According to the Daily Democrat: “A visit by a top-ranking a state official to the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office on Tuesday resulted in words of praise for the county’s Victim Services and Child Advocacy Center.
Marybel Batjer, who is Gov. Jerry Brown’s secretary of government operations, came to downtown Woodland on Tuesday afternoon in order to “tour the DA’s Victim Service’s Division and the Multi-Disciplinary Interview Center (MDIC) where children and developmentally delayed adults who are victims of crimes are interviewed,” the county office said in a news release.
Chief Deputy Jonathan Raven described the visit — Batjer was accompanied by Julie Nauman, executive officer of the state’s Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board — as a great honor for the county.”
Prior to the tour, the state officials had a closed-door meeting with Yolo County District Attorney Jeff Reisig, Victim Services Program Manager Laura Valdes and Raven. Valdez described the county’s Victim Services Program and introduced Aloha, a dog used by program staff to comfort victims, according to a statement released Wednesday.
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