Operation Care Amador County

Operation Care Amador County DONATE NOW http://bit.ly/OperationCare Operation Care provides Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services to Amador County, California. 24 Hour Crisis Line 209-223-2600 1-800-675-3392
Operation Care is a non-profit organization founded in 1980 providing domestic violence and sexual assault support services, crisis intervention and education to Amador County, California. Please take a moment to consider how different this new year would be if you, your daughter, son or grandchild was the victim of abuse. Won't you consider helping today?

🌎❤#environment#biodegradable
07/09/2019

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#environment
#biodegradable

Come show your support for our GO Youth Program.  Our youth group kids will be holding a car wash on July 25th at Deter ...
07/08/2019

Come show your support for our GO Youth Program. Our youth group kids will be holding a car wash on July 25th at Deter Park to raise funds for their end of summer trip.

Cost is $4 per vehicle or a donation of any amount will be greatly appreciated.

BrainPower Neurodevelopmental Center
07/08/2019

BrainPower Neurodevelopmental Center

Great visual by Our Mama Village.

#MONDAY
07/08/2019

#MONDAY

Amador County Sheriff's Office
07/06/2019

Amador County Sheriff's Office

-JOSHUA HOCK UPDATE (2049 HOURS)-

We want to thank everyone for their efforts in trying to help bring Joshua Hock home safely. Unfortunately, after a search that included local and surrounding law enforcement agencies, as well as family and friends, we are sad to tell the community that Joshua passed away as a result of a traffic accident. Joshua and his motorcycle were found down an embankment in the area of Camanche Parkway North in Ione. The California Highway Patrol is currently investigating the traffic accident and the Amador County Sheriff's Office will handle the Coroner investigation. Joshua's family has been notified and from everyone at the Amador County Sheriff's Office, we offer our condolences. We ask that everyone keeps the Hock family in their thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
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Please SHARE and help us FIND 37 year old, Joshua Hock of Amador County. Josh was reported missing since July 3. Josh was last seen at the Java Drive in Martell around 1:00 P.M. and may have been seen at the Valero gas station in Pine Grove around 3:00 P.M. Josh was also stopped while driving his motorcycle, by an Amador California Highway Patrol Officer on July 3 around 9:30 A.M.

We’ve notified all the surrounding agencies and entered him into the missing persons data base. We attempted to track his phone, but it’s either been turned off or out of battery. His cell phone last pinged a cell tower in the Camanche Parkway North/Liberty Road area in the early morning hours of July 4th. There has been no activity on his cell phone since then.

California Highway Patrol (CHP) conducted an aerial search of Highway 88, Highway 89 and Highway 50. A deputy and CHP officer also drove the Highway 88 corridor on Friday. Today we have deputies in a 4x4 checking all the pullouts and back trails along Highway 88.

We ran Josh's motorcycle license plate through the National Vehicle Location Service data base, but there have been no hits on the license plate since 2018. The motorcycle is a 2005 Suzuki GSXR600, liense plate #17R2425. The attached photo incorrectly lists the motorcycle as a 2004.

If you have any information on Josh Hock's whereabouts, please contact the Amador County Sheriff's Office. We are hoping Josh safely returns home to his family.

FYI
07/06/2019

FYI

WORK STARTING SUNDAY...

The office will be closed today in observance of Independence Day! We will be back open Monday July 8th! An advocate can...
07/05/2019

The office will be closed today in observance of Independence Day! We will be back open Monday July 8th! An advocate can be reached 24/7 at 209-223-2600 if you need assistance. Have a safe weekend!

In observance of Independence Day our office will be closed today.In case of an emergency, call 911.You can reach an adv...
07/04/2019

In observance of Independence Day our office will be closed today.
In case of an emergency, call 911.
You can reach an advocate on our 24hr crisis line
(209) 223-2600 or toll free 800-675-3392.

Ledger Dispatch
07/03/2019

Ledger Dispatch

***UPDATE***
Tuesday, July 2, 2019:

The Sacramento Sheriff’s Office is in contact with a woman who identified Jane DOE as her daughter. Detectives believe she is, in fact, DOE’s mother and are working on confirming that relationship.

An investigation into the facts surrounding the circumstances described below revealed that the events occurred within the City of Sacramento. As such, the investigation will be handled by the Sacramento Police Department.

The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the public and media for their efforts in identifying Jane DOE and reuniting her with her mother.
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Original post - Monday, July 1, 2019:
NEWS RELEASE: PUBLIC’S ASSISTANCE NEEDED IN IDENTIFYING CHILD

Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying Jane DOE (see attached).

