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Be a Good Neighbor- Don’t Use Illegal Fireworks in Oxnard

Be a Good Neighbor- Don’t Use Illegal Fireworks in Oxnard

With the Independence Day Holiday approaching next month, the Oxnard Police & Fire Departments would like to remind the public that ALL FIREWORKS ARE ILLEGAL in the City of Oxnard.  This includes those that are marked “Safe & Sane” and are legally purchased in other cities. Anyone possessing, storing, selling, using, transporting, or handling fireworks […]

The California Contradiction – Protect Us From that Straw

The California Contradiction – Protect Us From that Straw

    By Mel Mann      Imagine a state that passes a law welcoming, coddling and protecting criminals who already have a history of endangering citizens.  Next, imagine a state where the State’s Attorney General warns business leaders they will be prosecuted if they work with or provide information to federal authorities.  Lastly, imagine […]

Oxnard Police Chief advances public safety initiative; public comments on recall; Earth Day this Saturday

Oxnard Police Chief advances public safety initiative; public comments on recall; Earth Day this Saturday

By George Miller On 4-10-18, the Oxnard City Council heard and approved a resolution supporting Reducing Crime and Keeping California Safe Act of 2018 to reverse past loosening of crime classification and penalties; adopted a resolution supporting State Propositions 68 (drought water, park, drought funding. Includes acquiring coastal power plants) and 69 (public transit) in the […]

National Public Safety Telecommunications Week April 8 – 14, 2018 | Honoring Public Safety Dispatchers

National Public Safety Telecommunications Week April 8 – 14, 2018 | Honoring Public Safety Dispatchers

National Public Safety Telecommunications Week is April 8 – 14, 2018, and the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office is honoring the public safety dispatchers who serve as the lifeline between people in need and vital law enforcement services. These public safety dispatchers have dedicated their careers to providing superior service to people who have a need […]

Ventura County Project to Support Reentry Launched to Reduce Recidivism, Improve Public Safety, and Promote Family Stability

Ventura County Project to Support Reentry Launched to Reduce Recidivism, Improve Public Safety, and Promote Family Stability

Ventura County, CA –November 6th – Today, the Ventura County Executive Office, alongside the Ventura County Probation Agency, Interface Children & Family Services, and Social Finance, launched the Ventura County Project to Support Reentry, making it the 20th Pay for Success project launched in the United States. The project will increase access to proven services […]

ICE director plans more neighborhood arrests after California’s ‘sanctuary state’ bill

ICE director plans more neighborhood arrests after California’s ‘sanctuary state’ bill

  BY CHRISTOPHER CADELAGO OCTOBER 06, 2017 2:18 PM . Editor’s note: Well, cities and state were warned. . The Trump administration’s immigration chief warned Friday that his agents will be making more arrests in California neighborhoods and workplaces because Gov. Jerry Brown signed a “sanctuary state” law. Tom Homan, acting director of Immigration and […]

Statement on Support of our Military

Statement on Support of our Military

A strong military is essential to the well-being and safety of the American people.   After years of cuts, the Department of Defense needs the support of Congress and the American people to get the resources they need.   I’m committed to providing our military with the funding they absolutely deserve – we do ourselves […]

Jeff Sessions urges Jerry Brown not to sign ‘sanctuary’ law in California

Jeff Sessions urges Jerry Brown not to sign ‘sanctuary’ law in California

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday singled out California Governor Jerry Brown and urged him not to sign into law a bill that would further restrict local law enforcement cooperation with federal immigration authorities. The legislation was approved by lawmakers over the weekend after the governor helped draft a series of amendments. Mr. Sessions called […]

January 2017 storm preparedness: free sand and sandbags available for city of Ventura residents

January 2017 storm preparedness: free sand and sandbags available for city of Ventura residents

Three separate storms with gusty winds, high surf and the potential for coastal flooding are expected to impact Ventura County late Wednesday, January 18 through Monday, January 23.  City of Ventura residents may pick up free sand and sandbags (while supplies last) at the following City locations (residents are asked to bring their own shovel): […]

Police Violence: Peace Isn’t The Priority

Police Violence: Peace Isn’t The Priority

By Thomas L. Knapp Precisely how did Korryn Gaines die? We don’t know, and probably never will. The Baltimore County, Maryland Police Department admits that one of its officers shot her dead on August 1. In fact, the department admits that the officer shot first and that Gaines then returned fire in self-defense and defense […]

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