This section covers Domestic Investigations including Cheating Spouse investigations, child custody investigations, domestic violence just to name a view
Below are resources for Domestic Violence Support in North Carolina
Abuser Treatment Program
In 2002, the N.C. Council for Women/Domestic Violence Commission was granted the authority to approve the abuser treatment programs utilized by the North Carolina court system. The abuser treatment programs re-educate offenders on their behavior and help them to develop new methods of interacting with family and acquitances.
Displaced Homemaker Program
North Carolina General Statute § 143B-394.4 defines displaced homemakers. Displaced homemaker programs are designed to assist people who provide unpaid household services to their home and are unable to secure employment due to lack of training or experience. Services are also available to people who were dependent on the income of another household member and no longer is supported by that income. Funding from the N.C. Council for Women/Domestic Violence Commission to displaced homemaker programs provides the following mandated services: Job Counseling, job training and job placement services, health education and preventative health care counseling, financial management services and educational services.
Domestic Violence Program
North Carolina General Statute §50B-1 defines domestic violence as attempting to cause bodily injury or placing a victim or a member of the victim’s family in fear of serious bodily injury or continued harassment resulting in significant emotional distress. The definition includes stalking, rape and sexual offenses. The N.C. Council for Women/Domestic Violence Commission provides funding to domestic violence programs which provide shelter services, counseling, twenty-four hour crisis line services, transportation, court and advocacy services and assistance to children who witnessed violence.
Sexual Assault Program
North Carolina General Statutes § 14-27.2-14.27.7 define rape and other sexual offenses. Sexual assault programs provide the following: counseling, twenty-four hour crisis line coverage, hospital, referral, court and advocacy services.