COVID-19

Essential and Continuing Operations / COVID19: In the interest of the health and safety of our staff and the community, our offices will remain closed to the public, and most of the agency’s prosecutors and staff will work remotely, until further notice. The HCDAO continues to perform key functions in the county criminal justice system and will do so during the Covid-19 pandemic. Click Here for More Information

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Victim Services Announcements

Safe Storage of Guns

Gun Safety Tips  Store Guns and Ammunition Safely  Store guns in a locked location, unloaded, out of the reach and sight of children  Store…

Reflection on Crime Victims' Rights Week

By Kim Ogg Crime Victims’ Rights Week is an unfortunate, yet necessary, time to uplift those who are left to deal with painful new reality in the…

DA Ogg Announces Community Action Plans

    District Attorney Announces Community Action Plans Formed With 60 Member Transition Team   Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg…

Special instructions for victims of domestic abuse

  Due to Harvey, access to the Harris County Criminal Justice Center, including the District Attorney's Office, has been temporarily impacted. For…

How to avoid consumer fraud

    How to Avoid Consumer Fraud     Everyone should be aware that the days, weeks and months following a major disaster are dangerous times…

Identity Theft Protection

  How To Protect Yourself   Shred any documents that may contain personal identifying information before throwing away those documents  …