Since its incorporation in 1964, Thousand Oaks has contracted with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department for law enforcement services. The members of the Sheriff’s Department are committed to safeguarding lives and property, and responding to public concerns in a manner which promotes neighborhoods free from the fear of crime. They work to:
- Preserve the peace
- Prevent crime
- Apprehend offenders
- Facilitate problem-solving community partnerships
- Enforce laws
- Provide secure and humane detention for persons lawfully entrusted to our care
- Display empathy and respect for the dignity of all individuals
Thousand Oaks Police Department Mailing Address
The mailing address is, Thousand Oaks Police Department, 2101 E Olsen Rd., Thousand Oaks CA 91360.
Chief of Police (805) 494-8200
If you have an emergency, call 9-1-1 now!
East County Patrol Station
2101 East Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
(805) 494-8200 Reception
(805) 494-8244 Fax
(805) 494-8260 Administration
(805) 494-8276 Patrol Deputy Voicemail
(805) 494-8208 Records
(805) 494-8201 Detectives
(805) 494-8271 Traffic
(805) 449-2760 Thousand Oaks Boulevard Resource Center
(805) 375-5630 Newbury Park Resource Center.
Ventura County Sheriff’s Department – Thousand Oaks Station (East County Station)
2101 East Olsen Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Tim Hagel, Commander
The City of Thousand Oaks contracts with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department
for law enforcement services.
Areas Served: City of Thousand Oaks and the unincorporated areas of Lynn Ranch, Casa Conejo, Kelley Estates, Hidden Valley, Oak Park and Bell Canyon.
About: The Thousand Oaks Station is committed to providing the best possible police services to the citizens of Thousand Oaks. The station offers many services such as Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART), Search and Rescue, Explorers.