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Simi Valley PD Part I Crime Statistics for 2018

Simi Valley PD Part I Crime Statistics for 2018

The Simi Valley Police Department has released its Part I Crime Statistics for 2018 (Attached). Part I crimes include Homicide, Rape, Robbery, Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Larceny Theft, Auto Theft, and Arson. Overall, there was a 15.29 percent drop in Part I crimes for 2018. Over the past three years, there had been slight increases in […]

Open Enrollment For The Simi Valley Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) Academy

Open Enrollment For The Simi Valley Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) Academy

Open Enrollment For The Simi Valley COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING (CERT) ACADEMY Is Going On Right Now The Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) Academy is a great way to learn how to become better prepared for earthquakes, brush fires, and all kinds of other emergencies. The goal of CERT is to provide residents with the […]

Fillmore Resident Arrested | Suspected of Arson

Fillmore Resident Arrested | Suspected of Arson

Ventura County Sheriff Department – Incident Press Release On March 2nd, Sheriff’s deputies and detectives from the Fillmore Police Department identified  and arrested 32-year old Eric Manzano  after determining he was responsible for setting at least  one fire in the city of Fillmore. During the last three months, the city of Fillmore has experienced a […]

Simi Valley | Property Crime Detectives Arrest SoCal Theft Suspect

Simi Valley | Property Crime Detectives Arrest SoCal Theft Suspect

Simi Valley Police Department – Incident Press Release The appropriate section for Conspiracy is 182(a)(1) PC.   Original Release Below:   Over the course of the last two months, the Simi Valley Police Department’s Property Crime Detectives, along with Loss Prevention Agents, began investigating a series of thefts from clothing stores. During this timeframe a female suspect, […]

Social Media and Community Involvement Solves Simi Valley Hit and Run

Social Media and Community Involvement Solves Simi Valley Hit and Run

Simi Valley Police Department – Incident Press Release On 2/7/19, at about 3:52 PM, Simi Valley Police officers responded to a felony Hit and Run investigation involving a vehicle vs. pedestrian in the area of Madera Rd. and Easy St. The pedestrian had only minor injuries, but the driver failed to render aid and fled […]

Moorpark Resident Arrested for Possession of a Variety of Weapons

Moorpark Resident Arrested for Possession of a Variety of Weapons

Ventura County Sheriff Department – Incident Press Release On 2/15/2019, patrol deputies from the Moorpark Police Station responded to a residence in the area of Collins Drive and Arroyo Drive in the City of Moorpark to check the well-being of an elderly female. While inside of the residence, deputies noticed an assault rifle in plain […]

UPDATE: Simi Valley | Workplace Shooting at Port to Port Import/Export

UPDATE: Simi Valley | Workplace Shooting at Port to Port Import/Export

Simi Valley Police Department – Incident Press Release ***UPDATE*** On February 26, 2019 at about 3:00 PM, the Simi Valley Police Department responded to the 3900 block of Heritage Oak Court in reference fight between two subjects, one of which reportedly had a handgun. Upon further investigation, it was discovered that during a fight between […]

HEADS UP! April Is Earthquake Preparedness Month in California – Be Prepared When The Next Earthquake Strikes

HEADS UP! April Is Earthquake Preparedness Month in California – Be Prepared When The Next Earthquake Strikes

City of Simi Valley Office of Emergency Services would like to give residents an “Early Warning” that April is Earthquake Preparedness Month. Why the month of April? It was April 18, 1906 when the historic 8.3 magnitude earthquake struck San Francisco. The earthquake was the most-destructive in California’s history. California remains vulnerable to a massive […]

Community Message: Your Identity Belongs to You and No One Else

Community Message: Your Identity Belongs to You and No One Else

With the New Year, it’s time for new habits. Let’s take steps to protect you from identity theft. Identity theft is when someone steals your personal information to commit fraud. By using your identity, thieves can apply for credit, file taxes, and receive medical services all under your name.  Take steps to protect yourself from […]

Homeless Person Victim in Fatal Traffic Collision

Homeless Person Victim in Fatal Traffic Collision

Simi Valley Police Department – Incident Press Release UPDATE | Further investigation revealed the male subject killed in the traffic collision was 47-year-old, Gerald Munyon Jr. Munyon was homeless and resided in Simi Valley for several years. On February 22, 2019, at approximately 6:10 AM, the Simi Valley Police Department responded to the rear alley […]