Justice Restoration Project
Apr 30, 2018
Justice Restoration Project

District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley has served as the chief law enforcement officer in Alameda County since being appointed by the Alameda County Board of Supervisors in September 2009.

DA O’Malley is a nationally recognized expert in issues involving violence against women, violence against persons with disabilities, and interpersonal violence including sexual assault, domestic violence, elder abuse, child abuse, stalking, and human exploitation and trafficking. In 2006 she founded the Human Exploitation and Trafficking Unit (H.E.A.T.) to prosecute and eliminate sex trafficking in Alameda County. She's overseen the revival of the Family Justice Center,  which provides services and help for individuals experiencing domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault, etc. In 2017, DA O'Malley created the Justice Restoration Project to eliminate recidivism and to keep young offenders out of prison.

DA O’Malley is the first woman to serve as Alameda County’s elected District Attorney, and is a leader known throughout California and the country for her innovation and vision.