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New Jail Dogs Placed for Training

New Jail Dogs Placed for Training

The FAB 4! These four shelter dogs have been placed in the R.U.F.F. Road (Rehabilitation Utilizing Furry Friends) Therapy dog training program at the Todd Road Jail. They will be training with their new inmate handlers for the next 4 months; then they will be ready for adoption to the public for those interested in […]

Adoption Time for K9’s from Todd Road Jail Program — It’s been a R.U.F.F. Road

Adoption Time for  K9’s from Todd Road Jail Program — It’s been a R.U.F.F. Road

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office Detention Services Division is proud to announce the first graduating class of the R.U.F.F. Road (Rehabilitation Utilizing Furry Friends) interactive inmate obedience-training program for dogs. Our dogs Chance, Buddy, Brando, and Lipit are ready for adoption. Each dog completed 14 weeks of training, which ended with an obedience test certifying […]

Grand Jury Report: Bad News for Santa Paula, Oxnard and Port Hueneme

Grand Jury Report: Bad News for Santa Paula, Oxnard and Port Hueneme

By Sheryl Hamlin On June 1, 2015, the Ventura County Grand Jury issued a required report covering county detention facilities. The report is entitled Detention Facilities and Related Law Enforcement Issues. The impetus for the report is described in the introduction: Following a mandate of the California State Penal Code, the 2014-2015 Ventura County Grand […]