There are 17 Police Departments in Ventura County, California, serving a population of 847,834 people in an area of 1,843 square miles. There is 1 Police Department per 49,872 people, and 1 Police Department per 108 square miles.
In California, Ventura County is ranked 49th of 58 counties in Police Departments per capita, and 17th of 58 counties in Police Departments per square mile.
Find Ventura County, California police departments, precincts, and stations.
California Highway Patrol - Moorpark Area 610 Spring Road Moorpark, CA
California Highway Patrol - Ventura Office 4656 Valentine Road Ventura, CA
California Parks And Recreation Law Enforcement - Channel Coast District 911 San Pedro Street Ventura, CA
California State University-Channel Islands Police Department 1 University Drive Camarillo, CA
Camarillo Police Department 3701 East Las Posas Road Camarillo, CA
Fillmore Police Department 524 Sespe Avenue Fillmore, CA
Ojai Police Department 402 South Ventura Street Ojai, CA
Oxnard Police Department / Oxnard City Jail 251 South C Street Oxnard, CA
Port Hueneme Police Department 250 North Ventura Road Port Hueneme, CA
Santa Paula Police Department 214 South 10th Street Santa Paula, CA
Simi Valley Police Department 3901 Alamo Street Simi Valley, CA
Todd Road Jail 600 Todd Road Santa Paula, CA
Ventura County Community College District Police Department-Moorpark College Police Office 7075 Campus Road Moorpark, CA
Ventura County Community College District Police Department-Oxnard College Police Office 4000 South Rose Avenue Oxnard, CA
Ventura County Community College District Police Department-Ventura College Police Office 4667 Telegraph Road Ventura, CA
Ventura County Community College District- Office Of The Chief Of Police 255 West Stanley Avenue Ventura, CA
Ventura Police Department 1425 Dowell Drive Ventura, CA
Police Departments in Ventura County, CA are law enforcement agencies that are responsible for policing the Ventura County community. Ventura County police promote public safety by preventing crime, stopping crimes in process, criminal investigations, and by providing first response to emergencies.You may contact the Police Department for questions about: