Where to Find Help
UPDATED December 15, 2010
Before your domestic violence protective order can take effect, you must have your papers served to the abuser. Contact the clerk of the court in the county court in your county to find out where you should get your papers served. For a list of North Carolina county courts, check the Courthouse Locations page on our site.
Usually, you get your papers served at your local sheriff department. Listed below are telephone numbers and addresses for sheriff departments in North Carolina.
For more information on how to get a domestic violence protective order , check our How to Get a Restraining Order page, or contact the clerk of the court in the county court in your county.
The information below came from the www.usacops.com website