This Sunday: CADL/Sobriety Checkpoint!

CADL/Sobriety Checkpoint
updated: Mar 17, 2011, 5:04 PM 

Source: Oxnard PD

INCIDENT: DUI Saturation Patrol and
Sobriety and Driver’s License Checkpoint
DATE/TIME: Sunday, March 20, 2011 1400-2400
LOCATION: City of Oxnard

The Oxnard Police Department will be conducting a multi-location sobriety and
driver’s license checkpoint on Sunday, March 20, 2011, from 6:00 P.M. to
midnight. The checkpoint will be held throughout the City of Oxnard and is
funded by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety through the
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. In addition to the checkpoint,
several officers will be conducting a DUI saturation patrol before and during
the checkpoint. Checkpoints are just one strategy used by the Oxnard Police
Department to promote the public awareness of DUI enforcement and education.
Saturation patrols are used as an aggressive approach to locate and arrest
impaired drivers.

If you are stopped and do not have a license, you can request a 30-minute grace period to have a licensed driver pick up your vehicle. 
Stop the Decomiso/Impound of our Vehicles! 


*Local taxi cab service: Ventura County Yellow Cab: (805) 659-6900

*Please report any police misconduct or abuse to the Todo Poder al Pueblo Collective: (805) 253-3242

*List of possible checkpoint areas in Oxnard (see map):

-Channel Islands and Ives Avenue (Southbound near the Industrial Park by Lemonwood)
-Oxnard Boulevard near Colonia Road
-Oxnard Boulevard near 2nd Street (Lot “A” Burger)
-Oxnard Boulevard near Citrus Grove (Old Carriage Square/Burger King) 
-Ventura Road and Doris (Near the Fremont Shopping Center)
-Ventura Road and Gonzales (Near Popeye’s Chicken)
-Victoria Avenue and Gonzales Rd. (Southbound)
-Rose Avenue and Gonzales or Cesar Chavez Avenue (Near the Walmart Shopping Center/St. John’s Hospital)
-Rose Avenue and Camino del Sol or near Third Street
-Saviers Road and Elm Street (Central Oxnard)
-Saviers Road and Pleasant Valley (South Oxnard)

Coming in from our beloved neighboring City of Ventura, a frequent checkpoint for those coming back to Oxnard is off of Harbor Boulevard near Seaward Avenue.