The Oxnard Peace Officers Association supports a safe and sustainable Oxnard. We want to beautify our… Read More
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Congratulations to our Explorers for a great weekend. Read below.
Congratulations to our Explorers! Who took the following awards while competing in the @rpd_explorers714 Riverside Explorer Competition: 1st Place in Tug-a-War, 2nd Place in Active Shooter, 2nd in the team Obstacle Course, 5th in DUI Investigation. Individual Awards Explorer Lieutenant Tellez took 3rd in the Obstacle Course and Explorer Advisor Officer A. Romero took 1st place for Female Advisor in the Obstacle Course. Congratulations to all Explorers who competed this weekend!! #post9286 #opdexplorers #trophies🏆
Posted on Tuesday, October 04, 2022
The Oxnard Peace Officers Association would like to welcome it's newest officers who graduated from the academy on Friday. Congratulations to Officers Jonathon Teague, Alexia Evangelista, Natalie Everton, Flavio Lopez, Ricardo Garcia, and Jacob Miramontez!
Posted on Sunday, October 02, 2022
Posted on Sunday, September 11, 2022
The Oxnard Peace Officer's Association would like to recognize and remember Constable William E. Kelly. Today marks the 101st anniversary of his death. He gave the ultimate sacrifice to the community of Oxnard. We ask that you take a moment to reflect on his bravery and commitment to our community.
Posted on Saturday, August 20, 2022
Oxnard Peace Officers Association along with Oxnard Police Community Foundation have purchased 45 Jansport backpacks filled with a variety of school supplies. This year we have chosen to donate these supplies to the students of Haycox Elementary School. We understand there are many students in need of assistance and we look forward to donating to more schools in Oxnard in the future. OPOA and OPCF wish all students a safe and successful school year!
Posted on Sunday, August 14, 2022
The Oxnard Peace Officers Association is deeply saddened with the tragic news regarding the loss of Ventura County Supervisor Carmen Ramirez. Supervisor Ramirez served the City of Oxnard as Mayor Pro Tem and was a strong leader within the community. We extend our condolences to Supervisor Ramirez’s family and all those effected by her loss.
Posted on Saturday, August 13, 2022
The Oxnard Peace Officer's Association is deeply saddened with the tragic news regarding the loss of Ventura County Supervisor Carmen Ramirez. Supervisor Ramirez served the City of Oxnard as Mayor Pro Tem and was a strong leader within the community. We extend our condolences to Supervisor Ramirez's family and all those effected by her loss.
Posted on Saturday, August 13, 2022
Congratulations to these talented girls, dedicated coaches, and parents! You had a fantastic run and made all your supporters back home very proud! Such great memories! Great job! Enjoy the rest of your summer! See you next season.
Posted on Monday, August 01, 2022
The Oxnard Peace Officers Association wishes everyone a safe and happy 4th of July.
Posted on Monday, July 04, 2022
#Repost @oxnardpolice Welcome our newest Officer Albert Perez.
Please join us in congratulating the newest Oxnard Police Department Officer Albert Perez, who graduated from Golden West College's Regular Basic Academy yesterday! After the graduation ceremony, Officer Perez's family and friends gathered as Oxnard Police Chief Jason Benites swore him in with Oxnard's official Oath of Office.
Albert was raised here in Oxnard, and is excited to serve the community where he grew up and attended school. He begins the 6-month-long 'Field Training' phase of his law enforcement career next week. Congratulations, Officer Perez!
Posted on Friday, July 01, 2022
Posted on September 14, 2020
In my 27 years with the Oxnard Police Department and nearly two years as the Oxnard Peace Officers’ Association (OPOA) president, I can proudly say that OPOA has been working harder than ever to protect the rights of members, fight for fair wages, benefits and representation, and give back to the great city of Oxnard through charitable contributions and community involvement. Read More
Oxnard Police Department End of Watch: Mar 13, 1996
Officer James Jensen was shot and killed by friendly fire during a high risk warrant service. The agency's tactical team was serving a warrant on a house where three heavily armed drug-ring leaders were believed to be located. Read More
Oxnard Police Department, CA End of Watch: Aug 20, 1921
Marshal Kelly and Sheriff Edward McMartin, of the Ventura County Sheriff's Department, were shot and killed during a shootout with a wanted man. The suspect was later shot and killed in a battle with pursuers. Read More