATP/BIP)
2004-2005 2010-2011 2016-2017
2005-2006 2011-2012 2017-2018
2006-2007 2012-2013 2018-2019
2007-2008 2013-2014 2019-2020
2008-2009 2014-2015  
2009-2010 2015-2016  

*All excel files have several tabs for each program: Domestic Violence (DV), Sexual Assault (SA), Displaced Homemaker (DH) and Domestic Violence Intervention Program (DVIP)/Abuser Treatment Program (ATP). Displaced Homemaker Program Statistics appear in these files from 2004-2014. Batterer Intervention Program Statistics/Abuser Treatment Program Statistics appear in these files beginning in 2006.

Domestic Violence Intervention Program

The mission of the NC Domestic Violence Intervention Programs (DVIP) [formerly known as abuser treatment programs (ATP) or batterer intervention program (BIP)] is to aid in the elimination of domestic violence by providing services to offenders, to hold them accountable, promote safety and justice for victims and children, and work to bring about social change necessary to end battering and all forms of domestic violence. DVIP’s develop policies and procedures addressing all areas of the NC Administrative Code, Title One, Chapter 17, Section .0700 in keeping with the recordkeeping, documentation, and reports rule NCAC 17.0717.

DVIP Statistical Briefs by Year
2019-2020 (DVIP)
2018-2019 (DVIP)
2017-2018 (DVIP)
2016-2017 (DVIP)

Statistical Reporting for Programs

Statistical Reporting for DV, SA, and DVIP programs will be conducted via Microsoft Forms beginning in January 2021.

Additional changes to the DV and SA reports can be found here

NC CFW&YI will be hosting technical assistance sessions for agencies along with NCCASA and NCCADV:

Semi-Annual Statistical Reporting Forms and Preparation Tools
DV Semi-Annual Statistical Report (Must be completed in one sitting) DV Semi-Annual Statistical Preparation Tool DV & SA Microsoft Forms Tutorial
SA Semi-Annual Statistical Report (Must be completed in one sitting) SA Semi-Annual Statistical Preparation Tool
DVIP Quarterly Statistical Report (Must be completed in one sitting) DVIP Quarterly Statistical Report Preparation Tool DVIP Report Tutorial

*A note to DV and SA Grantees: The deadline for July-December 2019 data has been moved to Tuesday, January 21st, 2020 due to Monday, January 20th being a federal and state holiday. 

Reporting Deadline: January 20th (July-Dec data) and July 20th (Jan-June data).

SBI DV Homicide Report

At the request of the Department of Public Safety, the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation collects this information from other law enforcement agencies, throughout the state. This information is simply collected and forwarded to the SBI voluntarily by those agencies. The SBI has not validated each claim individually. https://www.ncsbi.gov/Services/SBI-Statistics/Domestic-Violence-Report/2018-DV-Homicides-Report.asp