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Programs & Services
The criminal division receives information from citizens, and law enforcement officers, who suspect that a California law has been violated.
Victim Services Division
Learn about the responsibilities of this victim-oriented division; learn your rights if you are a victim or witness to a crime; find resources to help you; and access other helpful information.
Consumer/Environmental Protection Unit
Learn how we fight consumer fraud, how to protect yourself from cons and scams, and who to contact if you've been victimized.
Submitting a Consumer Complaint
If you have a complaint against a business, arising out of a business transaction or attempted transaction, file a complaint with our office.
Consumer Protection Agencies and Consumer Information Sources links are listed.
Recognizing & Reporting Environmental Violations
The more answers you can provide staff on violations, the better equipped they will be to identify and investigate the possible environmental crimes.
Frequently asked questions of the District Attorney's Consumer/Environmental Protection Unit
Scams & Alerts
View messages and recommended articles from the Napa County Chief Information Security Officer.
- Fraude de Inmigración / Immigration Fraud
- Submitting a Consumer Complaint
Conviction Integrity Unit
The Conviction Integrity Unit (CIU) reviews and investigates claims of innocence raised after a criminal conviction in cases of homicides, sex offenses and violent crimes, where the defendant is still serving a prison sentence. The CIU may examine claims of innocence in other types of cases if a significant prison commitment or collateral consequence indicates that an examination of the case is warranted.
Child Abduction Unit
In some circumstances, the District Attorney shall take all actions necessary to locate the party who has been ordered to appear and the child, and to ensure that party complies with the court’s order.
Protective Orders / Visitation Orders
This page covers what to do if you need assistance related to Domestic Violence and Protective Orders as well as information on non-compliance with visitation orders.
Possible Criminal Charges
Criminal prosecution stemming from custody disputes are rare and are considered only as a last resort.
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
If you think you have seen a missing child, contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Protective Orders / Visitation Orders
If you were convicted of a crime in Napa County and meet certain requirements, you are entitled to have that crime expunged from your record. To help with this process, the Napa County District Attorney’s Office created a one-stop online portal to help you (1) determine whether you might be eligible for expungement and (2) if so, electronically fill out and submit the required forms. Upon receiving your petition, Probation, the District Attorney’s Office, and the Court will determine whether you are entitled to have the conviction expunged.
Insurance Fraud Unit
The Napa County District Attorney’s Office Insurance Fraud Unit is charged with enforcing the provisions of Chapter 12 of the California Insurance Code.
Automobile Insurance Fraud (PDF)
Review this helpful vehicle insurance fraud document.
Workers' Compensation Insurance Fraud
This page's includes the perspective of the employee and employer with compensation insurance fraud.
- Automobile Insurance Fraud (PDF)
If you are a victim of abuse, these resources are available.
Statutory Rape is based on manipulation and exploitation of the victim, not respect and intimacy.
There are various types of elder abuse, each of which can be serious. Abuse can be physical, psychological, emotional, or financial and it can include neglect and abandonment.
- Statutory Rape
Review these pages on court case steps and services we provide.
The Steps of a Court Case
Review these 5 important steps.
What We Can Do
The Napa County District Attorney's Domestic Violence Unit only prosecutes cases of domestic violence. Learn how we can help you.
- The Steps of a Court Case
Welcome to the process for obtaining discovery from the Napa County District Attorney’s Office.
Gang & Youth Violence Commission
The Gang and Youth Violence Commission is a 28-person Commission responsible for coordinating gang prevention, intervention and suppression activities.
Review these important external and internal phone numbers.