Crime/Safety Updates from Camarillo Police

Camarillo police said they will begin posting information such as crimes and safety updates to a private social network aimed at fostering more neighbor-to-neighbor communication.

Police will join on Thursday, 7/31/14.

Neighbors across the country use Nextdoor to share information on neighborhood watch programs and safety issues, local events, school activities, upcoming garage sales, . . . → Read More: Crime/Safety Updates from Camarillo Police

Utilities Related Scam

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Department is cautioning about a scam directed at Southern California Edison Company customers. The primary targets have been small businesses and seniors.

Click Here for Sheriff’s Media Release in PDF format.

Protect Your Property – Farm Watch Feb-Mar 2012

Special Santa Rosa Valley Information Website Excerpt from the Ventura County Sheriff’s


The overall crime rate for this period vs. the same time period last year shows a decrease, however, we continue to have larcenies that include farm equipment and . . . → Read More: Protect Your Property – Farm Watch Feb-Mar 2012

Landscape Equipment Theft

Captain Tim Hagel of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office has put out a request for help in apprehending the culprits that continue to steal landscaping equipment in the Valley. This has been a continuing problem for the last few years and the Sheriff’s Office needs our help. The most recent event occurred on Escollera in . . . → Read More: Landscape Equipment Theft

Agricultural Unit Nabs Burglars

NOTE: Farm Watch is a group of citizens in the rural and agricultural portions of Ventura County that work closely with the Sheriff’s Department to fight crime. The following is from Captain Tim Hagel. ****************************************** What a better way to start 2011 than with Farm Watch …Good News!!!

Today we are sending out a special . . . → Read More: Agricultural Unit Nabs Burglars

Kidnapping & Battery

An armed kidnapping occurred in the eastern portion of the Valley this morning. Many of you were alerted by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department Reverse 911 System. If you were not alerted, or received the alert only on your home telephone and would like to receive these alerts on your mobile devices, please make . . . → Read More: Kidnapping & Battery