On Sunday, June 30, 2019, a citizen brought Jane DOE to a local fire station after an unknown Hispanic female left Jane DOE with the citizen.

Detectives are asking anyone with information about the identity of Jane DOE to please contact the Sheriff’s Office at (916) 874-5115 or Sacramento Valley Crime Stoppers at (916) 443-HELP. Tip information may also be left anonymously at www.sacsheriff.com or by calling (916) 874-TIPS (8477).

Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office
07/02/2019

Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office

NEWS RELEASE: PUBLIC’S ASSISTANCE NEEDED IN IDENTIFYING CHILD

The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying Jane DOE (see attached).

On Sunday June 30, 2019, a citizen brought Jane DOE to a local fire station after an unknown Hispanic female left Jane DOE with the citizen.

Detectives are asking anyone with information about the identity of Jane DOE to please contact the Sheriff’s Office at (916) 874-5115 or Sacramento Valley Crime Stoppers at (916) 443-HELP. Tip information may also be left anonymously at www.sacsheriff.com or by calling (916) 874-TIPS (8477).

What Does It Take for Traumatized Kids to Thrive?
07/01/2019
What Does It Take for Traumatized Kids to Thrive?

What Does It Take for Traumatized Kids to Thrive?

About a decade ago, Washington State embarked on an early social experiment to educate people about the impacts of stress on children. The results are starting to show.

Go Youth Amador County
06/24/2019

Go Youth Amador County

We will not be having drop in center this week. Our regular Youth Group times are:
Ages 12-17 Tuesday & Thursday 12:30 - 3:30
Ages 7-11 Wednesdays 12:30 - 3:30
Please call our office at 223-2897 and talk to Renee. with any questions

Texas will now classify 911 dispatchers as first responders, giving them recognition and more benefits
06/23/2019
Texas will now classify 911 dispatchers as first responders, giving them recognition and more benefits

Texas will now classify 911 dispatchers as first responders, giving them recognition and more benefits

They may not be on the front lines, but emergency dispatchers still grapple with the emotional impacts of dealing with crises. That's one reason why Texas will soon classify 911 dispatchers and other public safety telecommunications professionals as first responders, thanks to a new law signed by Go...

What does this picture mean to you?#artheals #hope #OPCARE
06/21/2019

What does this picture mean to you?
#artheals #hope #OPCARE

Go Youth Amador County
06/20/2019

Go Youth Amador County

Syp Jr has started!! Wednesday’s 12:30 to 3:30. Ages 7-11. If you would like to sign your child up please call Renee at (209) 223-2897!

Amador County Probation Department
06/20/2019

Amador County Probation Department

Mourning the loss of Sacramento Police Officer Tara O’Sullivan. Prayers for her family, friends and all men and women of the Sacramento Police Department.

Preventing and Responding to Domestic Violence in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, or Queer (LGBTQ) Communities
06/20/2019
Preventing and Responding to Domestic Violence in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, or Queer (LGBTQ) Communities

Preventing and Responding to Domestic Violence in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, or Queer (LGBTQ) Communities

The select resources and research in this Special Collection illustrate the LGBTQ communities’ experiences with domestic violence within the U.S. Resources especially relevant to these individuals, as well as straight allies and professionals, address the issue of domestic violence in LGBTQ commun...

Nice Job!
06/18/2019
Argonaut Grad Leaves Lasting Gift for School

Nice Job!

The furthest extent of leaving a legacy for most high school students on their campus is pretty limited: leaving a sticker in a locker, writing your name in textbooks or

Go Youth Amador County
06/18/2019

Go Youth Amador County

Summer youth program has begun! If you would like to sign your child up, call 209-223-2897 and ask for Renee. Ages 7-11 Wednesday’s and 12-17 Tuesday’s and Thursday’s! 😎 ☀️ 🎉

Ledger Dispatch
06/17/2019

Ledger Dispatch

Ione Police Foundation Dinner Moved to Saturday, August 3, 2019

Due to the recent passing of longtime Ione community member Andy Bonham the annual Ione Police Foundation Dinner scheduled for June 29, 2019 at Evalynn Bishop Hall (Ione, CA) has been postponed to Saturday, August 3, 2019. If any member of the community who has purchased tickets would like a refund, please return your tickets and a refund will be provided.

“We hope everyone will be able to make the new scheduled date,” said City of Ione Police Chief, Tracy Busby. “The postponement allows the community to honor the life of Mr. Bonham who has had a great impact on so many members of our community. The Ione Police Department offers our sincere condolences to the Bonham Family.”

The Ione Police Department thanks the members of the community for their understanding and the support they have given to the annual Ione Police Foundation Dinner over the years.

