The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office will have two new divisions under a reorganization announced last week.

The Gender Justice Division and the Advancing Justice Division will consolidate several individual units, District Attorney Pamela Price said in a press release on Friday.

“Gender is often a feature of power dynamics, including the abuse of power, which can lead to assaultive behavior, sexual exploitation and violent confrontations in our communities,” Price said.

The division will include the Anti-Slavery Prosecution Unit, the Sexual Assault Unit, the Family Justice Center, the Victim Witness Division, and the Domestic Violence Prosecution Units, which handles misdemeanor and felony cases, Price said.

The Advancing Justice Division will include the Juvenile Justice Division, Collaborative Courts, the Civil Rights Bureau, and the Consumer Justice Bureau.

Price, the first African American woman to hold the county’s top prosecutor job, is the target of a recall effort alleging that her progressive reform platform was too soft on criminals and led to increasing crime.

She is the first district attorney in the county’s history to face a recall.