Laws & Regulations State of California
The law’s application is not limited to entities that are tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, which pertains to charities. With certain limited exceptions, the law applies to any person holding money or property for charitable purposes. This includes entities that are tax exempt under other subsections of section
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Law Enforcement State of California
(5 days ago) Convening law enforcement, youth and community organizations to focus on trust and transparency. Creating the 21st Century Policing Working Group to foster discussion regarding implicit bias and building community trust. Launching OpenJustice, a first-of-its-kind criminal justice open data initiative that publishes unprecedented data in an
Division of Law Enforcement State of California
(6 days ago) The mission of the Division of Law Enforcement is to enhance public safety by conducting criminal investigations, regulatory oversight, and forensic analysis of evidence for criminal proceedings. DLE is dedicated to enhancing the safety and reducing the vulnerability of all citizens, residents and visitors within the state of California. Our Division is organized into the following five bureaus:
Privacy Laws State of California
(9 days ago) This law provides that a law enforcement agency may request, and a bank, credit union, or savings association must then provide, surveillance photographs and video recordings of a person accessing a crime victim's financial account via an ATM or from within the financial institution, as specified.
Megan's Law State of California
(6 days ago) The California Megan’s Law web site located at www.meganslaw.ca.gov currently provides the public with certain information on registered sex offenders in accordance with Penal Code section 290.46. This information is provided so that members of our local communities may protect themselves and their children. Megan's Law is named after seven-year-old Megan Kanka, a New Jersey girl who was
Open Government State of California
(9 days ago) California law provides the public with access to governmental information and processes. Here you can find information on: Proposed initiatives and ballot measures, including the Attorney General's 100 word Title and Summary. The Public Records Act, including explanatory materials and how to make a request.
Firearms Regulations State of California
(2 days ago) Firearms Regulations. A “regulation” is any rule, regulation, order or standard of general application or the amendment, supplement, or revision of any rule, regulation, order, or standard adopted by any state agency to implement, interpret, or make specific the law enforced or administered by it. When adopting regulations, the Department
Refund Policies State of California
(8 days ago) If a store violates this law (California Civil Code section 1723) by not clearly displaying their limited or no return policy, you can return the purchased item with proof of purchase for a full refund within 30 days. You can notify the consumer protection division of your …
California Code of Regulations
(6 days ago) “The law enforcement agencies of California state educational institutions” refers to any police department established by a public school district pursuant to Education Code section 38000, subdivision (b). 2. “California university educational institution” means the University of California,
Frequently Asked Questions State of California
(5 days ago) What is the Firearm Safety Device (FSD) law? Generally, all firearms (other than federally defined antiques) purchased in California must be accompanied with an FSD that has passed required safety and functionality tests and is listed on the Department of Justice Roster of Approved Firearm Safety Devices.
Assault Weapon Identification Guide
(4 days ago) A law enforcement agency may verify an assault weapon registration by consulting the Automated Firearms System (AFS), which is accessible through the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS). Each AFS assault weapon record includes the date of registration, information identifying the regis
Relevant Federal Laws State of California
(4 days ago) The Americans With Disabilities Act makes it unlawful for employers with 15 or more employees to discriminate against qualified employees on the basis of a disability. Reasonable accommodation must be provided unless it would pose an undue hardship to an employer. The federal law also requires employers qualifying as "public accommodations
eCrime Unit State of California
(5 days ago) The eCrime Unit is tasked with investigating and prosecuting large scale identity theft and technology crimes with actual losses in excess of $50,000. The primary mission of the eCrime Unit is to investigate and prosecute multi-jurisdictional criminal organizations, networks, and groups that perpetrate identity theft crimes, use an electronic device or network to facilitate a crime, or commit
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE POLICY GOVERNING …
(9 days ago) complaints against law enforcement agencies or employees of law enforcement agencies, and that appropriate local resources (e.g. sheriff or police department and district attorney) be utilized for resolution of such complaints prior to a request for intervention by the Attorney General.
