Close this search box.

Crimes Stats/Public Information

Select Date, Report & Jurisdiction from list and click 'Export Report' button

“In looking at violent crime statistics for 2023, you can see a significant jump in comparison to the previous year.  We did see a noticeable decrease in violent crime during and following the global pandemic.  However, the trend we are seeing now is that incidents involving violent crime have returned to pre-pandemic numbers.  In a county our size, with as little crime as we do have in comparison to other jurisdictions across the nation, a few cases in a calendar year can result in a sizeable spike in crime statistics, evidence of which can be showcased by simply comparing the figures from 2022 to 2023,” said Sheriff Jim Fryhoff.  He continued, “Overall, crime across the board is down, as we had nearly 100 fewer criminal offenses in 2023 than the previous year.  My office will never take our foot off the gas when it comes to reducing crime.  We will continue to focus our efforts on outreach, community engagement, education, and working closely with partners inside and outside of the criminal justice system, which is crucial for effective violence reduction.” 

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) 797-7137

Captain Eduardo Malagon – Fillmore (805) 477-7108

Captain Trina Newman – Ojai (805) 477-7039

Crime Stats