Helping Victims/ Victim Witness

Sacramento County Community Resources

District Attorney Victim Witness Assistance Program(916) 874-5701
Homicide Support Network (916) 874-5701
Sacramento County Adult Protective Services (916) 874-9471
(916) 874-9377 (24 hrs)
Sacramento County Child Protective Services (916) 875-5437
Sacramento County Homeless Services
Sacramento County Probation Department (916) 875-0300
Sacramento County Sheriff's Department (916) 874-5115
Citrus Heights Police Department (916) 727--5500
Elk Grove Police Department (916) 714-5115
Folsom Police Department (916) 985-7551
Galt Police Department (209) 366-7000
Rancho Cordova Police Department (916) 875-9600
Sacramento Police Department (916) 264-5471
Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center (FJC) (916) 875-HOPE (4673)
A Community for Peace (916) 728-5613
My Sister's House (916) 428-3271
Opening Doors, Inc. (916) 492-2591 xt 229
WEAVE (domestic violence and rape crisis) Crisis Line Counseling Center (916) 448-2321
Sacramento Together Against Human Trafficking
Parents of Murdered Children (POMC - parents & anyone affected) (916) 879-4541
Suicide Prevention (916) 368-3111
VIVA (Volunteers in Victim Assistance) (916) 570-1690
MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) (916) 481-6233
Legal Center for the Elderly & Disabled (916) 488-5298 or TDD
(916) 973-9377
Legal Services for Northern California (916) 551-2150

Sheriff's Inmate Release Elective Notification System (SIRENS)
Register @

(916) 874.6752

Statewide Resources

Board of Prison Terms
428 J Street, 6th floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
327-5933 Main #
445-4072 Victim Information

A victim should contact the above number if he/she wants to attend an inmate's parole hearing where the inmate is serving a life or indeterminate sentence.

California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Victim Services
Victim Services Program
P.O. Box 942883
Sacramento, CA 94283-0001
(916) 262-0896, Juvenile Services Unit

Victims should contact the above number for information about an inmate's release, escape, death or placement into a reentry facility. Victims also can have input on an inmate's conditions of parole.  Victims may also request to be notified by CDCR of inmate status by clicking here and completing a request form.

California Department of Justice Megan's Law Database

California Victim Compensation Program (CalVCP)
P.O. Box 3036
Sacramento, CA 95812-3036
(800) 777-9229

VCP provides compensation for victims of violent crime who are injured or threatened with injury. Among crimes covered are domestic violence, child abuse, sexual and physical assault, homicide, robbery, drunk driving and vehicular manslaughter. If a person is eligible, VCP will compensate many types of services when costs are not covered by other sources. Eligible services include medical and dental care, mental health services, income loss, funeral expenses, rehabilitation and relocation. Funding of VCP comes from restitution fines and orders, penalty assessments levied on persons convicted of crimes and traffic offenses, and federal matching funds.

Victims of Crime Resource Center
McGeorge School of Law
3200 5th Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95817

This center provides victims with information regarding their rights and services offered. It can help qualified victims obtain restitution, counseling etc.


DA´s Office Reception 916-874-6218
DA´s Victim/Witness 916-874-5701
DA´s Domestic Violence 916-874-6171
Sacramento Sheriff 916-874-5115
Sacramento Police 916-264-5471
Citrus Heights Police 916-727-5500
Elk Grove Police 916-714-5115
Folsom Police 916-355-7234
Galt Police 209-366-7000
Rancho Cordova Police 916-875-9600
Community Resources

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