“The Ione Police Foundation Dinner has made it possible for the City of Ione Police Department to better serve our citizens,” said City of Ione Police Chief Busby. “We’ve been able to upgrade and purchase new equipment due to the generosity of Ione’s citizenry. Ione is an amazing community. We are hopeful that moving the date for the annual dinner still allows everyone to come out and participate, and we certainly apologize if the new date and time does not allow everyone that was planning on attending to come to the dinner.”

If anyone has any questions they can call the City of Ione Police Department at 209-274-2456 or 209-304-5101.

City of Ione Police Department

06/16/2019
Don't forget your purple today for Elder Abuse Awareness.
06/15/2019

Don't forget your purple today for Elder Abuse Awareness.

District Attorney brings awareness to elder abuse -
06/14/2019
District Attorney brings awareness to elder abuse -

District Attorney brings awareness to elder abuse -

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – June is Elder Abuse Awareness Month and according to the District Attorney’s Office about 2 million seniors are abused in the U.S. each year. DA Summer Stephan said just last year we reported that crimes against elders was up 37 percent. Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Loc...

Operation Care Victim Advocate Training Today!
06/14/2019

Operation Care Victim Advocate Training Today!

Elder Abuse happens everywhere, everyday.  Help us raise awareness and wear purple tomorrow on Elder Abuse Awareness Day...
06/14/2019

Elder Abuse happens everywhere, everyday. Help us raise awareness and wear purple tomorrow on Elder Abuse Awareness Day, June 15th.

#TGIF Have a great day!Stay cool❄🌞 Drink water!💧💧 @ Amador County, California
06/14/2019

#TGIF Have a great day!
Stay cool❄🌞
Drink water!💧💧 @ Amador County, California

Eldercare Locator
06/13/2019
Eldercare Locator

Eldercare Locator

Welcome to the Eldercare Locator, a public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging connecting you to services for older adults and their families. You can also reach us at 1-800-677-1116.

Operation Care Donation Center
06/13/2019

Operation Care Donation Center

We are out at Rollingwood Estates today until 2pm. Come learn more about our services!

Abuse comes in many forms.  Help us raise awareness for Elder abuse and wear purple on June 15th.
06/13/2019

Abuse comes in many forms. Help us raise awareness for Elder abuse and wear purple on June 15th.

There are so many things we can do to help promote respect and prevent Elder Abuse.
06/12/2019

There are so many things we can do to help promote respect and prevent Elder Abuse.

Congratulations!! Thank you for making the choice to serve your country!We are proud of you!🇺🇲❤
06/11/2019

Congratulations!! Thank you for making the choice to serve your country!
We are proud of you!
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Today, Officer Huggett and Chief Bonini witnessed a young man take his oath to serve in the United States Army.

Chief Bonini gave Skyler a challenge coin from the year Chief Bonini served as the President of the Chief Probation Officers of California as a token of friendship.

The men and women of the Amador County Probation Department wish Skyler all the best!

Protecting Our Community * Changing Lives
#Probation

OpCare will be there!! Hope to see you!!
06/10/2019
Health and Resource Fair

OpCare will be there!! Hope to see you!!

On June 13, don’t miss the community Health and Resource Fair from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Rollingwood Estates Clubhouse, 20 Rollingwood Drive, in Jackson. The event is

Ledger Dispatch
06/09/2019

Ledger Dispatch

Multiple Agencies Join Search for Missing Person David Gordon Johnson

On the morning of Sunday, June 9, 2019, multiple agencies joined the search along the Mokelumne River for missing person David Gordon Johnson. Crews will be searching with dogs and combing the shorelines west of the Highway 49 Bridge.

(LEDGER DISPATCH by Rich Martin)

Original Press Release: (Mokelumne Hill, CA) On June 7, 2019, at about 8:00 PM, the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office received a missing person report out of Sacramento County for 43-year-old David Gordon Johnson. David Johnson was reported to the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, June 5, 2019, as a missing person. Law Enforcement learned of a possible location at Big Bar River Access near the town of Mokelumne Hill in Calaveras County. The California Highway Patrol responded to the area and located his motorcycle parked.

Calaveras County Sheriff's Office responded and searched the area with negative results. Calaveras County Search and Rescue was activated and are expanding the search. Amador County Search and Rescue, Calaveras County Marine Safety Division, and the California Highway Patrol H20 are providing additional resources in an effort to locate the missing person. Additional resources are being requested through OES for ground resources. Search efforts are continuing.

Anybody with information on the whereabouts of David Gordon Johnson is urged to contact the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office at 209-754-6500.

David Gordon Johnson (DOB 12/04/1975)

Valley Sober Living
06/09/2019

Valley Sober Living

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