The Rotary Club of
Moorpark Morning


Tim Hagel
Executive Director at Safe Passage Youth Foundation

Safe Passage is providing daily in-person, free mentoring for 100's of children. Weekly STEM classes, Day Camps, and 1000's of free groceries/ weekly meals for hungry K-12 grade kids and their families. Most of all, we are  providing equal access to education, to promote literacy in micro-communities for all persons especially children of color. Watch this video to see how communities thrive.


About Tim Hagel:

Commander Tim Hagel, retired from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office (VSCO) as the Thousand Oaks Police Chief, in January 2020. Hagel worked for VCSO since 1988.

Amongst his notable achievements is a substantial investment in the “Safe Passages” initiative, a program working proactively to eliminate gang-related crime by stopping gang recruitment among at-risk youth. His final year of service as Thousand Oaks Police Chief was underscored by his intimate work with the Borderline victims’ families and survivors, including the widow of his former partner, Sergeant Ron Helus.

In reflecting on Hagel’s tenure, City Manager Andrew Powers said, "Tim’s commitment to this community is unparalleled. He has been an extraordinarily accessible leader who has worked tirelessly to see that our residents feel connected to their Police Department. Tim cares deeply about Thousand Oaks and has made a positive difference in the lives of our residents, businesses, and his City colleagues."

Sheriff Bill Ayub described Tim Hagel as a man of exceptional creativity, high energy, and unsurpassed love for the community he served. Ayub commented, “Tim has been an exceptional contributor to the Sheriff’s Office and law enforcement profession throughout his 31 years of service.  He was the right man, at the right time, to help lead the community through the aftermath of the tragic Borderline Bar & Grill violence, for which I will always be thankful.”

In commenting on his experience in Thousand Oaks, Hagel said, “Serving the community where I was born and raised has been the privilege of my life. While this has been a trying year for our City, I am proud of the outpouring of support and how our residents and businesses came together during this time of need. I appreciate the Thousand Oaks City Council’s long-standing commitment to high-caliber local law enforcement. I intend to remain active throughout the Conejo Valley providing volunteer services where they are most needed.”


Upcoming Events
Social - Officer Step Down Dinner
Jun 27, 2021 4:00 PM
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Thursday, June 10, 2021

This weeks meeting will be held via Zoom. Socializing begins at 7 a.m. and the meeting will start promptly at 7:15 a.m.

Please Feel Free to invite a friend to join the meeting.

or call in (669) 900-9128

Meeting ID: 837 2907 5095
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