Family Justice Center Remains Open During COVID-19 Crisis

The Family Justice Center is open and ready to serve crisis needs for victims and survivors of domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault and exploitation, child abuse, child abduction, elder and dependent adult abuse, and human trafficking.

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Although courts are closed to the public through April 7, the District Attorney's Office remains open and staffed for essential work and to serve critical needs.

We are open and will answer the phones during regular business hours to answer your questions.

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DA O'Malley Warns Against Price Gouging During State of Emergency

DA Nancy O’Malley has issued a stark warning to all Alameda County merchants that her office will be vigilant in investigating and prosecuting cases of price gouging while Alameda County is under a State of Emergency due to the novel Coronavirus.

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Help Us Stop Hate Crime

The DA's Office has a hate crime number available for the reporting of hate related crimes: 510-208-4824 (with outgoing messages in English, Spanish, Farsi, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Tagalog)

Meet Your DA Video

The Alameda County District Attorney's Office invites you to view the newly produced video, "Meet Your DA" . The video gives a detailed explanation to answer the question: What does your DA do for you?

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FAQs Regarding Protecting Survivors of Domestic and Interpersonal Violence or Abuse During Shelter in Place

See the answers to these FAQs here

What are the definitions of interpersonal and domestic violence?

Am I allowed to leave my residence if domestic or other interpersonal violence makes my home unsafe for me, my child, my pet, my parent, and/or another intimate or family member?

Do the shelter-in-place requirements mean domestic violence shelters, crisis intervention, and other support services are closed?

If I need to leave my residence because of domestic or other interpersonal violence, where can I go?

Can I seek a temporary restraining order (TRO) while the shelter-in-place orders are in effect?

I had a temporary restraining order (TRO) prior to the shelter in place declaration and I am worried it has since expired. What should I do?

I am not experiencing violence personally, but I believe I can hear a person or animal being abused. What can I do to help?

If I call the police because I or someone I know is being abused, will they ask about my immigration status?


WHERE AND HOW TO REPORT PRICE GOUGING

Anyone who has been the victim of price gouging, or who has information regarding potential price gouging, is encouraged to immediately file a complaint with the District Attorney’s Office by going to our website (https://www.alcoda.org/cewpd/) or by calling (510) 383-8600.

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HATE CRIMES AND SPEECH DURING COVID-19 CRISIS

There is no place in Alameda County for hate motivated conduct or hate driven words based on race, gender, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The District Attorney’s Office maintains a hate crime hotline available for the reporting of hate-related crimes: 510-208-4824 (with outgoing messages in English, Spanish, Farsi, Mandarin, Cantonese and Tagalog).

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THE FAMILY JUSTICE CENTER REMAINS OPEN

The Family Justice Center is open and ready to serve crisis needs for victims and survivors of domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault and exploitation, child abuse, child abduction, elder and dependent adult abuse, and human trafficking.

View more information of services available here


DA O'MALLEY WARNS AGAINST PRICE GOUGING

DA Nancy O’Malley has issued a stark warning to all Alameda County merchants that her office will be vigilant in investigating and prosecuting cases of price gouging while Alameda County is under a State of Emergency due to the novel Coronavirus.

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APARTMENT AND HOME RENTAL SCAM ALERT

DA O'Malley wants anyone in the rental market to be cautious when looking to rent an apartment or house. Be vigilant and aware of warning signs and red flags.

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The District attorney's office currently has six job openings!

Fund Development and Grant Specialist
Crime Analyst
Financial Service Specialist
Victim-Witness Navigator
Claims Specialist
Victim Advocate

Deadline for application is March 13, 2020. Please visit our Employment page for more information and for applications.


Alameda County DA O’Malley and Hayward South NAACP Launch: Lifting Barriers Towards a Clean Slate

On January 29, 2020 the District Attorney’s Office, in coordination with the Hayward South Alameda County NAACP, launched a program to provide a clear and straightforward process for eligible individuals to request dismissal of prior criminal convictions.

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DA O’Malley Announces FELONY CHARGES AGAINST LIVERMORE MAN IN 1997 COLD CASE SEXUAL ASSAULTS IN LIVERMORE AND UNION CITY.

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DA O’Malley Announces Multi-Million Dollar Settlement in Environmental Protection Law

Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley, along with 10 other California District Attorneys, announced today that a judge in Alameda County has ordered Service King Paint & Body, LLC to pay $2.35 million as part of a settlement of a civil environmental prosecution alleging the auto body repair company mishandled hazardous waste and confidential customer information Learn more ...


Oakland man convicted of trafficking teenage girl.

Lonnel Moore found guilty of human trafficking of a minor with force, pimping of a minor, inducing a minor to commit a lewd and lascivious act, and committing a lewd act on a minor. Read more...


da O'MALLEY RELEASES NEW GUN STUDY

Alameda County DA Nancy O'Malley has released a comprehensive report covering six years of data on gun use, sales, possession, and theft in Alameda County, including detailed statistics of firearm-related crimes. Learn more ...


DA’s Office Receives Prestigious National Award

The National Association of Counties (NACo) issues annual awards for innovative programs that stand out and can be replicated in other counties across America. The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office’s Real Estate Fraud Protection Program has been awarded NACo’s 2019 Achievement Award. This program is a multi-pronged approach to protecting vulnerable residents from fraud and preventing unscrupulous individuals from preying on elder and financial at-risk homeowners.

The program seeks to cover multiple fronts through innovative education and outreach strategies that include multi-lingual materials and proactive approaches that stop fraudulent actions before foreclosure proceedings, scams or crimes take hold. The program also trains a wide array of professionals and residents on the issues surrounding real estate fraud and foreclosure proceedings.

For additional information visit our Real Estate Fraud page.


BEWARE OF SCAMMERS PRETENDING TO BE FROM SOCIAL SECURITY

Please take note; there’s a Social Security impersonation scam going around right now.
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Alameda County United Against Human Trafficking

Today, the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office and AC United Against Human Trafficking host a retreat that has gathered together an impressive range of professionals and organizations working to combat human trafficking.
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$1.7 Million Dollars in Assets Seized After Owners of Restaurant Are Sentenced for Crimes Including Wage Theft, Tax and Insurance Fraud Charges

Both defendants were sentenced and placed on probation, ordered to perform community service, required to pay the full $1,153,013 in criminal restitution to the victims, and to pay an additional $550,000 dollars in fines.
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Download the PDFs of our Cannabis Convictions Petition (CR-400, CR-401, CR-402, & CR-403) and download the PDF of the Proposition 64 Policy.

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