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San Joaquin Valley Region

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The web pages currently in English on the EDD website are the official and accurate source for the program information and services the EDD provides. Any discrepancies or differences created in the translation are not binding and have no legal effect for compliance or enforcement purposes. If any questions arise related to the information contained in the translated website, please refer to the English version.

The EDD is unable to guarantee the accuracy of this translation and is therefore not liable for any inaccurate information or changes in the formatting of the pages resulting from the translation application tool.

Forms and publications provided on the EDD website cannot be translated using Google&#; Translate. Some forms and publications are translated by the department in other languages. For those forms, visit the Online Forms and Publications section.

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Sours: https://edd.ca.gov/Jobs_and_Training/Labor-Day/San-Joaquin-Valley-Region.htm

'Complex' EDD fraud investigation underway in San Joaquin County, District Attorney says

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, Calif. — An investigation into unemployment insurance fraud is underway in San Joaquin County, according to the San Joaquin County District Attorney.

In a news release, the district attorney said they authored search warrants for a "complex and ongoing" EDD unemployment fraud and identity theft investigation. 

The investigation has pulled aid from the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office, Manteca Police Department, Stockton Police Department, and investigators from the California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation and from California's Employment Development Department.

After serving the warrant, authorities said they found more evidence of EDD fraud and 18 illegal firearms that were seized as evidence. The investigation is ongoing.

“The San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office Bureau of Investigations have been working to stop unemployment fraud,” said District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar. “EDD is a resource available to help many who have been adversely impacted by the pandemic. In San Joaquin County, organized crime will not be allowed to steal these resources.”

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Sours: https://www.abccom/article/news/crime/edd-alleged-fraud/dffbeedd-bd0d8cda
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San Joaquin County, California

This Google&#; translation feature, provided on the Employment Development Department (EDD) website, is for informational purposes only.

The web pages currently in English on the EDD website are the official and accurate source for the program information and services the EDD provides. Any discrepancies or differences created in the translation are not binding and have no legal effect for compliance or enforcement purposes. If any questions arise related to the information contained in the translated website, please refer to the English version.

The EDD is unable to guarantee the accuracy of this translation and is therefore not liable for any inaccurate information or changes in the formatting of the pages resulting from the translation application tool.

Forms and publications provided on the EDD website cannot be translated using Google&#; Translate. Some forms and publications are translated by the department in other languages. For those forms, visit the Online Forms and Publications section.

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Sours: https://www.labormarketinfo.edd.ca.gov/geography/sanjoaquin-county.html
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San Joaquin County DA cracking down on EDD fraud

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SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, Calif. (KTXL) — The San Joaquin County District Attorney is cracking down on Employment Development Department fraud. 

The district attorney told FOX40 search warrants were carried out Tuesday in several parts of San Joaquin County. In the searches, along with evidence of EDD fraud being uncovered, at least 18 illegal firearms were seized.

The district attorney&#;s office is now working with local, state and federal agencies in order to combat EDD fraud in San Joaquin County — but with such a great force comes an even bigger challenge.

&#;We are outnumbered. There is a significant amount of fraud going on and it was allowed to go on, and now we’re chasing after that fraud,&#; said San Joaquin County District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar.

Verber Salazar told FOX40 that the task force has been tackling cases since this summer.

She would not say how many arrests have been made so far.

&#;And the correlation is with the fraud money accumulate other weapons, other things that can be used to harm our community,&#; Verber Salazar explained.

Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle said the DA’s work is integral.

&#;Our DAs all across the state really have been leading the charge here. They were the first to really raise the alarm about the fraud crisis,&#; said Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris, D-Laguna Beach.

&#;The more the DAs do their work, the more we see how widespread the fraud was,&#; said Assemblyman Jim Patterson, R-Fresno.

Legislation is currently underway that will address the many EDD problems.

&#;We’ve got to close the obvious loopholes, so we need to stop sending Social Security numbers in the mail,&#; Petrie-Norris told FOX

Verber Salazar said the money stolen would have otherwise gone to help many families throughout the county who have been impacted by this pandemic.

She said her office plans to hold people accountable.

&#;We’re working collaboratively with these agencies in order to pursue justice and to restore some of those resources that have been stolen,&#; Verber Salazar said.

Verber Salazar added that the community can also do its part: Make sure to check your credit regularly and if you have been a victim of identity theft, report it right away.

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Sours: https://foxcom/news/local-news/san-joaquin-county-da-cracking-down-on-edd-fraud/

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YOUTH YEARS OLDSTEPS IS HERE!

Get your first paying job! Explore your career options!
Understand the World of Work! Learn how to get the job you want!

You can apply for the Summer Training & Employment Program for Students if you meet the following eligibility requirements:

» You are between the ages of 16 and 21
» You are a student currently enrolled in School Year –
   or for the Fall Semester
» You are covered by an updated IEP, Plan or accommodations plan
   (or can provide other written proof of a disability)

Click here to view & print the STEPS Packet »

JOIN US FOR OUR RAPID RESPONSE LIVE SESSIONS

As part of our Jobseeker services, we are now offering Live Call-in sessions to discuss our Rapid Response program, as well as general EDD information, designed to assist those that have recently been laid off or displaced due to COVID and general business closures. You can register to join our live conference call by visiting our Live Session Registration Page.

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY WORKNET SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

For your safety and the safety of our staff, we are asking clients to access services on-line. Below are direct links to our WorkNet Orientation Video, along with our
"Welcome to WorkNet" client service packet.



Please download the WorkNet Client Packet prior to filling out and submitting.
To do so, right-click on the link below and select "Download linked file as"
Once the form is completed, save the file with your name attached and submit via email to [email protected], and keep a copy for your records.



