“Community partnerships, outreach, education, teamwork, and having strong relationships with the other public safety agencies, and anyone with an interest in safe communities, is our overarching strategy for reducing crime. We must be ever vigilant and prepared to address the threats that our communities are facing. Fentanyl, organized retail theft, burglary crews, and catalytic converter thefts continue to be the main causes of our property crimes in Ventura County. Our commitment is to partner with all willing stakeholders to prevent crime, identify those involved when crime does occur, work with our District Attorney’s Office to prosecute offenders, and keep Ventura County one of the safest counties in the country.” Sheriff Jim Fryhoff.
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Statement by Sheriff Fryhoff that details our mission, strategy, and vision as well as Sheriff Fryhoff’s Seven Pillars for providing law enforcement services in Ventura County.
Note: Each geographical area in Ventura County is unique, and crime trends vary from city to city. For questions regarding each city’s reported crimes, the following people can be reached directly:
Commander Eric Tennessen – Camarillo (805) 797-7102
Commander Jeremy Paris – Thousand Oaks (805) 797-7105
Captain Darin Hendren – Moorpark (805) 532-2705
Captain Eduardo Malagon – Fillmore (805) 477-7108
Captain Trina Newman – Ojai (805) 477-7039