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  • The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office is now using RAIDS (Regional Analysis and Information Sharing) Online crime mapping technology. Online crime mapping helps the public to form a better understanding of the crime activity in their area so that they can make more informed decisions.
  • The mission of the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office Crime Prevention Unit is to create an active and involved partnership and provide resources and information to assist in keeping our community, families, and businesses safe.
  • It is the goal of the Family Justice Center Sonoma County to provide a safe and welcoming environment where victims of family violence can go for services and support, including domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse and stalking.
    Services available: Advocacy, Chaplaincy Program, Child Care Room, Client Technology Area, Assistance with Clothing, Victim Services, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, Survivor Groups and/or Therapy Services, Immigration Services, Intake Assessment, Legal Advocacy, Resource Center, Access to a Safe House, Safety Planning, and Transportation Assistance
  • You do not need any special skills or legal knowledge to be a juror. All you need is an open mind and a readiness to work with the other jurors to make decisions.
  • The Public Defender has the mandated responsibility of defending any person who is not financially able to employ counsel and who is charged with the commission of any contempt or offense triable in the superior or municipal courts.
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    Animal Services is responsible for the enforcement of city and county ordinances and state laws pertaining to animals, primarily domestic. These include licensing and vaccination requirements as well as stray animal, dangerous/vicious, and nuisance provisions, and the enforcement of cruelty regulations. To report an issue…
  • You may use this system to pay and close your citation or to sign up and pay for Traffic School (if eligible). You may also use this system to extend your appearance date, or payment due date, unless you are scheduled for a trial. If you are scheduled for a trial, you must contact the Trial Desk at (707) 521-6680 at least 10 days prior to your trial date to request a reset. Further proceeding dates scheduled from court are NOT eligible for an extension.
  • To protect Sonoma County Human Services Department benefit programs from false claims, community members can report their concerns about CalFresh, CalWORKS, General Assistance, Medi-Cal or In-Home Supportive Services fraud. Investigations are done by the Special Investigation Unit (SIU).

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