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The NC Center for Missing Persons (NCCMP) has a new website aimed at furthering its goal of working with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to locate missing persons and reunite them with their families.

Last night concluded a ten-month long investigation with state and local law enforcement arresting 11 individuals on over 450 drug, alcohol, gambling, and weapons charges.

Prison emergency response teams and local law enforcement are searching for minimum custody offender Reginald L. Jones (#1353652) who walked away from his work release job today in Sanford in Lee County.

Residents of the Albemarle Council of Governments region are encouraged to attend an upcoming public workshop to provide input on strategies and projects that aim to build future community resilience.

Last week, the North Carolina Department of Public Safety hosted three Helping Enhance Autism Response Training (HEART) sessions for law enforcement and first responder agencies.

In response to the fatal shooting of five people in Raleigh on Thursday evening, and the subsequent apprehension of a juvenile suspect, Division of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Deputy Secretary William Lassiter issued the following statement:

En respuesta al tiroteo activo ocurrido esta tarde en Raleigh, el Departamento de Seguridad Pública de Carolina del Norte (NCDPS) ha puesto a disposición múltiples recursos estatales.

The North Carolina Department of Public Safety has made numerous state resources available in response to the active shooting incident in Raleigh this afternoon.

Residents of the Eastern Carolina Council of Governments region are encouraged to attend upcoming public workshops to provide input on strategies and projects that aim to build future community resilience.

Department of Public Safety employees around the state donated school supplies to North Carolina students as part of the Governor’s School Supply Drive. Secretary Eddie M. Buffaloe Jr. traveled to Randolph County and Asheboro City schools on Oct. 10 to donate supplies.  

The North Carolina Office of Recovery and Resiliency (NCORR) has funded its largest affordable housing project to date, an 80-unit affordable multifamily apartment development in Fayetteville called McArthur Park II.

North Carolina is supporting the State of Florida after Hurricane Ian.

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