If you are unable to electronically fill out or print this packet, please call us at () for assistance. You will be contacted within 24 hours to complete the packet over the phone.

RESOURCES & SERVICES FOR BUSINESSES AFFECTED BY COVID

The San Joaquin County WorkNet Business Services team and our partners are here to help the business community in response to the spread of COVID
Our office continues to monitor the situation and adjusting our workshops and resources as needed. Please review our Rapid Response informational sheet for more information.

Rapid Response Web Informational »

Rapid Response COVID Video Informational »

Labor Market Information Quick Links »

EDD SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

As we deal with the disruption of services in San Joaquin County, we strive to continually provide you with essential services by any means available.
Below are useful links to key services provided by EDD of California.
We look forward to reopening as soon as possible.

General UI Information »

UI Checklist »

UI Video »

EDD Rapid Response Informational »

EDD informativo de respuesta rápida »

RESOURCES FOR SMALL BUSINESSES

As we deal with disruption of services on a national level, we also strive to continually provide you with relief services by any means available.
Here you can find information on resources available to small businesses, including help keeping your workforce during the COVID crisis, provided by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources during COVID Crisis »

Information on the Paycheck Protection Program »

Frequently Asked Questions on Paycheck Protection Program »

Let's Get You Back To Work!

If you were recently laid off from your job, we have programs specifically designed for you. We invite you to our Stockton WorkNet Center to attend an orientation that will provide information about available training, EDD Services, re-employment services and much more.

Questions? Call Belinda Petate-Chan at ()

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Stockton Business Resource Guide

10 Steps To Successfully Starting A Business In The City Of Stockton.

Published by the City of Stockton’s Economic Development Department and North-Eastern California Small Business Development Center - San Joaquin Delta College.

Click here to download the guide »

Veteran Services Available Here

San Joaquin County WorkNet and the Economic Development Department are working together to ensure that you are aware of the services and programs that are available to you as a veteran.

Did you know there are programs designed to aid veterans with their employment and job training? Did you know that eligible veterans are entitled to receive priority services in job referrals and in training, as well as many other employment related services? Did you know that veterans with disabilities receive the highest priority in all employment services?

Are you ready to find out more?

Visit the San Joaquin County WorkNet Center in Stockton and let them know you are there to learn more about services available to veterans.

You served your country - now let us serve you!

Come in today to get pre-registered for this workshop and learn more about the services that are available to you!!

Business Resources in San Joaquin County

San Joaquin County Economic Development Association
The San Joaquin County (California) Economic Development Association in cooperation with the Employment and Economic Development Department, Chambers of Commerce and local governments, is a "One-Stop" business resource committed to meeting the needs of development prospects, local businesses and the community. EDA's goal is to encourage and assist business development in San Joaquin County.

www.sjcworknet.org/eda.asp »

San Joaquin County Revolving Loan Fund
Revolving Loan Fund Services offered through the San Joaquin WorkNet's Business Finance Services Division are available to any company located in, or considering expansion in, San Joaquin County and are intended to create or retain jobs.

www.sjcworknet.org/bus-financing.asp »

iHub San Joaquin:
iHub San Joaquin is one of California's newest innovation hubs and is part of a network of innovation hubs in California that are tasked with accelerating economic activity. iHub is linking technology leaders, entrepreneurs, investors, and educational institutions through a variety of programs and services.

Do you have an idea or business plan? iHub can help you refine your ideas and introduce you to potential investors, and provide a forum to introduce your idea or product to the market. Visit their site today to learn more!

www.ihubsj.org »

GreaterSiliconValley.com:
GreaterSiliconValley.com is an online resource for information about business opportunities, growth, and economic development in Greater Silicon Valley—Silicon Valley’s San Joaquin County Extension. Residents, visitors, and businesses can find valuable information here regarding their next visit or permanent move to the Greater Silicon Valley.

www.greatersiliconvalley.com »

EDD's Labor Market Information Division (LMID)

The EDD's Labor Market Information Division (LMID) regularly reports statewide and local employment and unemployment data, economic development and planning information; industry and occupational characteristics, trends, and wage information; and social and demographic information.

LMID data can be used extensively for:

  • Business and financial forecasting.
  • Economic development and human resource planning.
  • Monitoring labor force, industry, and economic trends.
  • Planning and development of training programs.
  • Public services program development and administration.
  • Career exploration.
  • Geographic planning for industry and business expansion
  • Local labor market research.
  • Wage and compensation administration.
  • Occupational skills and qualifications identification.
  • Public policy development.
  • Strategic and long-term planning.
  • Real estate investment evaluation.

For more information, check out www.labormarketinfo.edd.ca.gov »


 

COVID RESOURCES
We understand this is an unprecedented time and San Joaquin County WorkNet is here to help! We have extended our WorkNet Jobseeker and Employer Services online. Employers, Jobseekers, and Small business owners can find additional service information at the link provided below.

Additional COVID Resources »

To get started as a Jobseeker, please review our service announcement.

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San Joaquin County Man Gets Jail Time For EDD Fraud

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (CBS13) — A San Joaquin County man is headed to jail for EDD fraud.

Prosecutors say Charles Carlson and Brandi Meyer stole the identities of 13 people and pilfered $68, in fraudulent EDD benefits.

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Both pled guilty to EDD fraud, felony drug possession, and other charges. Carlson was sentenced to three years in jail and Meyer has not been sentenced.

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Recent data uncovered by CBS13 shows just how widespread unemployment fraud may be in California. It includes more than 30, addresses that appear to have been used to apply for EDD benefits for 10 or more different people.

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The agency says crooks are stealing ID’s through data breaches then applying for unemployment using their names and social security numbers

Sours: https://sacramento.cbslocal.com//10/05/san-joaquin-county-man-gets-jail-edd-fraud/

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