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Jeremy Paris
Commander
TO Chief of Police
805-797-7105

Station Address:

2101 E. Olsen Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
805-494-8256

Volunteer Coordinator:

Elizabeth Garnier
elizabeth.garnier@ventura.org
805-371-8398

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Thousand Oaks Station

The City of Thousand Oaks has contracted with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office for police services since 1964. The East County Police Services and the Thousand Oaks Police Department share a facility that was built in 1988. The facility encompasses 58,000 square feet of space on 11 beautiful acres of land in the northeastern part of the city. The Police Department is a full service provider to the citizens of Thousand Oaks.

In addition to the city of the Thousand Oaks, our East County Station also provides police services to the unincorporated areas such as Lynn Ranch, Casa Conejo, Kelley Estates, Hidden Valley, Oak Park, and Bell Canyon.

Over the years, the Thousand Oaks Police Department has experienced changes in its location, size, policies and personnel. What has not changed is the Police Department’s commitment to providing the best possible police services to the citizens of Thousand Oaks. As long as the cops, community and city (the 3 C’s) work together in a proactive partnership to prevent crime and disorder, Thousand Oaks will remain one of the safest cities to live and work in the United States.

Proof of this partnership is evidenced through the vibrant ranks of Volunteers in Policing (VIPs), Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART), Search and Rescue, and Explorers who all donate their time, energy and expertise in keeping our community safe.

If you would like to stay connected, you are encouraged to sign up for the Thousand Oaks Police Department’s Nixle and Twitter accounts for up-to-the-moment news about your police department and community. The Police Department is also a supporter of Nextdoor, an online neighborhood watch program. Learn more at nextdoor.com

Community programs and opportunities with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office currently include:

Trina Newman
Captain
Ojai Chief of Police
805-646-1414

Station Address:

402 S. Ventura Street
Ojai, CA 93023
805-646-1414

Volunteer Coordinator:

Sergeant Scott Reeder
scott.reeder@ventura.org
805-646-1414

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Ojai Station

The Ojai Station provides full-service policing to the approximately 30,000 residents residing in the Ojai Valley. Included in this population is the City of Ojai which contracts with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office for police services.

Personnel assigned to the Ojai Station are proactively engaged in community policing and have a familiarity with the area that is unique to Ojai.  Deputies employ a variety of policing strategies to prevent crime, apprehend offenders, and improve police-community partnerships and effective two-way communication.  They can often be seen patrolling city streets on bicycles or walking the business district and community park on foot, engaging with residents and merchants.  Ojai Police use social media such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Nixle to keep the community informed about public safety concerns and other community events.  Additionally, the Ojai Valley area enjoys a high degree of volunteerism and the Ojai Police also utilize Volunteers in Policing to support efforts toward serving the community.

To learn more about programs in your community or to become involved as a volunteer, click on the following links:

Darin Hendren
Captain
Moorpark Chief of Police
805-532-2705

Station Address:

610 Spring Road
Moorpark, CA 93021
(805) 532-2700

Volunteer Coordinator:

Jane Mineo
jane.mineo@ventura.org
805-532-2707

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Moorpark Station

The staff at the Moorpark patrol station believe that as important as it is for neighborhoods to be free from the fear of crime, it is also important to actually be free from crime. In partnership with our residents and business owners in the communities we serve, our deputies and professional staff make every effort to maintain safe neighborhoods in the city and unincorporated areas we patrol. We keep our crime rates low through dedication to duty and establishing community partnerships. The entire staff at the Moorpark station make it their mission to hold those accountable who victimize their fellow residents.  They do this by never losing sight of keeping the victim at the forefront of everything they do through engagement and offering of resources and assistance.

The Moorpark station has four divisions: Administration, Investigations, Patrol, and Traffic.

The Administration Division is made up of a Sheriff’s Captain who serves as the Chief of Police for the City of Moorpark as well as the commanding officer for the county areas served by the station. A Sergeant serves as the Assistant Chief of Police. A Senior Deputy is assigned to crime prevention and community services. Three professional staff members support the station with administrative functions such as payroll, timekeeping, and records requests. The Volunteers in Policing program is also managed by our Administration Division.

The Investigations Division is led by a Detective Sergeant. Two detectives, two Special Enforcement Deputies, a School Resource Officer, and an Investigator are assigned full time to this division for case follow-up as well as to conduct proactive policing.  The School Resource Officer also supervises the Explorer program.

The Traffic Division consists of two motorcycle officers, one of which serves as the unit’s supervisor. A Deputy is also assigned to the unit as a DUI enforcement officer. Three Cadets round out the unit and are responsible for parking enforcement, report writing, and other station duties.

The largest division at the Moorpark station is Patrol. Four Sergeants and twenty-five Deputies provide 24/7 patrol coverage to the City of Moorpark as well as the unincorporated areas of Moorpark, Simi Valley, and the Santa Rosa Valley.

