Violence Interruption: Cure Violence Charlotte Implementation

In 2019, more than 100 homicides occurred in Charlotte — an 80 percent increase over the previous year and the city’s highest number of homicides since the early 1990s — and hospital emergency departments treated more than 4,000 Mecklenburg County residents for assault-related injuries.

In response to the increase in violence, the City, County and partners have adopted a new public health approach to prevent violent crime.

To help address this problem, the Office of Equity, Mobility and Immigrant Integration seeks one community organization to act as the Lead Agency and implement Cure Violence Global’s violence interruption model in the priority geography of Beatties Ford Rd and Lasalle St.

SAFE Charlotte Professional Consulting Services – Recommendation 6 – Recruitment/Residency

The city is seeking services to apply a behavioral science approach to the city’s officer recruitment process and residency incentives. The service provider should have experience applying behavioral science in the public safety, specifically the law enforcement sector and demonstrated impact. This work will address Recommendation 6 – Recruitment and Residency, as adopted in the SAFE Charlotte report by Charlotte City Council on October 26, 2020.

Charlotte Water Ordinance Revision Services

This is a re-solicitation of a previous RFP with changes.

The City of Charlotte Ordinance Chapter 23 for Water, Sewers and Industrial Waste Discharge Restrictions requires an update to ensure it provides staff, citizens, and those alike with a valuable resource for water, sewer, and industrial waste discharge restrictions.  The Company’s tasks will include, but may not be limited to, researching updates, recommending revisions, working with key City staff to fine-tune and adopt the changes, ensuring the revisions are legally sound, and providing training to City staff.

Disparity Study Services

The Disparity Study requested by this RFP will be used to aid the City in evaluating and improving its current programs. The results and recommendations will serve as a reference document in the creation of directives, standards and practices. The City wishes to undertake all necessary and affirmative steps to ensure that Historically Underutilized Businesses (“HUB”) are afforded opportunities to participate in City contracts.