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Since its founding, the Oxnard POA has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to charitable organizations who, like us, are committed to making our city a better place to live. Help us give back by donating today.

Rick Marquez

Message from the President

Rick Marquez

Welcome to the Oxnard Peace Officers’ Association Website

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 Peace Officers' Foundation

Oxnard Peace Officers' Foundation

The Oxnard Peace Officers Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization. It was created to help assist officers and their families in times of need as well as further grow and promote the relationships between officers and the community members of the City of Oxnard.

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Tribute to Fallen Officers

K9 Rudy

K9 K9 Rudy

Oxnard Police Department End of Watch: Apr 19, 2002

K9 Rudy was stabbed to death while apprehending a suspect who fled on foot during a traffic stop. Read More

James Rex Jensen, Jr.

Police Officer II James Rex Jensen, Jr.

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

James Edward O’Brien

Detective James Edward O’Brien

Oxnard Police Department, CA End of Watch: Dec 02, 1993

Detective James O'Brien was shot and killed by a man who had shot seven people, killing three of them, during a shooting spree at an unemployment office. Read More

John Arthur Adair

Officer John Arthur Adair

Oxnard Police Department, CA End of Watch: Oct 07, 1980

Officer Adair was shot and killed while responding to a domestic dispute. Despite being mortally wounded, Officer Adair, and his partner, were able to return fire and killed the suspect. Read More

Frederick John Clark

Officer Frederick John Clark

Oxnard Police Department, CA End of Watch: Oct 12, 1971

Officer Clark was shot and killed when he responding to a domestic dispute between a man and a woman. As he approached their front door the man opened fire striking him four times. Read More

Albert Gasperetti

Officer Albert Gasperetti

Oxnard Police Department, CA End of Watch: Apr 15, 1956

Officer Albert Gasperetti was killed in an automobile accident while on duty. Read More

William E. Kelly

City Marshal William E. Kelly

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

Andrew W. McNaughton

Night Watchman Andrew W. McNaughton

Oxnard Police Department, CA End of Watch: Mar 17, 1906

Night Watchman Andrew McNaughton was shot and killed while on duty. Read More

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  • The Oxnard Peace Officers Association was pleased to help with a donation to help with field maintenance, equipment and expenses. The OPOA and it's members are committed to helping the community, especially our youth.  #youthsports #communitysupport
  • The Oxnard Peace Officers Association is proud to present Isaiah Tapia with a scholarship for his post high school education. Isaiah  graduated Santa Clara High School and is currently a Police Explorer with the Port Hueneme Police Department. Each year the OPOA is committed to providing opportunities for Oxnard youth to continue their education and career goals.
  • The Oxnard Peace Officers Foundation Inc, is proud to present a $1500 scholarship to Amanda Woolley. Amanda is the daughter of Sergeant Brian Woolley and Public Safety Dispatcher Kim Woolley. Amanda recently graduated Adolfo Camarillo High School and will be headed to Boise State University in the fall where she'll major in nursing. The Foundation and OPOA will be announcing more scholarship recipients in the near future. (Pictured from the Foundation are Sergeant Miguel Serrato and Senior Detective Ken Tougas)
  • Thank you to @salvationarmyventura and their community support for the members of the OPOA. Our members work hand in hand with their outreach workers making connections to services with those members of the community who are unhoused.
  • We mourn the loss of Sgt. Dominic Vaca. Our thoughts and prayers are with his friends, family and entire the San Bernardino Sheriff Department.
  • Today is a day which we honor and mourn members of the military who have passed while serving in the United States Armed Forces. We thank those who gave the greatest sacrifice. May you never be forgotten.
  • The Oxnard Peace Officers’ Association believes that the well-being of our children is the foundation for a safe and prosperous community. This weekend the OPOA made funding available to @sunsetlittleleague 
for sponsorships, sign-up costs and maintenance of the fields. Good luck to all the players and play ball! #community #OPOA #communitysupport #oxnard #littleleaguebaseball
  • The Oxnard Peace Officers Association Team supporting @namiventura and the NAMIWalks Ventura County 2021. Community  members recieved our new shirts which displays their support for the OPOA. Thank you to all that support us in the community. 
#namiwalks #opoa #communitysupport
  • John and Alicia Franco of Colosseum Bootcamp were recipients of the OPOA supporter t-shirt. The Franco’s have been extremely supportive of the OPOA and it's members! 

Looking forward to presenting more shirts to our community supporters.