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The City of Moorpark contracts for law enforcement services with the Ventura County Sheriff´s Office, which has appointed Captain Darin Hendren as the Police Chief for the City of Moorpark.
Police Service Center
The Moorpark Police Service Center (610 Spring Road) provides a location in the community where citizens can reach the Moorpark Police administrative personnel, patrol personnel, investigators, traffic officers, community resource officer, and our school resource officers.
Connect with Your Police Department
The Moorpark Police Department invites everyone to join them on Nextdoor and Twitter to receive crime prevention tips, get information on crime trends, and directly connect with your police department. You can also contact your PD at:
- Emergencies: 9-1-1
- Non-Emergency Dispatch: (805) 654-9511 (Please immediately report all suspicious activity here)
- Moorpark Police Station Main Line: (805) 532-2700
- Moorpark PD Fraud Hotline: (805) 299-1566
- Beat Coordinator: Senior Deputy Becky Purnell, (805) 299-1504
If you aren't sure which number to call, err on the side of safety and call 9-1-1.
Become a part of the Moorpark Volunteers in Policing (VIP) Program. This is an ideal way to make a difference in our community. The City of Moorpark´s reputation as one of the safest cities in Ventura County is a direct reflection on the residents´ commitment to work with the Moorpark Police Department to prevent crime and maintain a quality of life free from the fear of crime.
Learn all about the VIP program at www.moorparkvip.org.
If you are interested in applying for the VIP program, please contact the Moorpark Police Volunteer Coordinator Jane Mineo at 805-532-2707 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.