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Ventura County, CA | Academy Class 2021-1 Graduation

Ventura County, CA | Academy Class 2021-1 Graduation

Nature of Incident: Academy Class 2021-1 Graduation Location: New Life Community Church, 1251 North Rice Avenue, Oxnard, California Date & Time: Friday, October 1, 2021 / 1:00 p.m. Unit(s) Responsible: Ventura County Criminal Justice Training Center Sheriff Bill Ayub is pleased to announce the graduation of the Ventura County Criminal Justice Training Center’s Academy Class […]

Ventura County Emergency Preparedness Workshop & Community Feedback Sessions

Ventura County Emergency Preparedness Workshop & Community Feedback Sessions

News Release Nature of Incident: Ventura County Emergency Preparedness Workshop & Community Feedback Sessions Date & Time: September 8, 2021 Unit(s) Responsible: Office of Emergency Services Narrative: The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, together with the Ventura County Executive Office, will be hosting four virtual Emergency Preparedness Workshop & Community Feedback Sessions to share information about […]

VC Deputies Deployed To Caldor Fire Near Lake Tahoe

VC Deputies Deployed To Caldor Fire Near Lake Tahoe

Nature of Incident: Deputies deployed to the Caldor Fire Location: Northern California Unit(s) Responsible: Ventura County Sheriff’s Office – Mutual Aid Narrative:  Sheriff Bill Ayub ordered 27 deputies with equipment and police vehicles to deploy in support of the Caldor Fire on Wednesday. The latest information indicates that the Caldor Fire has reached 199,000 acres […]

Hillcrest Christian Center to move ahead with up to $25 million tax-exempt bond

Hillcrest Christian Center to move ahead with up to $25 million tax-exempt bond

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—The City Council held a public hearing as required by the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 that allows Hillcrest Christian Center, a non-profit private non-denominational Christian schools serving preschool through 12th grade students, to move ahead in seeking a tax-exempt bond up to $25 million for acquisition and improvement of educational […]

Ventura County Sheriff Releases 2019 Crime Statistics

Ventura County Sheriff Releases 2019 Crime Statistics

Sheriff Bill Ayub has released the 2019 crime statistics for all areas served by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office. The report shows a 10% overall reduction in Part I crimes, as defined by the Uniform Crime Reporting Statistics of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. This is part of an ongoing trend of crime reduction that […]

Ventura County Criminal Justice Training Center’s Academy Class #2018-2

Ventura County Criminal Justice Training Center’s Academy Class #2018-2

Sheriff Bill Ayub is pleased to announce the graduation of the Ventura County Criminal Justice Training Center’s Academy Class #2018-2.  The graduation ceremony will be held at 1:00 p.m. Friday, April 5th, 2019. The graduation will take place at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, located at 2100 Thousand Oaks Boulevard, Thousand Oaks, California. The […]

12-7-18 Update on Borderline Bar Shooting Investigation- Sheriff’s Deputy Killed by “Friendly Fire”

12-7-18 Update on Borderline Bar Shooting Investigation- Sheriff’s Deputy Killed by “Friendly Fire”

By George Miller The Sheriff’s office held another press conference today, December 7, to brief on the investigations of the November 7 Borderline Bar & Grill shooting in Thousand Oaks. In addition, a Citizens Journal reporter interviewed Sheriff’s Deputy and Information Officer Sgt. Eric Buschow. The big, bad news is that Sheriff’s Deputy/Sgt. Ron Helus was […]

VC Sheriff’s Office Provides Updates on Borderline Bar Shooting

VC Sheriff’s Office Provides Updates on Borderline Bar Shooting

.   By Tim Pompey The recent mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, in which 28-year-old Newbury Park resident Ian David Long entered the Borderline Bar and Grill and began firing a handgun, was described by Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayub as a scene where “confusion and chaos can only begin to adequately describe the situation.” […]