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May 31, 2023 | Office of the District Attorney

Fentanyl Awareness Campaign Expands to Press Democrat

The Sonoma County District Attorney’s ‘One Pill Can Kill’ campaign was recently featured in an article on the Press Democrat. Read full story

April 25, 2023 | Office of the District Attorney

Crime Victims' Rights Week Event: Community & Resource Fair

On April 29th from Noon to 4PM, at the Old Courthouse Square, the Victim Services Division of the District Attorney’s Office is hosting an in-person Community & Resource Fair highlighting the services available to victims of crime. Together with partner agencies we offer an opportunity to learn about the resources available to survivors of crime and efforts to keep our community safe. Read full story

February 27, 2019 | Office of the District Attorney

District Attorney Ravitch Issues Notice: Looters and Price Gougers Will Be Prosecuted

District Attorney Jill Ravitch today issued a warning to anyone targeting those affected by the recent flooding in Sonoma County, “California law protects people impacted by a state of emergency.  Looting is theft, which is always against the law.  However, during a time of emergency additional legal protections exist against price gouging on gas, food, housing, and other essential supplies.  I encourage anyone who has been the victim of price gouging, or who has information regarding potential price gouging, to immediately file a complaint by contacting local law enforcement or my office.  Be advised that any looting or price gouging related to this week’s flooding will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.” Read full story

March 24, 2017 | Office of the District Attorney

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week April 2 - April 8, 2017

This year’s theme—Strength. Resilience. Justice.—reflects this vision of the future. One in which all victims are strengthened by the response they receive, organizations are resilient to face challenges, and communities are able to seek collective justice and healing. The theme highlights the need for multiple avenues of victim support. Read full story