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Oxnard is a city situated in the county seat of Ventura, California, located to the west of the Los Angeles downtown area. It was formed on 30th June 1903. As of 2019, its total population is 208,881 which makes it the most crowded city in the Ventura County, 22nd most crowded city in the state, and 110th in the country. Due to the presence of several transportation businesses, it is known as the county’s “transportation hub”. Mayor Tim Flynn currently leads the local council government.
Oxnard city is a region of fertile soil which makes it best for agricultural business and industrial development. But in addition to industrial development, its environment is extensively and negatively burdened by power plants. International trade, tourism, manufacturing, and agriculture businesses are the backbone of its economy.
Oxnard police department is the local law enforcement agency situated 60 miles north-west to Los Angeles and it is led by the chief of police, Scott Whitney. It can be found at:
251 S C St,
The department has a total workforce of 372 employees- including 237 officers and 135 civilian staff- which serves a community of an estimated 200,000 citizens.
Applicants taking the Oxnard police department test are required to take a police written test; a fitness exam; and an interview test. Candidates may also be required to take a polygraph. A psychological evaluation is also necessary to determine whether the applicant is suitable to the psychologically challenging role of being a law enforcement officer. Successful candidates will be registered with the local police academy for further training. Application forms for the Oxnard police test can be found online.