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In most cases, crimes must be reported to the police department or other law enforcement agency that has jurisdiction over the city or county where the crime occurred. If the crime occurred in San Pablo, it should be reported to the San Pablo Police Department: https://www.sanpabloca.gov/1501/Citizens-Online-Reporting
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No, the City Attorney cannot provide legal advice to private citizens. The following organizations may be helpful to citizens seeking legal assistance:
• Bay Area Legal Aid Legal Advice Hotline: 800-551-5554
• Contra Costa County Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service: (925) 686-6900
The Contra Costa County Superior Court Small Claims Division handles small claims actions. Fur further information, please contact the Court Clerk’s Office at: (925) 608-1000.
The PRA request form can be downloaded here: https://www.sanpabloca.gov/DocumentCenter/City Clerk/13919/PUBLIC-RECORDS-REQUEST-Editable-Form-2017
Follow the instructions on page 2 of the form regarding how to submit your Public Records Act (PRA) request. For questions, please call (510) 215-3000.