The N.C. Task Force for Racial Equity in Criminal Justice last week released its 2023 Year-End Report that summarizes the work of the task force over the last year, as well as accomplishments and resolutions resulting from the original 125 recommendations made in December 2020.
The North Carolina Department of Public Safety recognized 10 remarkable employees Nov. 28 during the department’s annual Badge of Excellence Ceremony.
The American Association of State Troopers has kicked off the 2023 National Best-Looking Cruiser Contest and the NCSHP will be represented again this year with a special photo submission to highlight our state’s iconic patrol vehicles as well as showcase a touch of North Carolina history. This year’s photo submission pays homage to the North Wilkesboro Speedway.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced the creation of a statewide Office of Violence Prevention that will be located in the North Carolina Department of Public Safety. By coordinating efforts across state agencies and partnering with local leaders, the new office will focus on reducing violence and firearm misuse in North Carolina.
Como parte de la Colecta del Gobernador de Útiles Escolares, empleados del Departamento de Seguridad Pública de Carolina del Norte de todo el estado, han donado diversos útiles para los alumnos de NC.
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.
El Gob. Cooper proclama Octubre, Mes de Concientización sobre Ciberseguridad. Tras los daños y destrucción que dejó la semana pasada el huracán Ian en NC y en la región sureste, funcionarios estatales instan a norcarolinianos a mantenerse en alerta máxima ante amenazas y estafas hechas en línea vía Internet.