Crime Victims United (CVU) is honored to announce that its founder, Harriet Salarno, has been chosen to receive the prestigious Paul H. Chapman Gold Medal Award from the Foundation for Improvement of Justice, which encourages improvement in crime victims’ rights — and other public safety efforts — by recognizing and rewarding accomplishments and innovations.
“Sentencing decisions belong to the courts, not prison bureaucrats.” SACRAMENTO — Crime Victims United of California (CVUC) today announced the group’s new role as co-plaintiff, along with Citizens Against Homicide, in the lawsuit against the
THE SACRAMENTO BEE / BY MARCOS BRETÓN / APRIL 26, 2021 Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert announced Monday that she is running for attorney general of California. Schubert will challenge incumbent Rob Bonta,
CRIME VICTIMS UNITEDThe Voice for Victims and Public Safety April 6, 2021 Assemblymember Sharon Quirk-SilvaState CapitolRoom 6012Sacramento, CA 95814 RE: Assembly Bill 611 (Quirk-Silva) – Support Dear Assemblymember Quirk-Silva, Crime Victims United is proud