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Are you the victim of a violent crime?

If you have been the victim of violent crime, you should know about Marsy's Law. It ensures that violent crime victims and their families have guaranteed rights. Marsy's Card provides information about your rights and resources.

The card is available in Arabic - Cambodian - Chinese - English - Korean - Russian - Spanish - TagalogVietnamese.

Other language translations are available at the State of California Office of Attorney General website.

Full details about Marsy's Law can also be found on the State of California Office of Attorney General website. 

Hate Crimes

Hate Crimes What they are, and what to do if you or someone you know is a victim / Crímenes de Odio Que son y qué hacer si alguien que conoces es una víctima / Hate Crimes title link - Chinese

Share Information About Unsolved Crimes - Anonymously

If you have any information about an unsolved felonious crime (homicide, armed robbery, weapons used in a crime, etc.), call the anonymous hotline:

  • CrimeStoppers 510-777-8572 (you may be eligible for a cash reward)
  • Homicide 510-238-7950
  • Illegal Drugs 510-238-3784
  • Illegal Firearm or Firearm Offense 510-535-4867
  • Sexual Assault Hotline 510-637-0298

Contact Us


Police Administration Building
455 7th Street
Oakland, CA  94607

Phone Numbers

General: (510) 777-3333
Police Administration Building: (510) 238-3455
CrimeStoppers: (510) 777-8572 (you may be eligible for a cash reward)
Homicide: (510) 238-7950
Illegal Drugs: (510) 238-3784
Illegal Firearm or Firearm Offense: (510) 535-4867
Sexual Assault Hotline: (510) 637-0298