The men and women of the Moorpark Police Department continually strive to strengthen the bonds with the communities we serve, and work together to stamp out crime in a collaborative and effective manner. We engage with our community through social media sites such as Nextdoor and Twitter, and we assist our community through programs such as the Etch and Catch Catalytic Converter Anti-Theft Program and the Cognitive Impairment Registration Program. We greatly appreciate the unwavering support and appreciation from our community for the hard work done by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office / Moorpark Police Department staff. We are here to serve and embody our station motto of One Crime or One Victim is One too Many.

The Moorpark Police Department is located at 610 Spring Road, and our phone number is   (805) 532-2700.

Community programs and opportunities with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office currently include:

Eduardo Malagon
Captain
Fillmore Chief of Police
805-524-2234

Station Address:

524 Sespe Avenue
Fillmore, CA 93015
805-524-2234

Volunteer Coordinator:

Sergeant William Meixner
william.meixner@ventura.org
805-477-7017

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Fillmore Station

The Fillmore Station has proudly served the citizens of Fillmore since 1987 and is also responsible for covering approximately 450 square miles of the Santa Clara Valley, serving the unincorporated communities of Piru, Bardsdale, Rancho Sespe, Santa Paula, and Upper Ojai.

Comprised of patrol personnel, professional staff, and an investigative unit, the Fillmore Station is committed to enforcing the law and keeping the peace while responding to public concerns in a manner that builds confidence in our agency and strengthens relationships with our community.  We have two full-time School Resource Officers assigned to the Fillmore Unified School District, designed to collaborate with the school faculty and safeguard the students attending our schools.  Additionally, our station is supported by the robust resources of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office and many of our deputies have ancillary assignments throughout the agency that strengthen our capabilities.

The Fillmore Station diligently employs proactive and preventative police tactics, and we are guided by an evidence-based approach to combating crime.  Our station is committed to keeping our residents informed and we strive to strengthen the partnerships with those we serve by regularly participating in community-based functions and programs, all while maintaining transparency.

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Fillmore phone number: 805-524-2234

Volunteer Coordinator: Sergeant William Meixner- 805-477-7017

Administrative Sergeant/Beat Coordinator: Sergeant William Hollowell- 805-477-7010

Denise Sliva
Commander
HQ Chief of Police
805-654-2316

Station Address:

800 S. Victoria Ave.
Ventura, CA 93003
805-654-2890

Volunteer Coordinator:

Vacant

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Headquarters (Ventura)

The West County Police Services/ Headquarters Station serves the communities of Saticoy, El Rio, Nyeland Acres, Montalvo, Silver Strand Beach, Hollywood Beach and the La Conchita Beach areas. It also serves the unincorporated areas surrounding the cities of Oxnard and Ventura. The station serves approximately 17,500 residents and patrols approximately 80.5 square miles.

There are a total of 29 sworn and five civilian support staff assigned to the station.  Each patrol shift consists of a minimum of three deputies and one sergeant as the acting supervisor. During the week, there is also a school resource officer who handles any incidents that occur at Rio Mesa High School and Rio Del Valle Middle School.

The Headquarters Station has a liaison deputy assigned to each of the communities previously listed. They regularly attend monthly community council, municipal advisory committee and board meetings in an effort to assist residents with problems that arise in that specific area.

The Headquarters Station has an active Explorer program. The program is associated with the Boy Scouts of America. There are currently 13 youth who are involved with the station’s post. Two deputies assigned to the station serve as youth advisors.

The West County Special Enforcement Unit is also located at the Headquarters Station. The unit serves many communities in West County with specialized investigations. The unit consists of eight sworn and one civilian support staff.

Community programs and opportunities with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office currently include:

Eric Tennessen
Commander
Camarillo Chief of Police
805-388-5102

Station Address:

3701 East Las Posas Road
Camarillo, CA 93010
(805) 654-9511

Volunteer Coordinator:

SST Todd Eskridge
todd.eskridge@ventura.org
805-388-5129

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Camarillo Station

In 1995, the Camarillo Police Department moved to its current location at 3701 E. Las Posas Road. The city now encompasses 20 square miles, has a population of more than 66,000, and has a sworn force of 55. In addition to providing round the clock patrol for the City, the Police Department has a Community Resource Unit, Traffic Unit, Investigations Unit and a Special Enforcement Unit.  The Police Department provides homeless outreach through its Project HOPE program, partnering with Ventura County Behavioral Health and the City of Camarillo.

The Camarillo Station is also home to the deputies that patrol the unincorporated areas in and around Camarillo. The twenty-one sworn members assigned to the County area are responsible for responding to calls for service in a 136 square mile area, from Somis to Malibu.