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April 2015

2015 National Crime Victims’ week recap Apr 30, 2015

In celebration of National Crime Victims' Rights Week, the DA's Office held numerous community forums at universities, senior centers, places of worship and disability centers around the county. Our staff focused on providing the community with information about the services available to victims of crime in Alameda County.

Representatives from the DA's Office, the ACFJC, as well as victim advocates and claim specialists were present at each of the venues to answer questions and provide information to members of our communities regarding victims' rights and resources.

Safety Cards distributed at the various community events during NCVW.

For further information about how the DA's Office Victim-Witness Assistance Division can help you, please watch our Public Service Announcement (PSA) or visit our website.