This action has been disabled due to Governor Newsom signing AB 1455 into law!
Right now, there is an undue burden placed on traumatized survivors of sexual assault to advocate for their own justice. This situation is made even more difficult when the perpetrator is a police officer. Thanks to the unprecedented immunity police officers enjoy in California, there is little chance of a law enforcement perpetrator seeing any real consequences for their abuses of power.
AB 1455 (Wicks) takes the pressure off survivors of sexual assault by extending the statute of limitations, allowing a more realistic time frame for survivors to pursue legal action against their perpetrators.
We told Governor Newsom that this is our chance to undue the burden placed on traumatized survivors of sexual assault and he listened!
P.S. If the information on this page or in the proposed email has been triggering or you’re needing a little extra support right now, the National Sexual Assault Hotline is free, confidential, and available 24/7: 1-800-656-4673.
More information on AB 1455 (Wicks)