Administrative Services

Administrative Services is responsible for assisting prosecutors, investigators and support staff in fulfilling the mission of the District Attorney’s Office to promote justice and protect the citizens of Ventura County. Overseen by a chief deputy district attorney, this division provides a wide range of services to support the operational needs …

Bureau of Investigation

The Bureau of Investigation’s (BOI) more than 40 investigators provide professional investigative support in both criminal and civil matters to prosecutors handling cases in those areas and play a critical role in preparing cases for prosecution. The Bureau is staffed with a chief investigator, two deputy chief investigators, district attorney …

Criminal Prosecutions

Criminal Prosecutions, with 65 attorneys, is the largest division within the District Attorney’s Office and is responsible for reviewing complaints, filing charges, and prosecuting the majority of felony and misdemeanor crimes occurring within Ventura County. Criminal Prosecutions encompasses the Major Crimes, General Felony, Misdemeanor, and Sexual Assault / Family Protection …

Justice Services

Justice Services encompasses a number of functions essential to securing justice to crime victims and the community. These include the Writs, Appeals and Training Unit and the Public Integrity Unit. Justice Services is managed by the Special Assistant District Attorney, who serves as the Conviction Integrity deputy. The Special Assistant …

Special Prosecutions

Special Prosecutions is responsible for criminal enforcement of a wide variety of economic and environmental-based crimes, as well as civil enforcement actions. Special Prosecutions is overseen by a chief deputy district attorney and encompasses several units which prosecute various “white collar” crimes including Consumer and Environmental Protection, Auto Insurance Fraud, …