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There are a variety of state agencies and community organizations that may be able to provide assistance and support to crime victims. Listing here is for informational purposes only and not an endorsement of the web content or the organization.

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  • Citizen's Guide to Preventing & Reporting Elder Abuse, pdf
    Nearly 200,000 Californians are victims of elder abuse each year. This guide provides information for the prevention and reporting of elder abuse.
  • Guía Para Cuidadanos Ciudadanos Para Prevenir Y Denunciar El Abuso De Ancianos, pdf
    Un folleto educativo que sirve como guía para que ancianos y personas encargadas de cuidarlos aprendan a reconocer señales de abuso; con prácticos consejos sobre cómo evitar ser víctima y cómo informar una sospecha de abuso. Este folleto está disponible al público sin costo alguno. Puede ser obtenido a través del internet o por escrito: Office of the Attorney General, 1300 I Street, Suite 1150, Sacramento, CA 95814.
  • Execution & Clemency In California: A Guide For Victims, pdf
    This brochure provides an overview for victims and their ability to participate in clemency hearings and executions in California.
  • A Victim's Guide to the Capital Case Process, pdf
    Provides crime victims and the general public with a comprehensive guide to the death penalty appellate process. This guide developed by the Victims' Services Unit seeks to clearly explain the capital appeals process from the original trial through to the execution. In California, death penalty appeals may take between 12 and 20 years to reach resolution due to constitutional safeguards guaranteed each inmate. These delays often cause frustration for surviving victims and their families.



Victims Needing Information - Call Toll-Free 1-877-433-9069


View Background - People v. Michael Angelo Morales, pdf. In addition to information on the death penalty in California, this document provides factual descriptions and background in the case of Michael Angelo Morales, who was convicted by a Ventura County jury in 1983 and sentenced to be executed. Morales has petitioned the Governor for a granting of clemency. The background information includes a factual descriptions of the crime, photographs of the victim, victim impact statements from family members and a case chronology

View Background - People v. Clarence Ray Allen, pdf. In addition to information on capital punishment in California, this document provides factual descriptions of the multiple violent felony crimes for which Clarence Ray Allen was convicted and executed; a chronology of the litigation in this case; photographs of the victims; and victim impact statements from family members.

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