Despite competition from the Dodgers in the World Series Tuesday, Beverly Hills residents turned out to honor the City’s finest at the Beverly Hills Police Officers’ Association gala, the Black and White Ball.
An attempted burglary was foiled Tuesday in the 800 block of North Rexford Drive when the two burglars found someone in the residence.
BHPD Officers Tuesday searched a Beverly Hills neighborhood. triggering an elementary school lockdown, after possible burglary suspects were spotted in the area.
The Beverly Hills Police Department announced a handful of promotions this week, including four promotions to Lieutenant.
On August 12, Hawthorne Elementary held its second annual Pancake Breakfast to welcome all new and returning families back to school for the 2018/2019 school year. Pictured (from left): BHPD Young Explorer Brandon Brener; Hawthorne parent Doreece Artal; Hawthorne student Aaron Artal; BHUSD Board of Education Vice President Noah Margo; BHUSD Superintendent Michael Bregy; and Hawthorne PTA Co-President Maria Bennett.
Families enjoyed National Night Out on Tuesday, a fun-filled evening with police and community, including displays, demonstrations and information booths for everything from CPR classes to Police Explorers. Food trucks and interactive fun with BHPD officers and BHFD firefighters completed the evening.
The Beverly Hills Police Department will be out in force for National Night Out tonight, with live demonstrations and displays, a free bicycle raffle, kid-friendly activities and a host of fun for the entire family.
The man accused of destroying President Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Wednesday morning ended up turning himself in to the Beverly Hills Police Department.
The Beverly Hills Police Department will be out in force for National Night Out on Tuesday, August 7, with live demonstrations and displays, kid-friendly activities and a host of fun for the entire family.
The Beverly Hills Police Department now has the highest number of sworn female officers in its history with 14 women in the 130-member police force, or 10.7 percent, starting with Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli. Pictured, top row (from left): Officers Top row (from left): Officers Lynnsey Diamond, Karly Loberg, Anne-Marie Lunsman, Maraya Contreras and Jaqueline Duran. Middle row (from left): Lt. Elisabeth Albanese, BHPD Chief Spagnoli, Detective Rachel Shannon and Officer Danielle Castro. Bottom row (from left): Officer Stephanie Nguyen-Lieu, Detective Audra Alatorre, Officers Stephanie Frias, Arda Guvlekjian and Adessa Anderson.