Number 10: Illegal Gambling Devices
(Just Now) devices in response to inquiries from local law enforcement agencies, inquiries from state agencies including the California State Lottery and the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, and from the Bureau’s observations in the field. This advisory also addresses misrepresentations contained in
Credit Card Surcharges State of California
(4 days ago) California has a law, California Civil Code section 1748.1, that prohibits retailers from adding a surcharge when a consumer chooses to use a credit card instead of paying by cash. In March 2015, a federal court found the statute unconstitutional and prohibited the Attorney General from enforcing it. The Office of the Attorney General believes that this decision is incorrect and has appealed
Workplace Sexual Harassment State of California
(6 days ago) Sexual harassment in the workplace is a form of sex discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act. Briefly, sexual harassment refers to both unwelcome sexual advances, or other visual, verbal, or physical conduct of a sexual nature and actions that create an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment based on
Attorneys / Lawyers State of California
(2 days ago) The State Bar of California licenses and regulates attorneys. Its website provides information on what you need to know when hiring an attorney, what rights you have, and whether or not a lawyer has been disciplined for professional misconduct. The State Bar also offers consumer legal guides on dealing with lawyers, the legal rights of children
Proposition 69 (DNA) State of California
(9 days ago) California voters in November 2004 passed Proposition 69, the "DNA Fingerprint, Unsolved Crime and Innocence Protection Act, pdf to expand and modify state law regarding the collection and use of criminal offender DNA samples and palm print impressions. The initiative gives the Attorney General's Office, California Department of Justice, and many other state and local agencies the
Division of Operations State of California
(3 days ago) Legal Support Operations supports the operations of the six law offices of the Attorney General, provides a broad array of administrative, office, clerical and legal secretarial support services, maintains the case docket system, central files, and provides reproduction, mail/overnight courier, and Notary Public services. This section also
State Exemptions for Authorized Peace Officers State of
(6 days ago) Any federal law enforcement agency The military or naval forces of this state or of the United States Penal Code section 32000 does not prohibit the sale to, or purchase by, sworn members of the above agencies of a handgun.
California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) State of
(5 days ago) Another California law, Civil Code section 1798.99.80, defines a data broker as “a business that knowingly collects and sells to third parties the personal information of a consumer with whom the business does not have a direct relationship.” This law exempts certain businesses that are regulated by other laws from this definition.
Proposition 65 State of California
(7 days ago) The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 ("Proposition 65") is an initiative statute that protects public health by reducing exposures to toxic chemicals in two principal ways. First, it outlaws discharges of certain toxic chemicals into sources of drinking water. Second, it requires businesses to provide clear and reasonable warnings prior to exposing persons to certain toxic
Nonprofit Raffles State of California
(6 days ago) Violations may be forwarded to the local district attorney, city attorney, or county counsel for investigation and possible prosecution. In addition, the Attorney General may take legal action under the provisions of the Nonprofit Corporation Law for breach of fiduciary duty or waste of charitable assets.
Protecting Children & Seniors State of California
(5 days ago) The Attorney General has a responsibility for protecting children and seniors from harm. This responsibility comes in many forms: Investigating and prosecuting physical elder abuse committed by employees against patients in elder care facilities. Investigating and prosecuting skilled nursing homes, hospitals, and residential care facilities for adopting policies or promoting practices that
Re: Oversight and Enforcement of Laws Related to Foster Youth
(5 days ago) any law of this State or of the U.S., other than murder in certain circumstances and certain sex offenses, or any ordinance of any city or county of this State defining crime other than an ordinance establishing a curfew based solely on age, and are within the jurisdiction of the juvenile court and may be adjudged a ward of the court. (Welf
L.A. Impact State of California
(Just Now) The task force is a compilation of numerous federal, state and local law enforcement agencies in Los Angeles County whose primary focus is to investigate major crimes, with an emphasis on dismantling mid to major level drug trafficking organizations. In 2011, L.A. IMPACT became a …
Division of Public Rights State of California
(2 days ago) It brings complex prosecutions under a wide range of statutes, including the Unfair Competition Law, the California False Claims Act, and Corporate Securities and Commodities Laws. Environment enforces state and federal environmental laws affecting California’s natural …
Human Trafficking Legislation State of California
(8 days ago) Requires state and local law enforcement agencies to provide, without a fee, one copy of all human trafficking incident reports to the trafficking victim, or the victim's representative, upon request. View the full text of Assembly Bill 1678. Assembly Bill 2027 (Quirk, 2016) – Victims of crime: nonimmigrant status – Enacted September 28. 2016
Information Bulletins State of California
(3 days ago) In an effort to provide technical guidance to partners across the state, the California Department of Justice (Department), upon occasion, issues information bulletins on a wide range of topics. Oftentimes, these bulletins follow changes in state laws, court precedent, regulations, or technology. Information bulletins are generally sent to local authorities, including law enforcement and
Bail State of California
(6 days ago) Marsy's Law. Bail. In setting, reducing or denying bail, the judge or magistrate shall take into consideration the protection of the public, the safety of the victim, the seriousness of the offense charged, the previous criminal record of the defendant, and the probability of his or her appearing at the trial or hearing of the case.
