Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians

Department of Public Safety

Services Provided

Case management and advocacy provided by the Victims Services Coordinator.

General support.

Computer access for legal services and court documents.

Assistance in requesting the removal of any person from Soboba Tribal lands.

Financial assistance with temporary shelter, food, fuel and communication.

Assistance in finding long-term/ transitional housing.

Transportation to emergency housing, court services, and other victim related services.

Necessities such as toiletries and clothing.

Additional Information

Parental Consent Required for persons under 18?

Is this organization tribal affiliated?

Does this organization have a confidentiality policy?

Is this organization a member of a tribal domestic violence or sexual assault coalition?

Does this organization provide traditional healing?

What populations are able to access services?
All Soboba Tribal members and any person within the Soboba Tribal Community

Fees: Free


Walk ins are welcome during business hours.

Please call or email for after-hours non-emergency assistance or to make an appointment with the Victims Services Coordinator.

For after-hours emergency assistance please contact SDPS Dispatch at 951-654-6168.

Located at 23333 Soboba Rd. San Jacinto, CA 92583

(At the old casino/ Department of Public Safety Office)

Soboba Victims Assistance Center

“To provide victim services, support, and aide to the Soboba Tribal Community with Respect, Integrity, Sensitivity and Confidentiality.”


Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm


Contact Us
Phone: 951-654-5544 ext. 4439
For after-hours assistance please contact the Department of Public Safety Dispatch at 951-654-6168


About us
The Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians and the Department of Public Safety have come together to establish the Soboba Victims Assistance Center. A safe place for all victims of crime to feel heard and to receive assistance and support.

We are here to provide victim advocacy, support, resources and guidance to any Soboba Tribal Member, Resident of the Soboba Reservation, and employees of the Soboba Tribal Administration and the Soboba Resort and Casino.

The Victims Assistance Center is funded by an NCAI Victims Grant.


Financial Assistance and Restitution

Emergency Court Services

Safety Planning

Victims Support Partner Agency

In-person assistance with any of these resources is available at the Victims Assistance Center.