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Report Human Trafficking

Courts and Justice, Law Enforcement

Learn about Human Trafficking and report suspected cases.

State Highway Patrol

Courts and Justice, Law Enforcement

The N.C. State Highway Patrol has more than 1,600 troopers who cover nearly 80,000 miles of North Carolina roadways (more than any other state except Texas). Their mission is to make the highways as safe as possible by enforcing the state's traffic laws, guiding traffic during hurricane evacuations and re-routing traffic around hazardous chemical spills. They also stand ready should any act of terrorism occur.

Statewide Automated Victim Assistance and Notification

Courts and Justice, Crime and Criminals

North Carolina Statewide Automated Victim Assistance and Notification, NC SAVAN, is a criminal justice information-sharing system that supports automated victim notification. NC SAVAN operates a 24-hour toll-free automated offender information and notification service. Individuals may call the toll-free number, 877-NC SAVAN, 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.

Utility Complaint Investigation

Consumer and Housing, Consumer Protection

File a complaint against a utility company through the Public Staff of the State Utilities Commission. Complaints may involve payment arrangements, billing disputes, deposits, service quality, and unauthorized service changes or fees. If your utility is operated by a municipality, address complaints to the NC Attorney General's Office, as The Public Staff has no jurisdiction over municipal systems.

Vital Records

Courts and Justice, Vital Records

Obtain birth, death, marriage and divorce certificates, and register name changes. Certificates can be obtained in person, by mail, by phone or online. In person service is available at the county Register of Deeds where the event took place or in the state office in Raleigh.