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Justice Training Center’s Academy Class 2016-2 Graduation

Justice Training Center’s Academy Class 2016-2 Graduation

Sheriff Geoff Dean is pleased to announce the graduation of the Ventura County Criminal Justice Training Center’s Academy Class #2016-2.  The graduation ceremony will be held at 1:00 p.m. Thursday, April 6, 2017, at the Oxnard Performing Arts and Convention Center, 800 Hobson Way, Oxnard, California. The recruits have completed 24 weeks of instruction provided […]

Immigration Enforcement Statement from VCLECC

Immigration Enforcement Statement from VCLECC

With the President’s recent immigration orders, local law enforcement leaders have received numerous inquiries about their role in enforcing immigration laws. As law enforcement leaders within Ventura County, we felt it was important to re-emphasize our longstanding practices in this area. To be very clear, Ventura County law enforcement has not historically participated in the […]

Raid Encryption: This Should Be The New Normal

Raid Encryption: This Should Be The New Normal

. By Thomas L. Knapp “When government agents raid Uber’s offices,” Business Insider reports, “the company springs into action with an immediate response: it shuts everything down and encrypts all its computers.” That claim comes from documents filed by former Uber forensic investigator Samuel Ward Spangenberg, who’s suing the company for age discrimination, whistleblower retaliation, […]

On the brutal targeting and assassination of Dallas police officers

On the brutal targeting and assassination of Dallas police officers

Ventura Police Department to participate in Torch Run benefiting Special Olympics

Ventura Police Department to participate in Torch Run benefiting Special Olympics

Terrorism, enclaves & sanctuary cities

Terrorism, enclaves & sanctuary cities

By Michael Cutler, March 31, 2016 How sanctuary cities facilitate the growth of terror enclaves in America. In the wake of the terror attacks in Belgium, news reports once again focused on how so-called “No Go Zones” in Europe create neighborhoods where communities develop that, although are geographically located within major cities, insulate themselves from their […]

Hands Up Don’t Shoot, Oregon Edition

Hands Up Don’t Shoot, Oregon Edition

. . By Thomas L. Knapp “They shot him right there, he was just walking — I saw it,” says Victoria Sharp . “I swear to God, he was just walking with his hands in the air.” She’s describing the January 26 killing of LaVoy Finicum by FBI agents and an Oregon State Police SWAT […]

Inviting Catastrophe Through Our Ports of Entry – The deadly threats to the homeland posed by the legal immigration system

Inviting Catastrophe Through Our Ports of Entry – The deadly threats to the homeland posed by the legal immigration system

By Michael Cutler, November 19, 2015     My commentary for FrontPage Magazine today focuses on how while there has been so much focus on the illegal side of the immigration equation that it is believed that nearly half of all illegal aliens in our country were admitted into the United States through ports of entry […]

Immigration Law Enforcement: A Vital Component Of National Security And Counterterrorism

Immigration Law Enforcement: A Vital Component Of National Security And Counterterrorism

By Michael Cutler, October 12, 2015     Kindly forward this article to as many folks as you can and then ask that those to whom you send this, to forward it along to everyone they can- I am attempting to create a “Bucket Brigade of Truth!” The two recent terror attacks carried out by ISIS have […]

Ventura County Board of Supervisors Approves Todd Road Jail Expansion Funding

Ventura County Board of Supervisors Approves Todd Road Jail Expansion Funding

By Sheryl Hamlin In 2014, the Ventura County Sheriff had applied for a grant to build an extension to the Todd Road Jail located just outside the city limits of Santa Paula, but was turned down due to an application error. Also in 2014, the sheriff hired a consultant to provide a Needs Assessment Analysis […]