Outreach

Front and Back image of First Responder CalVCB Informational Cards.
Front and Back of First Responder Cards.

First Responder Cards

California Government Code section 13962, subdivision (b) states that every local law enforcement agency has the duty to inform crime victims about CalVCB.

To support law enforcement with this statutory requirement, CalVCB provides First Responder Cards and other resources.

Learn more about the information and resources we provide to law enforcement.

CalVCB Events and Trainings

Check out some of the recent trainings and events CalVCB has attended.

CalVCB staff tabling at the Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Day of Action at the Sacramento Capitol.

Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Day of Action at the Sacramento Capitol (2/7/2023)

Tabling

CalVCB Outreach Specialist speaking at the UC Davis Mental Health Conference.

2023 UC Davis Mental Health Conference (1/21/2023)

Presenting

CalVCB staff tabling at the 17th National Indian Nations Conference.

17th National Indian Nations Conference (12/22/2022)

Tabling Event for American Indians and Alaska Natives

CalVCB Outreach Specialist speaking at the Mexican Consulate San Jose CA.

2022 Annual Mexican Consulate San Jose CA (11/22/2022)

Tabling and Presenting

Outreach Specialist gives a CalVCB Law Enforcement training

Training with Folsom PD (9/16/2022)

Law Enforcement Training

Get Involved with CalVCB

CalVCB has renewed in-person outreach and training, which was suspended during the pandemic, with visits to counties throughout California. The trainings with local victim advocates include extended question-and-answer sessions, providing detailed information on every aspect of CalVCB’s program and how to apply. To request a training or presentation from CalVCB, please complete and submit a Request a CalVCB Presentation Form.

What We Do

In-Person Events

Webinars

General Training

Advocate Training

Mental Health Forums

Speaking Events

Recent Social Media Campaigns

January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Image depicting hands breaking the bound rope.

Human Trafficking Prevention Month
(Jan. 1st – Jan. 31st)

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