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June 1st marks the start of #pridemonth, and our office proudly stands with the LGBTQ+ community in celebrating love, acceptance, and equality.
We are committed to protecting the rights of all individuals, and together, we can build a more inclusive and just society. #Pride2023 ... See MoreSee Less
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“I was attracted to the opportunity to support the mission of the Family Justice Center – to reduce the incidents and impact of trauma. I see it as such a clear, honorable goal.
It’s my parents who taught me that the best way to spend my time is in service to others and to use my skills to be helpful to others is a worthwhile calling. From project management to data analysis to community engagement - the breadth of work that is involved in this position is very gratifying. I’m grateful for a chance to contribute to this important work at a local level.”
Meet Rajima Danish-Engle, Outreach and Development Manager for the Family Justice Center with the Ventura County District Attorney's Office .
“For me, AAPI Heritage Month means there is an invitation to not just share about my heritage and how it intersects with other areas of my life and work, but a time to celebrate mine and other’s cultural backgrounds.”
#CountyofVentura #AAPI #community ... See MoreSee Less
Where’s the justice?
Please join us in welcoming DA Investigator David Williams to the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office. Investigator Williams comes to the DA’s Office after 22 years with Beverly Hills PD.
District Attorney Erik Nasarenko administered the Oath of Office and presented DAI Williams with his badge.
Welcome to the team!
#VenturaCounty #bureauofinvestigation #districtattorney ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations David and welcome to VCDA. You will do great things 🎉
Did he start his law enforcement career at Cal State LA? I think he spoke to my academy class at Rio Hondo in 2000.
No more foys
Recently, the Boy and Girls Club invited Victim Advocate Gloria Solorzano and Deputy District Attorney Melissa McMurdo to speak at their career day event. The public service focused career day introduced different public service jobs to middle school aged students.
"I spoke about the job of a DDA, my career path, and the schooling that I received in order to do the job," DDA McMurdo said. "Gloria brought Trakr and spoke about her role as a victim advocate and courthouse facility dog handler. The kids were very excited about Trakr, and seemed genuinely interested in a career in the criminal justice system."
Thank you so much for inviting members of our office to attend! ... See MoreSee Less
🎉 Big congratulations to new Deputy District Attorney, Bari Blackledge! DA Erik Nasarenko officiated the Oath of Office this afternoon.
Welcome to the office! We can't wait to witness the tremendous impact you’ll make in our community. ... See MoreSee Less
That's Your Jamie Daughter!!
Welcome, Bari! We are excited to have you on the team 🎉
It’s good to talk about mental health struggles; we all have them.
It could mean talking with a friend or family member, or with your doctor or a counselor. It’s OK to not always feel OK.
But if it becomes too much it’s time to seek help.
Wellness Tips from Ventura County Behavioral Health: wellnesseveryday.org/wellness-tips
#MentalHealthAwarenessMonth #morethanenough ... See MoreSee Less