Requests for crime reports and other eligible records can be submitted in person or via mail. Due to current staffing levels, we are unable to provide same-day service, however, all report requests will be reviewed and responded to within 10 calendar days of receipt.
All requests should include a copy of government issued picture identification, $20 check or money order, the Ventura PD report number (or details such as date/time/location to assist staff in locating the record), and the address to which you want the report mailed. You may also request to pick up your records. The report fee is waived if you opt to receive your records via email.
Please note: some records may not be available via email due to policy, laws, or notarization.
If requester has been arrested and not appeared at court the police department does not release the arrest report in its entirety. The court or prosecution will discuss options for obtaining the report at your arraignment.
Juvenile information includes any document relating to juvenile contacts and arrests. Welfare & Institutions Code Section 827 provides Juvenile Court with exclusive authority to determine to whom, and the extent to which, juvenile record information may be released. Release of juvenile information requires the permission of the Presiding Judge of the Juvenile Court.
Parents of a juvenile may receive a copy of certain types of reports. All others will need to petition Juvenile Court directly for the release of that record. Ventura County Juvenile Court, 4353 E Vineyard Ave, Oxnard, CA 93036, (805) 639-5010.