The Simi Valley Police Department offers many services to the Simi Valley Community. Please use the following links for more information about each topic.
- Citizens Academy
- Crime Mapping
- Crime Prevention
- HR 218 Firearms Qualification Forms
- Parking Enforcement
- Police Station Tours
- Task Force on Heroin Prevention
- Youth Services
Learn about the Police Department's response to alarm systems.
View an interactive map showing crimes that occur in Simi Valley.
The Crime Prevention Unit administers a number of crime prevention programs developed to reduce the potential of Simi Valley residents, businesses, and visitors from becoming crime victims.
The Police Department is proud to offer the Citizens Police Academy to members of the community. The program is designed to increase understanding of the operational policies and procedures of the Police Department and the Ventura County Criminal Justice System.
HR 218 Firearms Qualification Forms
The Police Department offers Firearms Qualification Certification (HR 218) Instructions for retired sworn Simi Valley Police Department personnel.
Parking violations (i.e. FIRE Hydrant, FIRE Lane, DISABLED Parking Space, WRONG WAY or BLOCKING DRIVEWAY/SIDEWALK), can be reported directly to SVPD Dispatch at (805) 583-6950. All violations concerning abandoned vehicles, oversized vehicle or trailer parking can be directed to the Traffic Bureau Complaint/Permit Line at (805) 583-6921 or emailed to email@example.com or complete an Online Parking Complaint Form. Temporary Parking Permit requests can be directed to the Traffic Bureau Complaint/Permit Line at (805) 583-6921 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or complete a Temporary Parking Permit Online Request.
Police Station Tours
The Police Department offers tours for schools and recognized community groups to provide visitors with an up-close look at their local Police Department.
Protect yourself, your family and your community by registering with SAFECAM. Become a part of the Simi Valley Police Department SafeCam network. To register for the SAFECAM program, complete the registration form here.
In February 2012, the City of Simi Valley, Simi Valley Unified School District, and Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District formed the Task Force on Heroin Prevention to develop a focused, aggressive community action plan to help prevent the use of heroin in Simi Valley.
The Youth Services staff forges and maintains an alliance between youth, families, the community, and the Police Department, utilizing teamwork and accountability that provide the necessary tools to assist our youth in becoming mature and responsible citizens.