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The N.C. Center for Safer Schools, housed in the N.C. Department of Public Safety, serves as the state's primary point of contact on issues dealing with school safety and the prevention of youth violence.
Serve as a customer-focused information center for research, training and technical assistance related to school safety, crisis prevention and response to work effectively and efficiently with federal, state, local and community-based organizations with the ultimate goal of safer schools in North Carolina.
All schools in the state are safe, secure and offer an environment conducive to learning.
The Center for Safer Schools provides a one-stop shop of school safety information and customer services to schools, law enforcement, youth-serving agencies, juvenile justice officials, community leaders, policymakers, parents and students.
N.C. Center for Safer Schools has released its 2014 Report to the Governor.
Gov. Pat McCrory proclaimed October 2014 as Bullying Awareness and Prevention Month 2014. To learn more about the issue of bullying -- including ways that students, teachers and parents can help prevent it from occurring -- please visit our Bullying Prevention section of our "Training" page, where you will find bullying prevention materials and links to other resources.