Review agency-level data on the racial and ethnic demographics of people stopped, searched, and subjected to force in the course of traffic stops in a given jurisdiction.
Click here to browse a list of all agencies for which data is available.
|NC State Highway Patrol||10,201,495|
|Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department||1,698,551|
|Raleigh Police Department||910,592|
|Greensboro Police Department||579,249|
|Fayetteville Police Department||569,238|
Use this feature to identify the stop and search patterns of individual police officers. Search for North Carolina traffic stops using the form fields below. Use Advanced Search for additional filtering criteria. When you have found the stop you are looking for, click the Officer ID hyperlink to review the data associated with the officer involved.
Open Data Policing aggregates, visualizes, and publishes public records related to all known traffic stops to have occurred in North Carolina since Jan 01, 2002. Data is available for most North Carolina departments and officers serving populations greater than 10,000.
North Carolina law requires all such agencies to report their data on a monthly basis to the NC Department of Justice; however, some datasets are incomplete or remain unreported. Where data sets are incomplete or missing from the website it is because they have not been reported to the state agency from which the site derives its records. Open Data Policing does not have access to, nor does it publish, the names of officers, drivers, or passengers involved in traffic stops.
|Timeframe||Jan 01, 2002 - May 31, 2017|