NC Fathers Rights

NC Sheriffs Association and False Domestic Violence Allegations

NC FathersThis is an open letter to all executive members of the NC Sheriffs Association and all NC Sheriffs regarding false domestic violence allegations and your historical way of dealing with it.

We hear from NC fathers, Paternal Grandmothers, and other females related to men and every day and hear stories of how it is common practice to only deal with a man legally when any domestic violence case is investigated. Furthermore, we hear stories daily about men taken to jail by deputy sheriffs when there is no evidence of violence or threats and even when men are the actual ones calling law enforcement.


NC Fathers is asking ALL NC Non-Custodial Fathers, Paternal Grandmothers, Step-Mothers, Paternal Aunts and Uncles, and Other Family Members to STOP donating to the NC Sheriffs Association’s annual fund raiser until they start lobbying the NC General Assembly to adopt Legislation that brings EQUAL Shared Parenting For Non-Custodial Families instead of focusing on arrests related to a big government enforcement agency which keeps the families alienated from their children
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Also, we believe the NC Sheriffs Association is very much aware of the data readily available showing that women actually commit domestic violence as much as men do AND that women make false allegations to get revenge and as a strategic tool in divorce and child custody cases. Since Domestic Violence in NC is such a common phrase, women have learned that simply making a allegation she can get a lot of attention and resources.

Furthermore, we often hear from former deputies and other law enforcement officers that responding to domestic violence calls is fun because it typically leads to the ability to deliver street justice by responding officers.

After hearing all this data, we feel it is time to put a stop to it. We will begin a campaign using search engines and social media to educate others on the data regarding domestic violence that special interest womens groups do not want you to hear, and we are going to unify men, females friends of men, and females relatives of men on how to protect themselves against false allegations. Additionally, we will be asking that they send us their stories for us to blog about to show NC citizens that this problem exists.

Is the NC Sheriffs Association pandering to Domestic Violence Groups who receive a lot of funding?

Anyone alive in the United States has heard the phrase “Domestic Violence” and realize that the issue of Domestic Violence gets a lot of groups immense federal funding and an awful lot of power. Therefore, we wonder if the NC Sheriffs Association is turning it’s back on woman on man violence and over acting on men on woman violence to stay in the good graces of the potential purse strings that can help the Sheriffs Association efforts. We will leave this open question up for all NC County Sheriffs to respond to.

However, we are pretty sure that the Sheriffs Association will give us some convoluted statement that is politically motivated and that is fine. What is important is that people in NC get educated and let them deal with County Sheriffs at election time.

CC: Sheriff Chipp Baily | Sheriff Carson Smith | Sheriff Tracy Carter

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September 27, 2011

We are receiving numerous emails from Non-Custodial families in NC who are taking issue with Sheriffs in NC using the media and Internet to place pictures of alleged child support delinquents in places where they will receive ridicule and be shamed by others in society. Is the NC Sheriffs Association supporting this? We think it is a bad idea, and here is why:

  • Like the issue above, it smells of the Sheriffs Association using a hot button political issue to secure funding and support.
  • What about the children of these alleged delinquents? Given the Internet age and veracity of kids to use the Internet, is it not likely that others kids will bully other kids over his/her father being shamed in public for being a bad father?
  • Given that Non-Custodial Families in NC make up roughly 50% of the voting population in NC and represent a HUGE swing vote, we think a lot of these family members who do pay their support transfer their anger at the system and find this practice irresponsible.
  • If the NC Sheriffs Association thinks that it is OK to ridicule and shame others for being in financial hardship, or for making mistakes, will they support others who place deputies on web pages for life for their mistakes? Would this association think that it is OK to use a deputy’s child to bring attention to a deputy on social media sites?

Look, we hear from Non-Custodial families in NC all day who are just wanting to have equal access to their children but cannot get that because of politics, and these families realize the hurdles they face in the child support system. And, quite frankly if the Sheriffs Association wants to alienate themselves from the numbers of Non-Custodial families who exists in NC then we think you should remind them of this article when they call for their annual fundraiser.


August 21, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized |


  1. False Allegations;


    Comment by Navin R. Johnson | March 6, 2013 | Reply

  2. More False Allegations;


    Comment by Navin R. Johnson | March 6, 2013 | Reply

  3. They’re just after ANOTHER RED HERRING TO draw the public’s attention away from the fact that justice is what they decide it is to be around here….there never has been Justice in this area and NEVER WILL BE!!!!!


    Comment by Helen Davis | January 31, 2018 | Reply

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