State of North Carolina Women Statistics

 

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Agencies

The NC Council for Women compiles semi-annual client services statistical data for domestic violence and sexual assault services utilized by women, men, and children seeking support, information, counseling and advocacy. CFW monitors the delivery of services and produces the only county-level data on client services in North Carolina.

Batterer Intervention Program

The mission of NC Batterer Intervention Programs (BIP), also known as abuser treatment programs, is to aid in the elimination of domestic violence by providing services to batterers, 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.

BIP’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.

 

Year Year Year
2016-2017   2016-2017 Yearly Statistical Brief 

2015 - 2016

2009 - 2010 DV Semi-Annual Statistical Report Instructions
2014 - 2015 2008 - 2009 DV Semi-Annual Statistical Report
2013 - 2014 2007 - 2008 SA Semi-Annual Statistical Report
2012 - 2013 2006 - 2007 SA Semi-Annual Statistical Report Instructions 
2011 - 2012 2005 - 2006   
2010 - 2011 2004 - 2005  

 

Semi-Annual Statistical Report Methodology for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault agencies

The NC Council for Women requires each state-funded Domestic Violence (DV) and Sexual Assault (SA) grantee to report on client service provision. The 2014-2015 data represents information provided by 105 Domestic Violence grant agencies  [1] and 98 Sexual Assault grant agencies[2] in North Carolina to the NC Council for Women over a one-year period.

Each agency fills out a statistical report every 6 months that involve demographics, services provided and volunteer hours. The reports are sent to the NC Council for Women, where the data is checked and analyzed. In order to provide yearly data, the NC Council for Women combines two semi-annual reports from all agencies for each fiscal year. The Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault agency statistical year begins each July 1 and concludes the following June 30.

Statistics and Participation Reports for BIPs

BIP’s submit quarterly reports tracking participants received by, accepted into, and completing the program; the sources of referral; an analysis of completion rates and reasons for termination; an analysis on contacts with participants’ victimized partners.

BIP groups are open-ended, (participants can enter the program at any time), and group work is 26 weeks. 

Instructions for DV and SA Grantees: When preparing the semi-annual statistical report, please rename your Excel documents with the following format: Countyname_StatReport_StartMonth-EndMonthYear. Email your report to nccfw@doa.nc.gov and copy the Region Office Assistant.

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


[1] The NCCFW has 106 Domestic Violence grantees, but only 105 report. The NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCCADV), which is statewide, does not report.

[2] THE NCCFW has 99 Sexual Assault grantees, but only 98 report. The NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCCASA), which is statewide, does not report.