Courts and Law Enforcement

State and local government agencies are required by law to allow an active Safe at Home program participant to present his or her Authorization ID card and use his or her designated Safe at Home mailing address in lieu of his or her confidential address on forms and to receive mail. (per Government Code §6207)

Survivors of domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault enroll in the Safe at Home program to protect their confidential address on court documents, restraining orders, police reports and with various state and local agencies, including California's Superior Courts, state and local police departments, county sheriff's offices and the California Highway Patrol.


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