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November 30, 1996 | SHELBY GRAD
Women across Orange County are now able to call a toll-free hotline for domestic violence counseling and information about emergency shelters. The Safe Way Out hotline began operations this week and provides information in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Korean and Chinese. The number is (800) 978-3600. The hotline was created by USC student Shana deFries of San Juan Capistrano while she was working as an intern for Supervisor William G. Steiner.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 30, 1996 | SHELBY GRAD
Women across Orange County are now able to call a toll-free hotline for domestic violence counseling and information about emergency shelters. The Safe Way Out hotline began operations this week and provides information in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Korean and Chinese. The number is (800) 978-3600. The hotline was created by USC student Shana deFries of San Juan Capistrano while she was working as an intern for Supervisor William G. Steiner.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 2, 1994
Code enforcement officials reported a 44% decline in calls to the city's graffiti hot line during the first half of 1994. Officials interpreted the drop as a positive sign their "aggressive program of enforcement, abatement and education" is working. "We are encouraged by the numbers," said Richard LaRochelle, code enforcement supervisor.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 2, 1994
Code enforcement officials reported a 44% decline in calls to the city's graffiti hot line during the first half of 1994. Officials interpreted the drop as a positive sign their "aggressive program of enforcement, abatement and education" is working. "We are encouraged by the numbers," said Richard LaRochelle, code enforcement supervisor.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 7, 1991 | JAMES M. GOMEZ and WENDY PAULSON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A serial rapist who has been stalking young women for the past six months struck again late Tuesday night, sending waves of fear through this beach community and frustrating city and law enforcement officials. "This is going to create hysteria among the citizens of San Clemente," said Rick Anderson, president of the Pier Bowl Merchants' Assn. and owner of the Casa Tropicana bed and breakfast. "It's going to be so much panic." Police Sgt. Richard E.
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