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Posted @withrepost • @the.vcfjc This year, thanks to partnership with County CEO, the FJC was able to participate in the 11th annual CAN-tree event hosted by Food Share. This event raises awareness of local food insecurity while helping to feed our neighbors this winter season. @venturacountyda @foodsharevc ... See MoreSee Less

Posted @withrepost • @the.vcfjc This year, thanks to partnership with County CEO, the FJC was able to participate in the 11th annual CAN-tree event hosted by Food Share. This event raises awareness of local food insecurity while helping to feed our neighbors this winter season. @venturacountyda @foodsharevcImage attachment

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Your department always steps up to help! Way to go!!

The Ventura County Family Justice Center is holding a new restraining order workshop for those in need. Demand for this service has skyrocketed during the pandemic years. The workshops will be three days a week. Two days in English and one day in Spanish.

If you need help or information between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, call us at (805) 652-7655, text us at (805) 947-7981, or email vcfjc.coop@ventura.org.

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El Centro de Justicia Familiar del Condado de Ventura está organizando un nuevo taller sobre órdenes de restricción para los necesitados. La demanda de este servicio se ha disparado durante los años de la pandemia. Los talleres serán tres días a la semana. Dos días en Inglés y un día en Español.

Si necesita ayuda o información entre las 8:00 am y las 5:00 pm, de lunes a viernes, llámenos al (805) 652-7655, envíenos un mensaje de texto al (805) 947-7981 o envíe un correo electrónico a vcfjc.coop@ventura.org.

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The Ventura County Family Justice Center is holding a new restraining order workshop for those in need. Demand for this service has skyrocketed during the pandemic years. The workshops will be three days a week. Two days in English and one day in Spanish.

If you need help or information between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, call us at (805) 652-7655, text us at (805) 947-7981, or email vcfjc.coop@ventura.org.

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El Centro de Justicia Familiar del Condado de Ventura está organizando un nuevo taller sobre órdenes de restricción para los necesitados. La demanda de este servicio se ha disparado durante los años de la pandemia. Los talleres serán tres días a la semana. Dos días en Inglés y un día en Español.

Si necesita ayuda o información entre las 8:00 am y las 5:00 pm, de lunes a viernes, llámenos al (805) 652-7655, envíenos un mensaje de texto al (805) 947-7981 o envíe un correo electrónico  a vcfjc.coop@ventura.org. 

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Posted @withrepost • @comet_the_courthouse_dog Dear Lupe,
Congratulations on your retirement. You were our inspiration- because of you, our dogs support victims in Ventura County- what a lovely legacy! We were proud to honor you tonight and you’re our friend forever. XXOO
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Posted @withrepost • @comet_the_courthouse_dog Dear Lupe, 
Congratulations on your retirement. You were our inspiration- because of you, our dogs support victims in Ventura County- what a lovely legacy! We were proud to honor you tonight and you’re our friend forever. XXOO

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Treat everyone equality

News Release: December 1, 2022
District Attorney Erik Nasarenko announced a guilty verdict was returned by a Ventura County jury in a case where two gang members were involved in a deadly shooting.
vcda.us/3iuwBjB
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News Release: December 1, 2022
District Attorney Erik Nasarenko announced a guilty verdict was returned by a Ventura County jury in a case where two gang members were involved in a deadly shooting.
https://vcda.us/3iuwBjB

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What about Foy ?

❗️ONE PILL CAN KILL❗️
Fentanyl-related case filings have exploded in recent years. From 2015-2019 the DA’s Office had 36 Fentanyl cases. From 2020 & 2021 there have been more than 350 Fentanyl-related filings!

The Ventura County Sheriff's Office and Oxnard Union High School District have partnered on a new campaign to raise awareness about how DEADLY any amount of Fentanyl can be.

#OnePillCanKill
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GivingTuesday is celebrated on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving every year. It is a day that encourages kindness and generosity all over the world. Spend today honoring #GivingTuesday through doing good in any way you can, such as donating, volunteering, or simply practicing acts of kindness. The goal is to build a better world together!
www.vcfjcfoundation.org/

#vcfjcfoundation #ventura #venturacounty #venturacountyda
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GivingTuesday is celebrated on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving every year. It is a day that encourages kindness and generosity all over the world. Spend today honoring #GivingTuesday through doing good in any way you can, such as donating, volunteering, or simply practicing acts of kindness. The goal is to build a better world together!
https://www.vcfjcfoundation.org/

#vcfjcfoundation #ventura #venturacounty #VenturaCountyDAImage attachment

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No more money from Foy

PODCAST DROP: Listen to the Branching Out Pod at the link below.

DA Nasarenko and Chief Investigator Scott Whitney talked with the Acorn’s Kyle Jorrey about several topics impacting Ventura County, crime and the courts. #podcast

🎙Apple Podcasts: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/seeking-justice-a-discussion-with-the-da/id1469658494?i=1000587753797

🎙Or here: www.buzzsprout.com/396817/11753774-seeking-justice-a-discussion-with-the-da
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DA Erik Nasarenko recently spoke about the important work being done by Crime Survivors and how the Ventura County District Attorney's Office has partnered with the organization.

Crime Survivors is celebrating 19 years of providing hope and healing to victims and survivors of crime through advocacy and the support of resources, information, and empowerment.

#venturacountyda #crimesurvivors
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The Ventura County Fair was robbed of $515K in cash proceeds in August. The CHP is in charge of investigating this and I wonder if they could use help. While I understand this isn’t under the umbrella of the DA’s office, I just hope the CHP is on this. Ventura County can not afford this uninsured loss. Certainly seems like an amateur mistake to leave that amount of cash overnight in a place that it can just walk off undetected. Inside job? Disgruntled ex-employee? Certainly is something more sophisticated than a homeless person with bolt cutters could pull off as some have suggested. Thanks for reading