If you are a defendant in a criminal case and are represented by an attorney, the California Rules of Professional Conduct prohibit the District Attorney from communicating directly with you concerning your case. Please contact your attorney if you have questions concerning your case.
As a result of state legislation, the San Diego County District Attorney's Office no longer has jurisdiction over child support collection and services. Please contact the Department of Child Support Services for more information.
General Questions (other than reporting a crime)
Reporting a Crime
To report a crime, your first call must be made to your local police agency or responsible investigating agency. Police investigators and agencies respond to criminal complaints and, if they conclude charges should be filed, the case is referred to the District Attorney's Office for review. Use this Consumer Referral List for various types of complaints. Please contact them directly.
Reporting Identity Theft
In California, victims of Identity Theft may initiate a law enforcement investigation by contacting the local law enforcement agency that has jurisdiction over their residence or place of business. (Penal Code section 530.6) Click here for more information.
Questions about jury duty can be answered by visiting the Jury Services page on the Superior Court web site.
Victim Assistance Services
See our Victim Assistance Program details. Our victim advocates offer emergency help, counseling and referrals to victims of crime.
Web Site Technical Questions
For web site technical issues please e-mail the Web Team