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The Domestic Violence Community Leadership Team (DV-CLT) is a partnership between government, health and human service providers, educational institutions, the private sector and the faith community. The Team raises awareness about domestic violence and focuses on preventing domestic violence.
In 2008, DV-CLT recommended developing various metrics and key indicators on domestic violence activity in our county. As a result, the Mecklenburg County's
Domestic Violence Data Warehouse was developed to "house" the domestic violence related performance metrics, and this annual community report was created.
Domestic Violence Data Warehouse Report 2017
Full Report 2016
Public Safety & Criminal Justice (2015 Report) The following data on domestic violence is from Mecklenburg County's seven police jurisdictions, Mecklenburg County's Sheriff's Office and the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts.
Health & Human Services (2015 Report) The following data on domestic violence is from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Mecklenburg County's Public Health Department, Mecklenburg County Community Support Services Prevention and Intervention Services, Safe Alliance and Mecklenburg County's Youth and Family Services.
ARCHIVES > Previous years' reports (2006-14) The following agencies and County departments provided data for this report.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department
Charlotte-Mecklenburg School System
Cornelius Police Department
Davidson Police Department
Huntersville Police Department
Matthews Police Department
Mecklenburg County Community Support Services
Mecklenburg County Public Health Department
Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office
Mecklenburg County Social Services
Mint Hill Police Department
NC Administrative Office of the Courts
Pineville Police Department
"We are building a community that does not tolerate domestic violence and stands united to prevent all
forms of it." DV Community Leadership Team