Franklin County Sheriff Office Domestic Violence Unit
The Franklin County Sheriff Office is an advocate against Domestic Violence, assisting all victims seeking protection
Stop domestic violence-Get involved.
In North Carolina:
Domestic Violence is the leading cause of injury to women.
60 percent of children living in violent homes become batterers as adults.
The Franklin County Sheriff Domestic Violence Unit is part of the Criminal Investigations Division. The Domestic Violence Unit is responsible for:
Investigating all domestic violence cases
Prompting a community-wide response to domestic violence
Working with other agencies for effective victim assistance
Acting as a liaison for officers to answer questions involving emergencies where specialized information is required for the victim's welfare and safety
The Domestic Violence Unit investigators are on-call to allow for 24 hour per day coverage for domestic violence response. Our commitment to the citizens and victims of domestic violence is strong, investigating all incidents of Domestic Violence.
What is the Domestic Violence Policy of the Franklin County Sheriff Office?
It is the policy of the Franklin County Sheriff Office to view domestic violence as a crime which requires direct intervention and a coordinated community response. The objective of the patrol officer who responds to a domestic incident is to reduce the possibility of violence and threats towards the victim and other involved individuals, conduct a thorough on-scene investigation, and provide the victim with information enabling them to seek assistance from community agencies.
A clear and consistent response to domestic violence can protect victims and their families from immediate danger, assist in connecting them with the resources and services that they require, and communicate the message that domestic violence is unacceptable in our community.
For information, contact:
Franklin County Sheriff Domestic Violence Unit
285 T Kemp Road,
Louisburg, NC 27549
Detective Sgt Kevin White, 919.496.2186
For emergencies, such as reporting domestic violence that is in progress call 911