The VCCCD Police Services office coordinates the LiveScan (fingerprinting) program. Fingerprinting can be conducted at the Moorpark College and Oxnard College police stations, as well as the Police Services office. You must make an appointment prior to being fingerprinted. To make appointments, contact the VCCCD Police Services office by phone at (805) 652-7752 or by email at email@example.com.
Visitors may purchase single-day parking permits for $2.00, using the yellow permit dispensers located in most parking lots on campus. The dispensers accept cash, coin, and credit/debit cards.
Faculty, staff, and contractors should contact the Police Services office by phone at (805) 652-7752 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for further instructions and information.
All requests for police reports are processed by the Police Services office. To begin the process, complete and submit a Request for Records formto your college's police station or contact the Police Services office directly by phone at (805) 652-7752 or by email at email@example.com. Most reports may be released the same day as the request, or within ten (10) business days of the request being made. The Department reserves the right to recoup the costs of producing the report.
If you are a suspect in a pending criminal case, your attorney will receive a copy of the report through the District Attorney's Office.
Lost-and-found property is routinely turned into nearby campus departments and often transferred to the college police station for safekeeping. All property received by the college police stations is tagged and stored until the owner is contacted. Lost-and-found property is only held for ninety (90) days. To inquire about your lost property, contact your college's police station.
Although some campuses may not have a formal safety escort program, students may contact their college's police station to request a safety escort from an officer or cadet.
The VCCCD Police Department provides vehicle jumpstart and unlock services. Although we are sometimes limited in our capabilities of providing these services, officers can also aid in calling for additional assistance (e.g. AAA, towing, etc.). During evening and late-night hours, officers or cadets may stay with you until assistance arrives.
Convicted sexual offenders are required to register with the VCCCD Police Department within five days of commencing enrollment or employment. For instructions and information on how to register, visit our Sex Offender Registration page.
Anyone wishing to complete a ride-along with a VCCCD Police Officer must complete a Ride-Along Application at least seven (7) days in advance of the day he/she wishes to ride. Each request will be reviewed by the station Lieutenant at the station which you requested to ride. The applicant will be advised by email or phone call of his/her application approval or denial. Applicants for ride-alongs must be at least 16 years of age. Juveniles require signed permission of a legal guardian. Ride-alongs are limited to one per year and most ride-alongs are typically limited to four (4) hours in duration.