Domestic Violence

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If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call 9-1-1.


Nearly three out of four (74%) of Americans personally know someone who is or has been a victim of domestic violence. Domestic violence touches the lives of Americans of all ages, leaving a devastating impact on women, men, and children of every background and circumstance. October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Help us raise awareness about domestic violence and join in our efforts to end violence.

All victims and witnesses of crime are encouraged to file a police report first.  To file a police report, go to the nearest police station or call Police Non-Emergency at (415) 553-0123 for an officer to be dispatched to come and take the report.

Victim services may be obtained through the District Attorney's Victim Services Division located at 850 Bryant Street, Room 320.  To inquire about services or resources available to you, call (415) 553-9044 to reach a representative 24 x 7 or submit a request and indicate when is the best time to call and provide police report number, if available (not required).

If you need assistance in another language or are not sure who to call for the service you need, dial 3-1-1 (within SF only) or (415) 701-2311; TTY direct (415) 701-2323.


For Information, Resources and 24-hour Crisis Hotlines Visit San Francisco Victim Services