Oxnard Police Department

  • Agency: Oxnard Police Department
  • Address: 251 South "C" Street, Oxnard, 93030 CA
  • Chief: Jeri Williams (Chief of Police)
Phone: 805.385.7600

Oxnard Police Department is located at 251 South "C" Street, Oxnard, 93030 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Jeri Williams. The Oxnard Police Department phone number is 805.385.7600.

Oxnard Police Department News

Press Release: Stolen Vehicle Investigation Leads to Multiple Arrests https://www.oxnardpd.org/news-release-stolen-vehicle-investigation-leads-to-multiple-arrests-11-2-2018/

News Release: Strong Arm Robbery Arrest (11/2/18) https://www.oxnardpd.org/news-release-strong-arm-robbery-arrest-11-2-18/

Stolen Vehicle Arrest https://www.oxnardpd.org/news-release-stolen-vehicle-arrest-11-02-2018/

Congratulations Chief Benites & Academy class 93-1 on 25 years of service! Thank you for your dedication and service to our Community.

Two More Arrested in Oxnard Police Department’s #NotThisCar! Campaign https://www.oxnardpd.org/25620-2/

https://www.oxnardpd.org/news-release-10-31-2018/ On October 31, 2018 at approximately 4:53 p.m., patrol officers from the Oxnard Police Department responded to the 600 block of South D Street to assist the Oxnard Fire Department with a male subject refusing to leave a residence on fire. Patrol officers worked with the firefighters to search the residence. The victim was eventually located unresponsive in the attic. He was removed from the residence but had already succumbed to his injuries. Detectives are requesting anyone who might have witnessed the incident to contact Detective Jundef (805) 385-7680. You can also provide valuable information and remain anonymous by calling the Violent Crimes Hotline at (805) 982-7070 or Ventura County Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-8477. You can also visit this site http://www.venturacountycrimestoppers.org to submit a tip via text or email.

Lots of Halloween 🎃 spirit around the station today 👻 We enjoy celebrating holidays together.

Guess who?! Sgt. Holland took a journey back in time. 🤣

News Release: Traffic Education and Enforcement Grant (10/31/18) https://www.oxnardpd.org/news-release-traffic-education-and-enforcement-grant-10-31-18/

Trick-or-Treaters, the Adams Family would like to remind you to...Keep It SPOOKY + SAFE tonight while you trick or treat. 🎃👻 • Make sure you use the cross walk when available & look 👀 both ways. Drivers, take extra care on the roadways and watch out for pedestrians.

Today is the last day of our Real Men Wear Pink of Ventura County campaign. If you would like your very own commemorative 2018 pink Oxnard Police patch to support breast cancer research they are available to the public in our second floor reception area for only $10. Every dollar is donated directly to the American Cancer Society. Only about 50 left so get yours today.

HAPPY 🎃 HALLOWEEN from our #superpup K9Koa! There is a super hero in all of us. We just need the courage to put on the cape! -Superman

Rosepark Neighborhood Council hosted Coffee with a Cop last night in Thompson Park. ☕️ City staff including City Manager enjoyed pan dulce & cafecito. #opdconnecting #cwc

Oxnard Police Department Continues Its Enforcement; #NotThisCar! https://www.oxnardpd.org/oxnard-police-department-continues-its-enforcement-notthiscar/

Halloween Safety Tips from Officer Flores! 🎃

Missing Dependent Adult https://www.oxnardpd.org/news-release-missing-dependent-adult-10-30-2018/

Oxnard School District & Rio School District celebrate #redribbonweek with a safety presentation by our Oxnard Police Department Traffic Unit & school resource officers. Today Motor Officers Wood & Perez, SRO Thompson, & TSA Guerrero visited Sierra Linda & Rio Del Sol school to speak about making smart & safe choices. #opdconnecting #saynotodrugs


Awesome job by our motor officers and Traffic Service Assistants!

CRIME ADVISORY: Kidnapping Scam You answer the phone and you hear screams. The caller claims that they have your loved one and you need to pay a ransom for their safe return. WHAT DO YOU DO? According to the FBI, this scam has been around for at least two decades. Scammers prey on your greatest fear, harm to a loved one, to extract money from you. The Oxnard Police Department wants to provide you with some tips to help you avoid becoming a victim. Also, follow the link to the FBI page to learn more. Possible indicators: 1. Calls do not come from the supposed victim’s phone. 2. Callers try to prevent you from contacting the “kidnapped” victim. 3. Calls include demands for ransom money to be paid via wire transfer to Mexico; ransom amount demands may drop quickly. Consider the following if you receive a call: 1. In most cases, the best course of action is to hang up the phone. 2. Don’t call out your loved one’s name. 3. Try to slow the situation down. 4. Ask questions only the alleged kidnap victim would know. Avoid sharing information about yourself or your family. 5. Attempt to contact the alleged victim via phone, text, or social media, and request that they call back from their cell phone. 6. Don’t agree to pay a ransom, by wire or in person. https://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/virtual-kidnapping

Sundays are for ☕️coffee & friends! Thank you Sea Bridge Community for hosting Coffee with a Cop yesterday with our West District Neighborhood Policing Team.

At around 11:35 p.m., Police and Fire were dispatched to a vehicle rollover injury accident near the intersection of Pleasant Valley Road and Cypress Road. Officers arriving on scene found the white Nissan Sentra upside down in the middle of the roadway, and the driver trapped inside. From the evidence, it appears the driver, who was the sole occupant of the vehicle, was traveling eastbound in the 400 block of East Pleasant Valley Road when he drifted off to the right and collided with a parked Ford F-250 truck. The force of the collision caused the Sentra to become airborne and land upside down on its rooftop. The driver, an adult male in his mid-20's, was uninjured and arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.

Halloween 🎃 Spooktacular 👻 2018! Thank you to our community for joining us yesterday for a night filled with thrills. We enjoyed seeing you dressed up in your costumes & touring our spooky station halls. Thank you to our sponsors who helped make this event possible Tresierras Supermarkets, Phantom Halloween Store- Oxnard, GEM Mortgage Oxnard, Platinum Tow and Transport Inc, Modern Beauty Academy, Costco (Oxnard, CA), Grocery Outlet (Oxnard, CA), Citizens for Better Oxnard, Family’s First VC, and Downtown Oxnard Management District. Special thank you to 805 classic car & bike clubs that helped make truck or treat row a huge success. Stay Tuned for more photos & a special thriller video from our friends Hip Hop Mindset.

We can’t wait to see you today for 🎃 Halloween Spooktacular!! Join us from 4pm- 7pm at the Station for Trick or Treating & lots of family fun!

Happy #caturday! • While working a late night call out this week Detective McManama set down his investigation kit & when he turned around he noticed this kitty had found his way into bag & was ready for a nap! 😂😳 • #opdprotecting #meow