Beverly Hills Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli held a Town Hall meeting on crime in the Council Chambers Wednesday, attended by about 50 interested community members. The meeting was brief and informative, addressing issues related to crime and crime prevention, led by Sgt. Sean Smollen.
As law enforcement nationwide attempts to implement strategies in the face of an increase in on-campus gun violence in American schools, the Beverly Hills Police Department continues to be proactive in its efforts to keep Beverly Hills schools safe.
Many Beverly Hills residents received a hyperbole-filled flyer over the weekend, excoriating the Beverly Hills Police Department and its Police Chief, as well as local government officials.
The Beverly Hills Police on Tuesday arrested three men in connection with an attempted commercial burglary in the 400 block of North Rodeo Drive.
A Town Hall meeting that was a joint venture of the Beverly Hills North Homeowners Association and the Municipal League of Beverly Hills Tuesday evening at City Hall was a confusing jumble of topics, dominated by former Mayor Robert Tanenbaum, President of the Beverly Hills North Homeowners Association. Thomas White, Chairman of the Municipal League of Beverly Hills, briefly discussed and took questions on topics related to legislative advocacy.
Precisely eight days before Beverly Hills High School students have pledged to join the 17-minute nationwide school walk-out at 10 a.m. on March 14 to protest gun violence while honoring the 17 people who died in last month’s Parkland school shooting, Beverly Hills police arrested a BHHS school student on campus this past Tuesday.
Beverly Hills police arrested a man on Wednesday who police believe carried a gun on the campus of Beverly Hills High School and followed a student as she left campus.
A Beverly Hills doctor was one of two men arrested Thursday for their alleged involvement in a $250 million fake billing scheme involving 1-800-GET-THIN lap-band weight loss surgeries.
At Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting, Beverly Hills Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli unveiled the police department’s latest plan on how to best protect the City’s five public schools. The newly-minted “Adopt-a-School Program” is slated to begin rolling out on March 9, she confirmed.
The Beverly Hills Police Thursday were investigating a swatting call after receiving an emergency message early in the morning that a man was being held against his will inside a hotel room at The Peninsula Beverly Hills.