BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The OPCF is guided by a Board of Directors composed of community members and Oxnard Police personnel. The Board works with the leadership of the Oxnard Police Department to ensure the Foundation’s priorities and objectives align with those of the department.
STACY MILLER, PRESIDENT
Stacy Miller founded a full-service public affairs firm, Stacy Miller Public Affairs (SMPA), Inc., more than 12 years ago and has consulted for a wide variety of organizations including fortune 500 companies, nonprofit organizations, municipalities and educational institutions. Stacy is a past Chair of the Board for the Oxnard Chamber of Commerce, Co-chair of the Business Advocacy Committee and a member of the Board of the Oxnard Conventions and Visitor’s Bureau a.k.a. Visit Oxnard. Stacy has been the title sponsor of both the ‘Real Men Wear Pink’ Oxnard Police Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign and of the department’s Autism Awareness Campaign. Stacy & her husband Tyler are the proud parents of an active-duty Army Ranger and a High-tech executive.
CAREY EVERHART, VICE PRESIDENT
Carey Everhart has been a police officer with the city of Oxnard for the last 11 years. Prior to becoming a police officer, he worked as a wildland firefighter for both Santa Barbara and Ventura County Fire Departments. He has served on the Oxnard Peace Officers Association for the last 6 years and on the Oxnard Peace Officers Foundation (a 501(c)(3) non-profit) for the last 3 years. He loves serving the residents of the city of Oxnard, and looks forward to serving them even further through the different opportunities and events that the Oxnard Police Community Foundation will offer.
DELIA CAMPBELL, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
As the Police Finance and Grants Manager, Delia oversees the Department’s $62 million budget, federal and state grants, capital improvement projects, contract management, accounts payable, payroll, and cost recovery. She is a part of the Oxnard Police Command Staff. Delia earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, Accounting from California State University, Northridge. She is a member of the California Society of Municipal Finance Officers (CSMFO) and the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA).
JEFF MCGREEVY, SECRETERY
Jeff McGreevy is a United States Marine Corps Veteran and served his community as a police officer for 29-years. Jeff retired from the Oxnard Police Department in 2020 as a Sergeant and was well known for his work with the departments Crisis Intervention Training Program, Peer Support Team Program, and leading the Neighborhood Policing team. He was recognized as the OPD Supervisor of the Year; Oxnard Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Year; The Autism Society Community Member of the Year; and most recently he and his wife received the Chief's Award of Excellence in 2020. Jeff is the Program Development Manager for 911 At Ease International, an organization that helps first responders and their families with confidential mental health services.
JASON BENITES, CHIEF OF POLICE
Jason Benites was sworn in as Oxnard’s twenty-second Chief of Police in December of 2020. He joined the Oxnard Police Department in November of 1993, one year after graduating from the University of California at Los Angeles. He has spent his entire career with the Oxnard Police Department. During his tenure he has worked in all of the department’s operational bureaus and served as an Assistant Chief from 2006-2020.
Jason is a strong advocate for community policing and neighborhood problem-solving strategies. He maintains that “every community partnership is an investment towards the safety of those who live, work, and visit Oxnard.”
LUIS McARTHUR, POLICE COMMANDER
Luis Mc Arthur was raised in Oxnard. He joined the Oxnard Police Department in 1989. He’s served as a school officer, beat coordinator, and detective. He’s currently a patrol watch commander. Commander Mc Arthur has a passion for public service and is committed to a diversified workforce that he believes improves problem-solving and innovation, boosts police legitimacy in the eyes of the public, and creates confidence in the department’s understanding of local issues. Luis graduated from Channel Islands HS and is an MPA candidate at USC.