Camarillo police hold open house

On Saturday, August 2, the Camarillo Police Department held their annual open house. The event featured various police vehicles, the K-9 unit, a free lunch and tours of the police station. Photos by Michael Coons/Acorn Newspapers

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers LOOKING AROUND - Bill Boetticher of Camarillo holds his three-year-old grandson, Jacob, out of the top of the Bearcat, an armored SWAT vehicle, to look around during an open house at the Camarillo Police Station on August 2. The event featured various police vehicles, the K-9 unit, a free lunch and tours of the police station.

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LOOKING AROUND – Bill Boetticher of Camarillo holds his three-year-old grandson, Jacob, out of the top of the Bearcat, an armored SWAT vehicle, to look around during an open house at the Camarillo Police Station on August 2. The event featured various police vehicles, the K-9 unit, a free lunch and tours of the police station.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Camarillo Police Department's open house.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers
Camarillo Police Department’s open house.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Camarillo Police Department's open house.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers
Camarillo Police Department’s open house.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Camarillo Police Department's open house.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers
Camarillo Police Department’s open house.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Camarillo Police Department's open house.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers
Camarillo Police Department’s open house.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers EXPLORING - Nathan Abbott, 4, of Camarillo looks through a tube on the bomb squad's robot during an open house at the Camarillo Police Station on August 2.

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EXPLORING – Nathan Abbott, 4, of Camarillo looks through a tube on the bomb squad’s robot during an open house at the Camarillo Police Station on August 2.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers TRYING IT ON - Deputy Gene Martinez, left, of the Ventura County Sheriff Office has Nicholas Flowers, 12, try on a bullet-proof vest worn by SWAT offices during an open house at the Camarillo Police Station on August 2.

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TRYING IT ON – Deputy Gene Martinez, left, of the Ventura County Sheriff Office has Nicholas Flowers, 12, try on a bullet-proof vest worn by SWAT offices during an open house at the Camarillo Police Station on August 2.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers DANCE - Ventura County Sheriff Explorer Michael Creer, 17, left, and McGruff the Crime Dog dance with fellow explorers during an open house at the Camarillo Police Station on August 2.

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DANCE – Ventura County Sheriff Explorer Michael Creer, 17, left, and McGruff the Crime Dog dance with fellow explorers during an open house at the Camarillo Police Station on August 2.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers BUBBLES! - William Janning, 5, of Port Hueneme tries to pop bubbles from a bubble machine during an open house at the Camarillo Police Station on August 2.

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BUBBLES! – William Janning, 5, of Port Hueneme tries to pop bubbles from a bubble machine during an open house at the Camarillo Police Station on August 2.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers WHAT'S ON TV? - Zuzia Malejewska (cw), 5, left, and T.J. Eskridge, 13, watch television inside the Disaster Assistance Response Team trailer while Brandon Trotter, 12, check his phone during an open house at the Camarillo Police Station on August 2. DART's emergency trailer has various communications tools including satellite television to stay informed during a disaster.

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WHAT’S ON TV? – Zuzia Malejewska (cw), 5, left, and T.J. Eskridge, 13, watch television inside the Disaster Assistance Response Team trailer while Brandon Trotter, 12, check his phone during an open house at the Camarillo Police Station on August 2. DART’s emergency trailer has various communications tools including satellite television to stay informed during a disaster.

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