Child Abduction State of California
(6 days ago) Ask your law enforcement contacts to enter your child as a missing person in the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) database. You may also contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s 24-hour hotline at 1-877-446-2632. Contact the Office of Children’s Issues Prevention Branch at 1-888-407-4747.
California Office of Privacy Protection
(3 days ago) Law makers have responded by passing laws to help identity theft victims and to require businesses to protect the security and confidentiality of their customers’ and employees’ personal information. California has been a national leader in identity theft deterrence and remediation laws. It can be difficult for many businesses and organizations
Resources State of California
(6 days ago) POST encourages the sharing of this information with all law enforcement personnel who may serve as liaison between human trafficking victims and the criminal justice system. The nature of human trafficking makes it critical for law enforcement to understand the dynamics, indicators, and …
Timeshares Scams State of California
(1 days ago) Timeshares might seem like a good deal, but beware. Timeshares often have large fees in addition to the purchase price. Some fees, such as maintenance fees, can rise each year without a limit, so the timeshare can quickly become unaffordable. Also, double check any promises a salesperson makes and make sure important terms are in writing in the contract. Salespeople may lie and pressure you to
(3 days ago) The California Department of Justice (Department) is committed to promoting and protecting the privacy rights of individuals, as enumerated in Article 1 of the California Constitution, the Information Practices Act of 1977, and other state and federal laws.
2019-BOF-02: Gun Violence Restraining Order Process
(9 days ago) Law Enforcement Duties If the GVRO is a Temporary Emergency GVRO, the law enforcement officer who requests the order must do all of the following: (a) If the order is obtained orally, memorialize the order of the court on the form approved by the Judicial Council.
Cellular Phone Forensics / Investigations State of
(9 days ago) Course Description - This 40 hour course is designed to provide law enforcement personnel with foundational skills and knowledge necessary for the forensic examination of cellular phones. Special circumstances arise and special consideration has to be given when a cellular phone is used as an instrument of crime or when a cellular phone contains records of criminal activity.
Federal Habeas Corpus State of California
(1 days ago) Marsy’s Law provides all victims with rights and due process in state proceedings; however, the Federal Crime Victims’ Rights stated above provide victims with rights in federal habeas corpus proceedings. For additional information on the protection, enforcement, and …
FinCEN State of California
(8 days ago) The Bureau of Investigation serves as the coordinator for state and local law enforcement agencies seeking information from the U.S. Department of Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). The FinCEN coordinator may be contacted by law enforcement agencies at (559) 312-9313.
Cyber Exploitation State of California
(Just Now) The California Attorney General launched a groundbreaking initiative to combat cyber exploitation. Posting intimate images online without consent undermines privacy, basic civil rights, and public safety. The California Department of Justice is committed to holding perpetrators of these crimes accountable. The Attorney General convened the first-of-its-kind partnership of 50 major technology
TEMPLATE MOU MODEL MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
(9 days ago) law enforcement supervisors from each department will confer and decide which will have primary responsibility for investigating and reporting the incident based on the location of the incident. C. Collaboration The Parties recognize that regardless of which law enforcement agency ultimately has