My commitment to you, and this community, will be to continually safeguard our neighborhoods, schools, courts and constitutional rights.  I will accomplish this through high visibility and a united work effort in the community. I will partner with our community leaders and elected officials to enhance current programs used to assist in keeping neighborhoods safe and communicate to the community a knowledge base of resources and activities available to proactively address today’s common concerns.  I will encourage our youth and the community by promoting self-confidence and integrity through one simple motto we can all adapt; “Do the Right Thing the First Time-Everytime!”

When elected your next Mecklenburg County Sheriff, I will continue this commitment by strengthening programs used by the Sheriff’s Office today in the much needed effort of decreasing recidivism. 

Under my leadership and guidance at the Sheriff’s Office, I will work diligently for our community, our children and our constitutional rights. I invite you to my website to find out more about how I will assist in the dynamic changes needed in Mecklenburg County.



Friday, October 24, 2014 9:10 PM

MCSO Work-Release Program highlighted on Local News

WSOC-TV featured the Mecklenburg County Sheriffs Office Work-Release program.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014 2:07 PM

Irwin Debates Safety Goals

Tuesday, at the WTVI PBS studios, Irwin Carmichael debated the best ways for the Sheriff of Mecklenburg County to keep you safe.

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Wednesday, October 22, 2014 1:47 PM

Norman Mitchell Sr. Endorses Irwin

Norman Mitchell Sr., former Commissioner for Mecklenburg County, has given his support to Irwin Carmichael for Sheriff.

Sunday, October 19, 2014 10:59 PM

Irwin Highlighted in Charlotte Observer

The Charlotte Observer featured Irwin in a piece highlighting the Mecklenburg County Sheriff election.

Thursday, October 16, 2014 10:17 AM

Davidson News on Irwin Endorsements

Davidson News provided an endorsement update in the online edition.

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