The Ventura Police Department serves more than 106,000 people. This department employs 127 sworn officers and 42 non-sworn personnel and are considered to be among the most modern agencies in the state of California.
Ventura Police Department
1425 Dowell Drive
Ventura, CA 93003
24-hour Ventura PD bail bonds information: 805-496-2763
The Ventura Police Department offers many programs beyond standard patrols. For example, they have an Alcohol Enforcement Program / ABC Officer, a Responsible Retailer program and provide Crisis Intervention Team services. They also employ SWAT team members, School Resource Officers and a K9 team.
The Department also leads a Neighborhood Watch program, offers Volunteer in Policing opportunities and has a Volunteer Chaplain program. Those wishing to lend their time will need to possess a valid California driver’s license, be in good health, have the ability to allocate 16-hours of time per month and must be at least 21 years of age.
Community involvement is a key component of the Ventura Police Department. By staying connected, the Department is better able to work with residents and local leaders to address issues in a prompt and efficient manner. Their strategic, three-year plan outlines how they plan to augment crime control efforts, enhance team development, maintain safe neighborhoods and increase accountability and efficiency.
If someone you know has been arrested by a member of the Ventura Police Department, they will be taken to the Ventura County Main Jail. Adelante Bail Bonds is available to assist with Ventura bail bonds 24-hours a day, 365-days a year.
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