Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills Police Talk Crime At Wednesday Town Hall | BH Courier

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills Police Talk Crime At Wednesday Town Hall

TOWN HALL—While many neighboring cities are experiencing an increase in crime, Beverly Hills is holding steady under Chief Sandra Spagnoli. From the left are crime fighters Lieutenant Lincoln Hoshino, Detective Sergeant Robert Hernandez, Chief Sandra Spagnoli, Sergeant Max Subin, Acting Captain Renato Moreno, Detective Christopher Coulter, Detective Kevin Burger, Lieutenant Terry Nutall and Detective Sergeant Dennis Lynch.
TOWN HALL—While many neighboring cities are experiencing an increase in crime, Beverly Hills is holding steady under Chief Sandra Spagnoli. From the left are crime fighters Lieutenant Lincoln Hoshino, Detective Sergeant Robert Hernandez, Chief Sandra Spagnoli, Sergeant Max Subin, Acting Captain Renato Moreno, Detective Christopher Coulter, Detective Kevin Burger, Lieutenant Terry Nutall and Detective Sergeant Dennis Lynch.

Posted Thursday, December 1 – 6:15 PM

By Victoria Talbot

At a town hall meeting Wednesday, the Beverly Hills Police Department focused on property crimes, including residential and commercial burglaries, imparting tips on prevention for residents and business owners.

The most important tip is to contact police if anything looks suspicious by calling 911 or 310-550-4951, said Chief Sandra Spagnoli. No one knows a neighborhood better than its residents.

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