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Attorney General of Virginia

Programs & Community Outreach

Attorney General Mark Herring aims to ensure that the citizens of the Commonwealth have access to all of the resources and services of the Office of the Attorney General (OAG). To that end, he has created a centralized team to ensure that all of the resources of the office are afforded to Virginia communities. This team is located in the Executive Division to emphasize a focus on serving all of Virginia‚Äôs citizens. OAG Programs include the following: Virginia Rules, Domestic Violence Services, Victim Assistance, Identity Theft Passport Program, Gang Prevention, Human Trafficking training, the Address Confidentiality Program, Re-Entry coordination for local jails, Lethality Assessment Protocol Assistance and Triad.

Community Outreach Coordinators have been placed in each region of throughout the Commonwealth to provide information about initiatives and resources of the Office of the Attorney General to communities and to link constituents with program resources. Coordinators are available to work with or present to school groups, homeowners associations, civic groups, organizations for seniors, law enforcement, human services providers, and others on crime prevention and OAG programs. Outreach Coordinators also represent the Office of the Attorney General on a variety of task forces and work groups within their region.




Shannon Freeman

Director of Programs & Community Outreach

Office of the Attorney General
202 North Ninth Street
Richmond, VA 23219