My partner has threatened to hurt me and my family. What can I do?

Contact your local law enforcement if you or anyone in your family has been the victim of a crime or is in fear of their safety. 

You may also contact the Family Justice Center at: Concord: 925-521-6366 or Richmond: 510-974-7200. 

Many resources are available on line at www.cocofamilyjustice.org or https://www.crisis-center.org/talk-or-text-someone-now/.

If you are the victim of a person who is supervised by a Deputy Probation Officer (DPO). You can contact the Adult Division at 925-313-4000 and ask to speak to the assigned DPO or the Officer of the Day.

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