• Domestic violence can happen to anyone, anywhere, regardless of age, economic status, race, religion, nationality or educational background. It isn’t a personal matter or even a family issue, but an alarming and pervasive problem that impacts victims, abusers, family members, friends and entire communities.

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     DA’s Office Releases Four-Year Report on Neighborhood Court Program

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  • Neighborhood Court team seeks to address homelessness through a collaborative, social services-oriented approach.

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  • Environmental Protection Investigation Reveals Falsified Records And Disposal Of Hazardous Wastes On Agricultural Lands.

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Davis Man Becomes First to Graduate from Addiction Intervention Court

The participant made such incredible progress that he graduated early Press Release (Woodland, CA) – October 16, 2018 – On Monday, October 15, 2018, a 34-year-old Davis resident successfully graduated from Addiction Intervention Court in Department 6 of the Yolo County Superior Court. Due to his wanting to move forward for his productive life, he… Read More →

District Attorney’s Neighborhood Court Announces Fall Training Dates, Info Meeting

Press Release (Woodland, CA) – October 12, 2018 – The Yolo County District Attorney’s Neighborhood Court (NHC) will hold volunteer trainings for local community members interested in serving as program volunteers. The first training will take place on Saturday, October 20th, from 8:45am – 5:00pm, at the Davis Police Department. Once trained as panelists, volunteers… Read More →

DA’s Multi-Cultural Community Council Honors Citizens

Press Release (Woodland, CA) October 12, 2018 – District Attorney Jeff Reisig’s Multi-Cultural Community Council (MCCC) honored seven Yolo County citizens at the 5th annual MCCC awards luncheon which took place at the Yolo County’s Atrium in Woodland on October 11, 2018. The awards luncheon focuses on recognizing individuals or organizations who promote multi-cultural relationships,… Read More →