Come to the Table features conversations between DA Verber Salazar and others about the District Attorney's Office, changes in the law, and special programs within the Office. We also welcome public comment at email@example.com. If your comment gets selected we will either talk about it, or invite YOU to the table for a conversation.
A Conversation About the Stigma of Mental Health and Prosecutors
A conversation with Deputy District Attorney Jennifer "Kibbe" Day about the stigma of mental health and how it affects prosecutors and others in the community.
If you are having difficulties with your mental health, you can call San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services at (209) 468-8700, or visit https://www.sjcbhs.org.
If you are in crisis, please call (209) 468-8686.
A Conversation About the Family Justice Center
A conversation with San Joaquin County Family Justice Center Director, Suzanne Schultz, about the center being a one-stop-shop for survivors of crime in our community, and being a valuable resource for all of San Joaquin County.
Visit the SJC Family Justice Center at: https://www.sjcfamilyjusticecenter.com/
A Conversation About Restorative Justice
A conversation with Director of Policy and Planning, Kayce Rane about Restorative Justice - what it means, how it works, and how it affects the citizens of San Joaquin County.
A Conversation About New Laws in 2021
District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar chats with Chief Deputy District Attorney Ken Puckett on the new laws being enacted in 2021, and what they mean for San Joaquin County.
A Conversation About Consumer Fraud
A conversation with Chief Deputy District Attorney Jeff Derman about how consumer fraud impacts our community, some of the schemes we've encountered, and how to protect yourself while shopping this holiday season.
A Conversation About Defining the Role of a Prosecutor
A conversation with Supervising Deputy District Attorney Kevin Rooney about what a prosecutor does, how cases get handled, and how alternative programs benefit the community.