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If you see something, say something.

Call 24/7 – (805) 654-9511

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I’m in a crisis. I need help.

Call 24/7 – (866) 998-2243

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If you see something, say something. Call 24/7 – (805) 654-9511

Please help our community stay safe by reporting suspicious activity. If you see something that doesn’t seem quite right, say something. By being alert and reporting suspicious activity to your local law enforcement, you can protect your family, neighbors, and community.

How to Report Suspicious Activity

Public safety and security is everyone’s responsibility. If you see suspicious activity, report it to local law enforcement or a person of authority using the “5W’s”:

I’m in a crisis. I need help. Call 24/7 – (866) 998-2243

If you or someone you know is in a crisis there are people and organizations willing and able to help. For immediate help, please call (24/7) 866-998-2243.

Ventura County Health Care Agency Crisis Response Team

I’m a victim. I need help. (805) 654-3622

The Ventura County District Attorney Office is committed to helping victims of crime and protecting their rights. The Crime Victims’ Assistance Unit functions to guide victims through the criminal justice process, to ensure victims’ rights are honored, and to assist victims in obtaining services to help them cope with the trauma they have suffered. Through the efforts of a dedicated team of Victim Advocates, the Victims’ Assistance Unit provides comprehensive services to victims of all types of crime.

Advocates accompany victims to court, provide a supportive ear, and display a calm strength to help victims get through court proceedings that can be frightening and highly emotional. With the help of Victim Advocates, victims can obtain protective court orders. Advocates also assist in processing, filing, and verifying of restitution claims filed with the California Victims of Crime Compensation Program. Skilled in crisis intervention, victim advocates offer an array of referrals to service providers who respond to the individual needs of victims.

Victim advocates also regularly make presentations to community organizations, service clubs, schools, and law enforcement agencies on topics such as domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, elder abuse, and crimes involving juvenile offenders.

For more information about services available to victims, please call the Crime Victims’ Assistance Unit at (805) 654-3622.

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