Good morning, JonnyJessi:
There is information on the Trulia Blog How to Choose a Neighborhood - Specific Area (link below). There is a crime map, but the info is not finely divided. It could be a barking dog or a serious crime, and it could be next door or in the subdivision on the other side of the highway. You can also call Charlotte police non-emergency line and ask to speak with the officer who patrols this address. They will generally tell you what kind of place it is.
For many buyers and renters, which school attendance zone the home is within is very important. If you have a specific Mecklenburg County address and want to know which public school children living there will attend, there is a handy Mecklenburg County School Lookup site in the Trulia Blog "Which areas surrounding Charlotte would be a nice place to relocate?" http://goo.gl/V8aOK If you have school age children, I suggest that you check addresses against this link and determine if the school is going to serve your childrens educational needs.
Taxes vary by about $400 per $100,000 throughout the Charlotte region, so taxes in the area with the lowest property taxes are about $40 a month different than the area with the highest property taxes. Areas with higher taxes may offer different services -like police instead of sheriff, professional firefighters instead of volunteer departments, public water and sewer instead of well and septic. Not that one is better than another, just different and carrying different costs. If you have a full time agent with a Masters degree in Planning with Finance and over two decades of experience, working for you, you will likely do better in negotiations. Id be pleased to provide that service. If you appreciate this answer, please give it a thumbs up, or if this was the most helpful answer, please say thanks with a best answer click.