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Camarillo | Click It or Ticket

Camarillo | Click It or Ticket

Ventura County, Ca. – From May 20 to June 2, the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office will have additional officers on patrol looking for drivers and passengers who are not buckled up, including drivers who do not secure children in child safety seats. The enforcement effort is part of the national Click It or Ticket campaign […]

New California Wildfire Safety and Preparedness Campaign Aims to Prepare Californians for Potential Wildfires

New California Wildfire Safety and Preparedness Campaign Aims to Prepare Californians for Potential Wildfires

The California Fire Foundation, in partnership with Edison International, parent company of Southern California Edison, has launched a statewide Wildfire Safety and Preparedness public education campaign to better inform residents on key steps and precautions to take in preparing for potential wildfires. The campaign, with materials available in English and Spanish, is part of the […]

The great California shake out | Earthquake Safety

The great California shake out | Earthquake Safety

Millions of people worldwide will practice how to Drop, Cover, and Hold On on October 17* during Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills. 2019 is the 12th ShakeOut, which began in southern California in 2008. Participating is a great way for your family or organization to be prepared to survive and recover quickly from big earthquakes– wherever you live, work, or travel. […]

Be Safe… BE Prepared! | Safety Fair May 18

Be Safe… BE Prepared! | Safety Fair May 18

Join Jacqui Irwin and the City of Thousand Oaks when they hold a Safety Fair on the lawn of the Civic Arts Plaza. Booths, Touch-a-Truck Safety Vehicles, Mounted Patrol, K9s, Miniature Therapy Horses, Demonstrations and more. If you are attending any of the Safety Fair Speaker Series Workshops, presented in the meeting rooms, fountain level, […]

California: Anti-Gun Bills Scheduled for Hearing in Assembly Public Safety Committee

California: Anti-Gun Bills Scheduled for Hearing in Assembly Public Safety Committee

On Tuesday, March 12, the Assembly Public Safety Committee is scheduled to hear anti-gun bills AB 12, AB 276 and AJR 5.   Please use our TAKE ACTION button below to contact the members of the Assembly Public Safety Committee urging them to OPPOSE AB 12, AB 276, and AJR 5.   Assembly Bill 12, […]

EXCLUSIVE: Just How Dangerous Is The Border? Locals Share Their Stories

EXCLUSIVE: Just How Dangerous Is The Border? Locals Share Their Stories

Jason Hopkins and Molly Prince | Contributor    In a conversation with residents who live near the U.S.-Mexican border, one thing is made clear: There is a national emergency taking place at the border. The Daily Caller News Foundation spoke exclusively with Arizona rancher Jim Chilton, who says the border isn’t safe or secure. […]

Ventura Police Reminds Drivers & Passengers to Buckle Up

Ventura Police Reminds Drivers & Passengers to Buckle Up

This Thanksgiving, the Ventura Police Department is joining the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) to remind people how important it is to wear a seat belt, and the potentially deadly consequences of not buckling up. Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel times of the year. According to AAA, 48.5 million people will hit […]

City of Ventura Improves Safety and Access at Five Points Intersection: Drivers Be Alert and Share the Road

City of Ventura Improves Safety and Access at Five Points Intersection: Drivers Be Alert and Share the Road

New signalized crossings, traffic striping, and pedestrian-activated flashing beacon crossings have been installed at the Five Points intersection in Midtown to improve safety and access through this intersection located at Thompson Boulevard, Main Street and Telegraph Road. Drivers are advised to take proper safety precautions, yield to pedestrians and bicyclists in the right-of-way and share […]

Share the Road: Highlighting Traffic Safety Efforts for Pedestrians

Share the Road: Highlighting Traffic Safety Efforts for Pedestrians

Ventura County, CA – Sept. 1 marked the beginning of Pedestrian Safety Month, with the goal to reduce the numbers of pedestrians being killed and injured on California roadways. The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, as well state agencies, community partners and law enforcement agencies throughout the state are urging and drivers alike to be aware […]

Ventura Police Chief Aims to Take Action Against Vagrancy

Ventura Police Chief Aims to Take Action Against Vagrancy

By Lori Denman Ventura Police Chief Ken Corney commented on safety measures that have been taken by the police department in response to community outcry following the murder of Anthony Mele. Corney announced the department’s efforts and goals during the Ventura City Council meeting on July 23. Council approved numerous requests by Corney that was documented […]