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About our Program

The Ventura County Crime Stoppers program began in Thousand Oaks on October 1, 1986. The program has since expanded to include the other communities in Ventura County.

Through 2007, the only means of providing tips was through the bilingual call center.  Tips were then faxed to the coordinator who had to either fax or call them in to the appropriate agency.   In mid-2007, we added the ability to receive and send tips to email accounts, including those on a BlackBerry, simultaneous with the fax.  This gave us 24/7 coverage.   As of January 2008, we've added the capability to provide tips via the internet with 2-way communication capabilities while protecting the anonymity of the tipster.  As of February 2008, tips can be submitted via text message, also with 2-way communication capabilities.  As of March 2008, law enforcement agencies are able to log on to our TipSoft tip and intelligence management system via the internet.

Since January of 2007, in partnership with the Ventura County Star, six fugitives have been profiled in the Star each Tuesday.  http://www.venturacountystar.com/

Mission Statement

Our Mission as a nonprofit organization, run by a volunteer Board of Directors, is to solve crimes by fostering cooperation between law enforcement, the media and community members while providing state-of-the-art technology to law enforcement for the receipt, distribution and management of tips from confidential informants.

Members of the Board are willing to address Groups and Organizations on Crime in the Community and how Ventura County Crime Stoppers with the cooperation of the Community can help to lower the crime rate.

Who is Involved

NamePosition
Robert "Preston" Ferrell      President
Rosie Castillo      Vice President
Betty Horner      Secretary
Robert Gardner CPA CFE CISA      Treasurer
Hector Lopez      Board Member
Alan Wisotsky Esq.      Board Member
Robert Worthley      Board Member

VCCS is currently recruiting board members to further the mission of Ventura County Crime Stoppers, assist with fund raising and general public awareness.

Board Meetings

The Ventura County Crime Stoppers Board of Directors meet on the first Thursday of every month. 

Location:
Camarillo Police Department
3701 Las Posas Rd. Camarillo, CA 93010.
In the Community Room

Time:
The meetings run from 8AM - 9AM. 

 Please contact Robert Worthley at (805) 512-6996 in advance if you'd like to attend.


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