In Honor of Mental Health Awareness Month

On May 12, DA Nancy O’Malley had the unique opportunity to speak with Claire Bidwell Smith, a grief therapist and author of the best-selling book Anxiety: The Missing Stage of Grief.

View on YouTube here

DA O’MALLEY AND STATEWIDE DAS ANNOUNCE VITAL INFO. FOR VICTIMS DURING COVID-19 CRISIS

DA O'Malley and statewide DAs announce vital information for victims during COVID-19 crisis

The District Attorneys of Alameda, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego and Santa Clara counties have released a two-part Zoom podcast to provide resources and hope during the pandemic to victims of domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse and sexual assault.

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Although courts are closed to the public through May 29, 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.

See full District Attorney phone list here...

Help Us Stop Hate Crimes

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.

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Protecting DV and Interpersonal Abuse Survivors

While Shelter in Place measures are necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19, they can pose serious risk for residents who are experiencing domestic and/or interpersonal violence. These FAQs are intended to clarify the current shelter-in-place requirements as they relate to residents facing domestic or other interpersonal violence. See FAQ answers here..

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.

View more information of services available here

Current news & events XML

DA O'Malley Makes Statement Re: Safe Reopening of Businesses, Including Tesla

During this unprecedented period of time, the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office has been and continues to support the Alameda County Public Health Department and local police agencies in ensuring compliance with shelter in place orders. Those orders are intended to protect the health and safety of all members of our community. The Health Department has been working with businesses, including Tesla, to ensure that they can reopen safely consistent with the current orders and the best available science. We will continue to support the Health Department in its efforts and will offer any assistance that may be required. Any and all complaints are being directed to the Alameda County District Attorney Consumer Protection Division. Each and every complaint received will be followed up.

“We applaud all members of the community, especially local businesses, for abiding by the Health Officer’s orders, and look forward to the gradual and safe reopening of business” stated Nancy O’Malley, Alameda County District Attorney.


How and where to get help about covid-19 concerns for residents in skilled nursing facilities

Many residents of skilled nursing facilities (“SNFs”), like many of their families and friends, are concerned with the spread of COVID-19 and the impact it has had on those facilities. The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office and the Alameda County Public Health Department recognize that these are unprecedented times and that this novel coronavirus is of serious concern for those with loved ones living in these facilities.

The DA’s Office created a guide in hopes of providing useful and direct information, contacts and resources that may aid in addressing such concerns. Included are key points of contact for concerns and/or grievances, as well as resources for residents and their families.

View/download the resource guide here


Hear. See. Suspect. Report. - Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Resource List

The District Attorney's Office remains concerned for those suffering from domestic violence and child abuse during the Shelter In Place Order. Resource flyers in English and Spanish are now available to download. Please help your community by printing, and sharing.

View/download high resolution English flyer here

View/download high resolution Spanish flyer here


DA O’Malley and Atty Gen. Becerra Announce Price Gouging Charges Against Grocery Store Owner

Alameda County DA O’Malley and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra have announced that their offices have jointly filed a nine-count misdemeanor complaint charging Apna Bazar, a large grocery store in Pleasanton, and Rajvinder Singh, the store’s owner, with price gouging. This prosecution marks the first ever price gouging action in Alameda County. Read more...


DA O’Malley and Statewide District Attorneys Announce Vital Info. for Victims During COVID-19 Crisis

The District Attorneys of Alameda, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego and Santa Clara counties today released a two-part Zoom podcast to provide resources and hope during the pandemic to victims of domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse and sexual assault. Read more...

Grocery Stores and Retailers Now Equipped with Posters on How Victims of Violence Can Get Help

DA O’Malley’s innovative idea has lead to a collaboration with the California Retailer Association and the California Grocers Association. Posters providing information regarding resources for victims of domestic violence and child abuse will be posted in grocery stores and other retail stores that remain open throughout the county. Read more...

The District Attorney’s Office is Open and Dedicated to the Safety of the Public During the COVID-19 Crisis

Resources, Information and Updates

Serving Victims During Shelter in Place Order: Both the District Attorney’s Office and Alameda County Family Justice Center remain open to continue to serve victims and survivors in critical need. Click here for a full list of services available at the FJC. The DA’s Office remains staffed to answer your calls. See a full phone list here.

FAQs Regarding Protecting Domestic and Interpersonal Violence Survivors During Shelter in Place: These FAQs are intended to clarify the current shelter-in-place requirements as they relate to residents facing domestic or other interpersonal violence. See answers here…

Stopping Hate Crimes: 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. Read more…

Where and How to Report Price Gouging: The DA’s Office asks anyone who has been a victim of price gouging or has information on potential price gouging due to the current COVID-19 crisis to file a complaint at pricegouging@acgov.org

Staying Safe from COVID-19 Scams: In order to report an apparent scam or fraudulent claim please email the DA’s Consumer Protection Division at askcepd-da@acgov.org Click here for more tips on staying safe from potential scammers during the current public health crisis…


DA O'MALLEY MAKES STATEMENT ON RELEASE OF INDIVIDUALS FROM SANTA RITA JAIL

Read more in full press release here...


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

See the answers to these FAQs here

(Spanish - Vietnamese - Cantonese versions


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).

Learn more...


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


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.


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

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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...


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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"Sarah Krupp in Conversation with DA O'Malley"

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