Home » Posts tagged with » safety

Ventura County Public Works Agency Appoints New Director Of Roads & Transportation

Ventura County Public Works Agency Appoints New Director Of Roads & Transportation

(VENTURA COUNTY) – Ventura County Public Works Agency (VCPWA) has named retired U.S. Navy’s Civil Engineer Corps’ Chris Kurgan, to the position of Director of Roads & Transportation. In his new role Chris will oversee the building, operating, and maintaining of the public’s billion-dollar investment in the county road system. He will also be responsible for the public transit needs for […]

California Spends The 4th Most On Welfare

California Spends The 4th Most On Welfare

In its first year, the Biden Administration has embarked on an aggressive domestic agenda intended to offer a variety of economic support to lower and middle class Americans. The American Rescue Plan, passed in March, included direct payments to U.S. households, new investments into safety net programs like food stamps and unemployment, and increases to […]

Ventura, CA | Terrorist Threats

Ventura, CA | Terrorist Threats

Incident:  Terrorist Threats Location: Sanjon Rd./ Thompson Blvd Date/Time Occurred: 9/15/21 0800hrs Officer(s) Involved:  Ventura Police Patrol Officers/ School Resource Officers Suspect(s):  Unknown Female Report #:  21-613967 Narrative: On the above-listed date and time, Ventura Police Officers responded to a report of a female suspect following and threatening a juvenile who was walking to school. […]

Operation Clear Track

Operation Clear Track

Nature of Incident: Operation Clear Track Location: Camarillo, Ca Date & Time: September 20th – 26th Unit(s) Responsible: Camarillo Police Department Traffic Bureau Narrative: The Camarillo Police Department joins North American railroad safety effort aimed at reducing preventable deaths and injuries near tracks and trains Camarillo, CA – The Camarillo Police Department is proud to […]

Sign-Ups Underway For Simi YMCAs’ Free “Safety Around Water” Program; Classes Begin Sept. 13

Sign-Ups Underway For Simi YMCAs’ Free “Safety Around Water” Program; Classes Begin Sept. 13

Thousand Oaks, Calif.—The Simi Valley Family YMCA is signing up kids for “Safety Around Water” (SAW). This one-week program will be held September 13 through 17 at the Simi YMCA. SAW is designed to teach children water safety and basic swimming skills. It is offered at no cost to participants and is open to the […]

Ojai Performing Arts Theater Postpones Its Production Of “HARVEY” Until Spring 2022.

Ojai Performing Arts Theater Postpones Its Production Of “HARVEY” Until Spring 2022.

HARVEY to be postponed until the Spring of 2022 due to continued COVID-19 activity in the county. The Ojai Performing Arts Theater wants to be sure the cast, crew, and all audience members are safe before moving forward. (Ojai, CA — August 23, 2021) The Executive Committee of the Ojai Performing Arts Theater Board of Directors […]

As Schools Reopen for In-Person Learning, Simi Valley Police Department Encourages Drivers, Parents and Students to “Go Safely”

As Schools Reopen for In-Person Learning, Simi Valley Police Department Encourages Drivers, Parents and Students to “Go Safely”

Simi Valley, Calif. – As students and staff return to schools for in-person instruction, the Simi Valley Police Department reminds everyone to keep the safety of students in mind when traveling around schools.   This includes stopping for school buses. California law requires drivers to stop when a school bus is in front of them […]

Why Did Traffic Deaths Spike As Drivers Left Roads?

Why Did Traffic Deaths Spike As Drivers Left Roads?

  Peter C. Earle In the weeks after the attacks of September 11, 2001, many thousands of Americans took to the roads and highways in lieu of flight. Some opted to drive because their vacation or business air travel was cancelled; others because they were understandably afraid of subsequent hijackings. Some years later, a group […]

The Ventura Police and Fire Departments Encourage Residents toEnjoy a “Safe and Sane” Fourth of July

The Ventura Police and Fire Departments Encourage Residents toEnjoy a “Safe and Sane” Fourth of July

Ventura, Calif. — There’s a lot more to the Fourth of July than just fireworks. This year when celebrating America’s 245th birthday, Ventura police and fire are encouraging residents to explore safer ways to celebrate, such as finding an outdoor activity, taking a trip to the beach, or hosting a BBQ. “Fireworks are simply too dangerous and […]

Trump Tours Damage From Riots in Kenosha, Promises to Help Businesses Rebuild

Trump Tours Damage From Riots in Kenosha, Promises to Help Businesses Rebuild

BY ZACHARY STIEBER President Donald Trump on Tuesday met with business owners affected by the riots in Kenosha that took place last week in the Wisconsin city, along with law enforcement officials. The president flew to Illinois before being driven across state lines to survey damage inflicted by marauders that began on Aug. 23, hours after the police shooting […]

Page 1 of 9123Next ›Last »