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    The members of the Ventura County Deputy Sheriffs' Association are proud to serve their community when it comes to law enforcement and making Ventura County a safe place to live and raise children.

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  • There is much that goes into protecting the communities we live in, but many people only see us as we enforce traffic laws or respond to traffic accidents, a very small portion of our daily activities. Our members are equally proud of the philanthropic efforts made by the VCDSA to enrich our community. Find out what our members do here.

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Who We Are

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Members of the Ventura County Deputy Sheriffs' Association are proud to serve their community when it comes to law enforcement and making Ventura County a safe place to live and raise children.

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Charitable Work

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Every year the Ventura County Deputy Sheriffs' Association donates money and time to benefit numerous charities, groups and organizations in the Ventura County area.

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In Memory

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On October 28, 2014, Deputy Kostiuchenko was completing a traffic stop on US 101 in Camarillo when he was struck and killed by a drunk driver.
We will never forget.

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Latest News

10 May 2019
The Ventura County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association board meeting regularly scheduled for May 15, 2019 is being rescheduled to May 22, 2019 at 4:30 p.m.   Thank you for your understanding.
10 April 2019
AB 392 is the bill in Sacramento that will change the use of force standard for police officers from reasonable to necessary.  It will change the face of police work immediately and contains provisions that are squarely opposite of the standard set forth by the United States Supreme Court.  On Tuesday, the California Assembly Public Safet...
02 April 2019
Re: URGENT! ACLU Use of Force Bill Headed to Committee Hearings We need you to take action now!   Click here to send an email  to stop the ACLU’s use of force bill, AB 392. The ACLU lobbyists want to make it easier to criminally prosecute public safety officers who are forced to make split-second decisions during dangerous encounters...

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Ventura, CA 93003

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