If you are a merchant or a private citizen in Ventura County who has received a bad check, please contact our Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF) Check Unit at (805) 662-1720 for more information. You may also view our NSF Bad Check Complaint Form here.
Our office does offer assistance in obtaining certain types of restraining orders. When a case involves domestic violence, we work with victims to obtain domestic violence restraining orders. We also work with victims and witnesses in obtaining criminal protective orders after a criminal case has been filed. If a case …
Please contact the law enforcement agency where the crime occurred. That agency is responsible for investigating domestic violence cases.
All criminal complaints are prosecuted on behalf of the State of California. Only the prosecutor can issue or dismiss charges. Although the decision whether to prosecute or not prosecute is ultimately up to the prosecutor, the victim’s opinion is important and the prosecutor will take those wishes into account when …
If the case has been submitted to our office by law enforcement and charges have been filed, we can provide you with the name of the defendant and the next court date. To obtain this information, please call (805) 654-2500.
When a criminal case has been resolved, our office sends a property release to the police agency that handled the case. You should contact that police agency directly. If they do not have a release on file, please contact our office and the attorney who handled the case will review …
If the defendant is on probation, restitution is usually paid through the Court Collections Department and you may call them at (805) 639-5010. If the defendant is on formal probation, you may also contact the assigned probation officer by calling the Probation Agency at (805) 654-2132.
Please call our office at (805) 654-3622 to obtain this information.
We may be able to help you recover medical expenses and other financial losses. Other services may also be available to you. Please contact our Crime Victims’ Assistance Unit or call (805) 654-3622 for more information.
Our Crime Victims’ Assistance Unit offers a variety services to victims of crime. You may also call (805) 654-3622 to inquire about what services may be available to you as a crime victim.