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The Oxnard Police Department makes a number of commonly requested documents available on its Website. Below is a compiled list of these documents along with links to related pages.
Crime Prevention Documents & Publications
|»||Combat Auto Theft||»||Crime Free Business Flyer|
|»||Fraud and Identity Theft Guide||»||Fraude y Robo de Identidad|
|»||Home Security Tips||»||Make Robbery Risky|
|»||Negocios Libres de Crimen||»||Seguirdad en Casa|
|»||Shoplifting and Internal Theft Prevention|
- 10 tips for ride-alongs
- Communications Center Sit-Along Application
This is the form that must be completed by persons who wish to sit-along with an Oxnard Police-Fire Dispatcher. The ability to enter the Communications Center is not open to the public. Communications sit-along observers should be related to a legitimate law-enforcement purpose, such as being a potential dispatcher candidate, lateral transfer, administration of justice student, or selected persons interested or active in community affairs
- Patrol Division Ride-Along Application
This is the form that must be completed by persons who wish to ride along with an Oxnard police officer on patrol. The ability to accompany a police officer on patrol is not open to the public. Ride-along observers should be related to a legitimate law-enforcement purpose, such as being a potential police officer candidate, lateral transfer, administration of justice student, or selected persons interested or active in community affairs.
Fireworks Documents & Publications
- Fireworks Flyer
- Fireworks Flyer – Español
- Fireworks in Oxnard: It’s a Thousand Bucks a Pop!
All fireworks in Oxnard are against the law. Our full-color fireworks prevention posters are available in English and Spanish and are suitable for printing on regular paper. Neighborhood flyers in English and Spanish are also available.
- Fireworks Ordinance
Other Documents & Publications
- Complaint & Commendation Form
Report exceptional or questionable conduct of Oxnard Police Department employees. You can also complete the online form here.Police Storefront locations with Complaint & Commendation forms are located at the following locations:
- 365 East Esplanade Drive #201, Oxnard
- 1601 South Victoria Avenue #107, Oxnard
- 2687 South C Street, Oxnard
- 211 North Grant Avenue, Oxnard
- 1653 Pacific Avenue #312, Oxnard
- 5300 South J Street (Club Pacifica Apartments), Oxnard
- 300 West Clara Street, Oxnard
Public Library locations with Complaint & Commendation forms are located at the following locations:
- 251 South A Street, Oxnard
- 1500 Camino Del Sol #26, Oxnard
- 4300 Saviers Road, Oxnard
- 2008 Annual Report
- Changes in Security for Public Dances and Live Entertainment Announced
If you own a business licensed for dancing or if you sell alcohol or allow the consumption of alcohol and offer live entertainment, significant changes to your security requirements took effect on November 24, 2011. Here is a quick look at the changes adopted by Oxnard City Council in Ordinance No. 2850.
- Emergency Access Control Ordinance
Oxnard Ordinance No. 2666 relating to electronic or electric access gate controls for emergency services personnel.
- Emergency Supplies
Some tips in English and Spanish on what to stock for emergency supplies.
- How a Roundabout Works
- Newsrack Ordinance
Oxnard Ordinance No. 2341: A comprehensive set of regulations applicable to newsracks in the public right-of-way. Part 1. Chapter 19, Article VI, Section 19-61.1 to Section 19-61.8 of the Oxnard City Code.
- Oxnard Chiefs of Police: 1903-Present
- Oxnard Municipal Code Book
The Oxnard City Council has approved the newly formatted Oxnard Municipal Code Book and it will be the official Municipal Code as of August 26, 2005. In addition, it is now available on-line and reflects current through Ordinance No. 2660, passed on June 22, 2004. The next supplement will be updated within a few weeks, and will then reflect current ordinances through July 1, 2005. To access the Municipal Code, simply click on the link provided above. Due to the new formatting, you will find a cross-reference of the former Code numbers and the new numbers in the index. We hope you find this a valuable tool. If you should have questions, please contact our City Clerk’s office at 385-7803.
- Oxnard Police Department CCTV Standards Guidelines Recommendations
The purpose of these conditions and guidelines is to increase the likelihood that images recovered from CCTV systems are sufficient to enable the identification of people and objects of interest by law enforcement.
- Private Security Uniforms Now Regulated
Oxnard’s new ordinance regulating private security officer uniforms goes into effect November 14, 2009. Read Ordinance 2813
- Security Alarm Permit
Required for all security alarm systems installed within the City of Oxnard.
- Security, Fire, and Wireless Alarm Code
Review the unabridged fire, security, and wireless alarm code of the city of Oxnard adopted July 4, 2002.
- STOP Process
This flow chart and brochure shows the process involved in dealing with children in the Student Truancy Offender Program (STOP).
- Terrorism – Preparing for the Unexpected
A guide on what you can do to prepare.
- Tsunami Brochure
This is a brochure that the City’s Public Information Office and the Disaster Preparedness Division have created to inform the general public about TSUNAMI – HOW TO PREPARE, REACT AND SURVIVE. It addresses myths associated with tsunami, means of identifying an impending threat, evacuation routes, notification methods, etc.