The District Attorney’s office created three public service announcements currently airing on regional Comcast stations. The ads run on channels that are popular with kids and teens and provide child abuse messaging and resources. The ads state:

" In these strange times you can’t go to the places you usually go or see the people you normally see

Is someone in your home hurting you? Are you afraid for your sibling or a friend?

Don’t keep it a secret, say something.

You won’t get in trouble if you reach out for help

Text or call 1-800-422-4453

You’re not alone"
"Teen PSA"
"Feeling Alone PSA"
"Youth PSA"
On June 8, 2020 DA O'Malley issued the following statement:

As I reflect alongside members of my Office and my community on the murder of George Floyd and the incredible outpouring of pain, anger and action over the last two weeks, I recognize the immediacy and urgency this moment brings to the Office of the District Attorney. While we have worked for years to address and reduce racism and bias in the justice system, there is much more to be done. As prosecutors, we are in a unique position to be leaders of change.

I am announcing the creation of the Alameda County District Attorney’s Fair and Equitable Policing and Prosecution Advisory Council. The Council will include members from the Alameda County community, particularly from the African American community, as well as selected members from my office and other governmental entities. The Council will include individuals of all ages and be representative of the entire county. I will include academics, practicing attorneys, the business community and those with lived experiences. The Advisor Council will work with me as I work with the Fair and Equitable Policing and Prosecution Working Group. I will seek input and sage advice through listen and learn dialogues. I will value the counsel of the diverse Advisory Council as I continue to build a justice system that is equal and equitable for all.

The District Attorney’s Office and Lyft have teamed up to provide access to transportation for victims and survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking, elder abuse, and sexual assault with rides to and from the Family Justice Center. The transportation network company will provide access to free rides to those in need of transportation to and from the Center where they will receive vital help and resources.

“We are extremely grateful to Lyft. It takes a company with compassion and a vision to make available this type of community service,” says DA O’Malley. “The services provided at the Family Justice Center are life-changing for many of the victims and survivors who we work with. Access is key, and this partnership will ensure that anyone who needs us has a secure mode of transportation to and from the Center.”

Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley has announced that her office, along with 16 other District Attorney’s Offices in California, have settled an environmental protection action with CarMax Auto Superstores California, LLC. The settlement was based on the unlawful handling and disposal of various hazardous materials and hazardous wastes. The action was filed in Orange County Superior Court. 

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"Alone" :

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The two newest episodes feature:

  • DA Nancy O'Malley discusses how her office is handling adjustments to working through the current COVID-19 pandemic.
  • How prompt rape kit testing in California became law.

To learn more and listen to all episodes, visit or click your preferred streaming service below.
Alameda County Courts Case Portal: For information pertaining to specific cases.

Criminal Docket Finder: Find out when the next court date is for a particular case.

Inmate Locator: Find out the custody status of a person.

Alameda County DA's Office website: View up-to-date news and information about the office at our website.

Alameda County Family Justice Center (ACFJC) website: The ACFJC is a 1-stop location that provides victims of crime with legal, health, and support services, and the opportunity for physical and psychological safety, recovery and well-being.