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The California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board Rules and Regulations (California Code of Regulations, Title 2, Division 2, Chapter 1) are maintained on the internet by the California Office of Administrative Law.
To find the VCGCB’s regulations:
- click California Office of Administrative Law On-line Regulation
- click “Agency List for CCR”
- click “VICTIM COMPENSATION AND GOVERNMENT CLAIMS BOARD”
- click “Title 2: §§ 600-897.8”
- click the “+” to display the regulations
To find a specific regulatory section, use the California Office of Administrative Law Regulation Search Engine.
Regulations Effective April 1, 2013
Current and Prior Regulations
- Current CalVCP Regulations (effective June 28, 2012)
- 2011 CalVCP Regulations (effective November 5, 2011)
- 2011 CalVCP Regulations (effective July 5, 2011)
- 2011 CalVCP Regulations (effective February 5, 2011)
- 2009 CalVCP Regulations (effective July 12, 2009)
- 2007 CalVCP Regulations
- 2005 CalVCP Regulations (revised September 9, 2005)
- 2004 CalVCP Regulations (revised February 18, 2004)
- 2003 CalVCP Regulations (revised February 6, 2003)
- 2000 CalVCP Regulations (revised January 27, 2000)
- 1989 CalVCP Regulations (effective October 16, 1989)
- 1984 CalVCP Regulations (effective November 14, 1984)
CalVCP Hearing Procedures Regulations
Claims of Persons Erroneously Convicted of Felonies (PC 4900) Regulations
Medical and Mental Health
- Mental Health Guidelines as Filed with the Secretary of State 4-1-11
- Mental Health Rates for Reimbursement as Filed with the Secretary of State 4-1-11
- Rates and Service Limitations for Alternate Treatments as Filed with the Secretary of State 10-28-10
- Mental Health Guidelines as Filed with the Secretary of State 2-3-09
We value your input! VCGCB is undertaking a comprehensive review of its existing regulations. Your input will help VCGCB to understand the challenges faced by victims and other stakeholders in our program areas, and to decide whether regulations or other actions are necessary.
If you would like to provide input regarding current or proposed regulations, please e-mail email@example.com. We anticipate a large volume of input through this web page and cannot respond to individual comments received, but please know that we appreciate your time and efforts.