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sad-victim"For too long, criminals have been given more 'rights' than victims - putting justice and public safety at risk.  As the voice for victims, our goal is to make 'public safety' California's biggest priority." 

- Harriet C. Salarno, Chair


Crime Victims United of California is the only organization of its kind - using education, legislative advocacy and political action to give victims a voice.

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