Field Services

Special Operations

K-9 Unit


Senior Officer Steve Trickle joined the Oxnard Police Department in 2000, His past experience includes working as an Agent for the United States Border Patrol assigned to the San Diego Sector, Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer and Oxnard Violent Crimes Task Force member. After being promoted to Senior Officer he worked as the District Four Beat Coordinator. In 2008 he was assigned to the K9 Unit as the Coordinator. He and "Cody" have worked together for approximately 4 years. "Cody" is a six year old German Sheppard and is the oldest Canine working for the Oxnard Police Department. Senior Officer Trickle holds a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Grand Canyon University.


Officer Coe joined the Oxnard Police Department in 2003. His prior experience includes working as a Reserve Training Officer and Reserve Police Officer for the Oxnard Police Department. In 2007 he was assigned to the K9 unit. He and "Tommy" worked together for approximately 4 years. "Tommy" is a 6 year old Belgian Malinios who was imported from France. "Tommy" was retired in 2011 and Officer Coe recently assigned "Jake." "Jake" is a two year old Belgian Malinios was imported from Holland. "Jake" is cross trained in patrol and narcotics detection and is the newest Police Service Dog in the K-9 unit.


Officer Caston joined the Oxnard Police Department in 2004. His prior experience includes working as a Reserve Training Officer and for the Oxnard Police Department. Officer Caston is also a current Defensive Tactics Tactics instructor for the Oxnard Police Department. In 2010 he was assigned to the K9 unit. He and “Nick” have worked together for approximately 1 ½ years. “Nick” is a 3 1/2 year old Belgian Malinios who was imported from Mexico City. Officer Caston holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Education for New Mexico State University.


Officer Crenshaw joined the Oxnard Police Department in 2006; His past experience includes working as a Patrol Officer for the Oxnard Police Department. In 2011 he was assigned to the K9 Unit. Officer Crenshaw and "Endy" have worked together for one year. "Endy" is a 2 ½ year old German Shepherd who was imported from Czechoslovakia. “Endy” is cross-trained in narcotics detection and patrol/protection. Officer Crenshaw holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts from California State University Channel Islands.



 

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» District Three
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» District Four
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Special Operations Division

 
 
» Special Operations
  SWAT/Special Enforcement Unit
  K-9 Unit
  Range Unit
 
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