Crime Victims United of California is the only organization of its kind — using education, legislative advocacy and political action to enhance public safety, promote effective crime-reduction measures and strengthen the rights of crime victims.


“Reducing Crime and Keeping California Safe Act of 2018.”

With your help, our initiative will:


1. Reclassify currently "non-violent" crimes like rape of an unconscious person, sex trafficking of a child and 14 other serious crimes as "violent"-to prevent the early release of inmates

2. Reform the parole system to stop the early release of violent felons, expand parolee oversight and strengthen penalties for parole violations

3. Reform theft laws to restore accountability for serial thieves and organized theft groups

4. Expand DNA collection to include those convicted of drug, theft, domestic violence and other serious crimes to help solve rape, murder and other violent crimes-and to exonerate those wrongly accused

We need 300,000 signatures to get on the 11/18 ballot.
The following crimes are unbelievably NOT considered violent under current California Law. Just a few examples:
Human trafficking of a child.
Attempted murder
Felony-Domestic violence.
Abducting a minor for prostitution.
Felony- Elder or dependent adult abuse.
Rape of an unconscious person.
Getting this initiative on the ballot will change that- Please help.
To view entire proposed ballot initiative click here:
Signatures collected at the CVU office located at 11400 Atwood Road, Auburn, CA.

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