NC Victim Assistance Network is a statewide organization that provides support and organization for crime victims across North Carolina.Their website includes a variety of publications for victims of crime and their survivors. In addition to physical abuse, such coercive behavior includes sexual, emotional and economic abuse.We believe that domestic violence and sexual assault can only be stopped by working with victims to help promote healing and with perpetrators to promote change (intervention), helping systems work effectively to increase safety for victims and hold perpetrators accountable (advocacy) and creating a community that supports peaceful families and healthy relationships (prevention).Do your part to keep victims safe and hold offenders accountable.Explore and honor the victim’s choices, whether you agree with them or not.Rape Victims Assistance Program : North Carolina policy now allows victims to obtain forensic medical examinations free of charge.
You can call SAFE at 910.893.7233 to talk about your options.
We believe that battering is more than physical abuse.
It is a pattern of coercive behavior enforced by violence in which all parts of a victim’s life are subject to the batterer’s control.
NC SAVAN: North Carolina Statewide Automated Victim Assistance and Notification : NC SAVAN is a criminal justice information-sharing system that supports automated victim notification.
Individuals may call the toll-free number, 1-877-627-2826, to learn about an offender’s status, to register for offender notification or to learn about victim assistance resources in their area. NC Crime Victims Rights Act : Federal and State laws offer rights to victims of crime including those inflicted with pain, suffering, property loss and physical loss due to domestic violence, sexual assault, drunk driving, elder abuse, robbery, physical abuse and other crimes.