The SBI’s data, listed below, shows the number of rapes reported in North Carolina’s 15 largest cities and the 10 largest county sheriff offices over a 12 month period.While these statistics seem astonishing, the truth of the matter is that a great deal of domestic violence incidents are simply not reported.Decades of research have proven: North Carolina Parents Support Sex Education A 2009 Parent Opinion Survey conducted by APPCNC and the Gillings School of Global Public Health at UNC-Chapel Hill found that North Carolina parents overwhelmingly support school-based sexuality education.
Also, these deputies will register convicted sex offenders that have been released from a penal institution or moved to Gaston County either from another county or state.A 43-year-old wife "snapped" and interrupted a three-way sexual tryst between her husband and another couple by shooting all three of them with a .44 magnum handgun, according to autopsy reports from the North Carolina Medical Examiner's Office.Crystal Gambino, who turned 43 on Tuesday, faces three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of her husband, Giovanni James Gambino, and another man and woman, Geoffrey Glenn Gilliland, 39, and 33-year-old Stephanie Lynn Sanchez.If you are concerned about mandatory reporting to the police or to DSS, you can withhold your name and still have your questions answered in privacy (please see the website’s confidentiality section for further information). Please feel free to call them and use their services, whether you are a teenager, a child or an adult; whether you are LGBT or heterosexual; whether you are a person with or without a disability; and whether you are male or female. (A Safe Home for Everyone) 626 Ashe Central School Road, Unit 1 Jefferson, NC 28640 Administrative Line: (336) 246-5430 Crisis Line(s): (336) 246-5430 Fax: (336) 982-8860 Website: Inc. Market St Suite 225 Washington, NC 27889 Administrative Line: (252) 758-4357 Crisis Line(s): (252) 946-0294 Fax: (252) 758-0455 Website: SAFE (Hertford County) P. Box 98 Ahoskie, NC 27910-0098 Administrative Line: (252) 332-1933 Crisis Line(s): (252) 332-1933 Fax: (252) 332-2450 Families First (Columbus County) P. Box 1776 Whiteville, NC 28472-1776 Administrative Line (Whiteville): (910) 642-5996 Administrative Line (Elizabethtown): (91) 862-2534 Crisis Line(s): (910) 641-0444 Fax: (910) 641-0253 Website: Crisis Center – Brunswick Coastal Horizons Center, Inc. Shalotte, NC 28470 Administrative Line: (910) 392-7185 Crisis Line(s): (910) 392-7460 Fax: (910) 392-0628 Website: VOICE, Inc. Rape crisis centers are private, nonprofit organizations committed to helping all members of the public. A (Domestic Abuse is NOT Acceptable) a program of the Alleghany Partnership for children P. Box 1643 Sparta, NC 28675 Office Line: (336) 372-2846 ext.