108 North Carolinians killed by domestic violence in 2013

Drop in murders a hopeful sign, but more help, enforcement needed to fight DV

A total of 108 North Carolinians lost their lives in domestic violence murders in 2013, a decrease of 14 from the previous year, Attorney General Roy Cooper announced recently.

“Any drop in murders is a hopeful sign, but for every abusive relationship that ends with a tragic death, many more victims continue to suffer,” Cooper said. “We must continue to fight this dangerous crime and help victims escape abuse.” 

Domestic violence centers assist victims with counseling, housing, legal advocacy, and safety tools, such as protective orders and the Attorney General’s Address Confidentiality Program.

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