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Serving Victims

This section presents information about victimization, victim characteristics, and the District Attorney’s (DA) Office’s engagement with victims, witnesses, and the general community. 

Why is this important? Understanding the victim population, providing effective services, and timely engagement helps develop the mutual transparency and trust needed to advance community safety and well-being. Our office collaborates with law enforcement agencies and community partners, like Porchlight Family Justice Center, to secure positive and appropriate case outcomes for all victims, especially the most vulnerable members of our community.


Below are a set of indicators that provide additional context about serving victims. These indicators help the DA's Office ensure they are supporting crime victims with timely outreach, ensuring victims' voices are heard, and preventing future victimization. 

Our aim is to ensure that victims receive satisfactory outcomes regardless of their socioeconomic status.


Though not previously tracked by this office, we are working to provide additional data regarding serving victims including race/ethnicity of victims, the number of contacts, and timeliness of contact with victims in the coming months.

Underlying data counts for each chart can be accessed through this link.