New police officers, Chief Corney and others at the graduation ceremony.
Nine new Ventura Police Officers graduated from the Ventura County Criminal Justice Training Center’s Academy on October 12, 2018. The recruits completed 25 weeks of instruction provided through the combined efforts of local law enforcement agencies and other criminal justice entities. The intense training and education prepare these recruits for the responsibilities of serving the community as peace officers.
The Ventura Police Department welcomes the following new officers: Christopher Aguilar, Ryan Bischof, Richard Key, Jake Maulhardt, Kent McLay, Samuel Orozco, Kenneth Patton, Robert Sipes and Jordan Trujillo.
The Ventura Police Department continues to accept applications for Police Officer Trainees for the April 2019 Academy! As a police officer fighting and preventing crime, protecting the innocent, and serving the community is what you do daily, but it is the individuals selected to serve who are leaders, have courage, integrity, self-discipline and compassion who make a difference in our community.
More information and an online application is available at www.venturapd.org.