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Ventura Hit and Run now a Fatality – Police hunt for Suspect

Ventura Hit and Run now a Fatality – Police hunt for Suspect

On May 19th the Ventura County Coroner’s Office informed the Ventura Police Department that the female pedestrian that was struck by the hit and run vehicle succumbed to her injuries.  The Ventura Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating the suspect vehicle. The vehicle is described as a white1997-2002 Ford Econline panel […]

18 Years Old Shot in Ventura

18 Years Old Shot in Ventura

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On May 18th at 1:15 AM the Ventura Police Department Command Center was notified of a two shooting victims inside the emergency room at the Ventura County Medical Center. Officers responded and found the victims, both 18-year-old males, suffering from non-life threatening injuries to the legs. The victims were […]

Ventura | Car Crash into Pole – One Dead at Scene

Ventura | Car Crash into Pole – One Dead at Scene

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On May 17th at 1:35 AM, the Ventura Police Command Center received a call of an injury traffic collision that just occurred on Telegraph Rd at Claremont Way. Officers arrived on scene and located a vehicle that collided into a traffic signal pole with five occupants. The investigation revealed […]

Ventura | Pedestrian in Critical Condition after being Hit crossing Thompson Blvd.

Ventura | Pedestrian in Critical Condition after being Hit crossing Thompson Blvd.

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On May 16th at 10:55 PM the Ventura Police Command Center received a call of a hit and run collision that had occurred on Thompson Bl west of Kalorama St. Officers arrived on scene and located an unresponsive female in the roadway being tended to by citizens. The investigation […]

Ventura Police | 2019 Community Academy

Ventura Police | 2019 Community Academy

The Ventura Police Department’s Community Academy is coming! Have you ever wanted to know more about police operations? Not the ‘TV’ version, but the facts? Here’s your chance! The Community Academy will take you on a ride-along with a patrol officer, show you what a SWAT team does, let you experience a simulated firearms training […]

Stabbing in Ventura

Stabbing in Ventura

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On 11/15/18 at 12:34 AM, officers responded to the Ventura County Medical Center, 3291 Loma Vista Road, regarding a stabbing victim in the Emergency Room.  The victim was attacked by several unknown suspects in the area of Olive Street and Bell Way at approximately midnight.  During the attack, the […]

Update on Delayed Mental Health Triage Grant

Update on Delayed Mental Health Triage Grant

By Lori Denman The SB 82 Triage Grant set to create teams of police officers with mental health professionals was to begin last July, yet was put on hold due to funding issues. New information has been stated that explains why this funding has decreased. Meanwhile, Ventura Police Chief Ken Corney is one of the many people […]

Hope on the Horizon for Mentally Ill Homeless

Hope on the Horizon for Mentally Ill Homeless

By Lori Denman-Underhill The subset of the homeless in Ventura and Oxnard who suffer from mental health issues has help arriving on the horizon. There is a triage grant starting this month that was given to Ventura County Behavioral Health (VCBH), who then approached the Ventura and Oxnard Sheriff Departments to team up a full-time […]

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo Responsibly | Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving!

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo Responsibly | Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving!

Ventura Police Department | In the United States, the Cinco de Mayo holiday is often associated with parties and alcohol. If you’re celebrating this weekend, remember that at the end of the night, you need to have a safe and sober ride home. Police, Sheriff and the CHP throughout California will be out in force looking […]

Challenges Remain | Ten Years of Hands-Free Law

Challenges Remain | Ten Years of Hands-Free Law

Drivers are using their cell phones less often while driving, 10 years after “hands-free” became the law, but distracted driving remains a serious safety challenge in California. Observing April as Distracted Driving Awareness Month and the first week in April as California Teen Safe Driving Week, safety advocates will focus on education and enforcement efforts […]

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