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Injury and Violence Prevention Branch

Violent Death Data

Violence, whether from assault or self-inflicted, takes the lives of more than five North Carolinians every day (2020). The North Carolina Violent Death Reporting System (NC-VDRS) provides detailed information on violent deaths to not only understand the “who, when, where, and how” but also “why” these deaths occurred. These surveillance data can improve understanding of the causes and circumstances of violent deaths to inform and tailor violence prevention in the state.

NC Violent Death Reporting System Data Dashboard

  • NC-VDRS Data Dashboard to query and visualize data on overall violent deaths, homicides, suicides, and firearm-related deaths.

NC Violent Death Reporting System Data Users Toolkit

This NC-VDRS toolkit was created to help users as they navigate the data and conduct their research. To submit a data request, please review and the sign the Data Release Policy and the Data Use Agreement posted below.

For reports and fact sheets from prior years, please contact staff from the NC-VDRS in the Injury and Violence Prevention Branch Surveillance Unit.

Reports from the NC Violent Death Reporting System

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Fact Sheets from the NC Violent Death Reporting System

Violent Death

Overall Violent Death

Firearm Violent Death

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Suicide

Overall Suicide

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Older Adult Suicide

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Veteran Suicide

Youth Suicide

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Homicide

Overall Homicide

Youth Homicide

Child Violence

Intimate Partner Violence

Violent Deaths by Race - Updated 11/08/21

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County Level Data from the NC Violent Death Reporting System - New 11/09/21

 Archived County Level Data

2009-2018

2008-2017

2007-2016

2006-2015

2005-2014

Report from the National Violent Death Reporting System

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For reports and fact sheets from prior years, please contact staff from the NC-VDRS in the Injury and Violence Prevention Branch Surveillance Unit.