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Simi Valley Police educate youngsters on bicycle helmet safety

Simi Valley Police educate youngsters on bicycle helmet safety

The Simi Valley Police Traffic Unit held a bicycle helmet safety presentation with students at Arroyo Elementary School today. Our theme was “It’s Cool To Wear A Helmet”. The students are in the last week of school and are ready to hit the streets for the summer. The Simi Valley Police Department is reminding all […]

Conejo School Board pushes through highly controversial “bathroom bill” regulation

Conejo School Board pushes through highly controversial “bathroom bill” regulation

By Cathy Carlson The May 19th Conejo Valley Unified School District Board meeting Tuesday night in Thousand Oaks was jam-packed with a standing room only crowd.  The board room, which has a posted capacity of 130, had an overflow crowd watching the proceedings on the television in the lobby.  Many in the audience had turned out in […]

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

LAW ENFORCEMENT REMIND MOTORCYCLISTS TO “SURVIVE THE RIDE” ‘Share the Road’ Campaign Aims to Increase Motorcycle Safety Awareness for All Road Users As motorcycle fatalities and injuries have increased in California, story law enforcement and the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) have stepped up their efforts to promote safety and education, discount highlighted by Motorcycle […]

Oxnard PD enforce suspended driver’s licenses in courthouse sting operation

Oxnard PD enforce suspended driver’s licenses in courthouse sting operation

Oxnard PD release stats on Saturday’s DUI checkpoints

Oxnard PD release stats on Saturday’s DUI checkpoints

Oxnard PD: DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint Results

Oxnard PD: DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint Results

Home Christmas Tree Safety Tips from the National Fire Protection Assoc.

Home Christmas Tree Safety Tips from the National Fire Protection Assoc.

. Video: This NFPA/UL video demonstrates the flammability of a dry Christmas tree vs. a tree that has been watered regularly. Facts & figures Between 2007-2011, U.S. fire departments responded to an average of 230 home fires that started with Christmas trees per year. These fires caused an average of 6 deaths, 22 injuries, and […]

Politically Incorrect Zone: The Gun Debate–Make both sides pay

Politically Incorrect Zone: The Gun Debate–Make both sides pay

By Kevin Harris I’m going to take a shot at the light-hearted topic of gun control… but from perhaps a fresh, new perspective. I’m going to challenge BOTH sides of the debate to prove that reducing criminal gun violence and accidental gun deaths are truly their goal – as opposed to gaining money, power and […]

Santa Paula Chief of Police McLean takes on PR Nightmare

Santa Paula Chief of Police McLean takes on PR Nightmare

Editor’s Note: After a Santa Paula reserve police office thoughtlessly posted a video of bicyclists being run over, the internet blew up with outrage.  The quick handling of this PR nightmare by the department’s Police Chief Steve McLean has not only defused the situation but opened a dialogue with the cycling community and law enforcement […]