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Beverly Hills Police Roundup

Beverly Hills Police this week charged a 27-year-old man with misdemeanor prowling after his arrest earlier this month, where he was found driving a stolen vehicle. 6:43 pm Read More

Saved Before Deadline – BHPD Officer Andrew Bromley and Sgt. Eugene Kim came to the rescue when a resident expressed concern that some kittens were trapped

Beverly Hills Police Officer Andrew Bromley and Sgt. Eugene Kim Beverly Hills Police Officer Andrew Bromley and Sgt. Eugene Kim came to the rescue when a Beverly Hills resident expressed concern Thursday afternoon that some kittens were trapped inside the engine of a vehicle. One kitten, an orange and white tabby, was found; another had apparently escaped. BHPD officers went above and beyond for the helpless kitten, as the officers were able to free the cat from the engine with the help of a tow truck driver. The officers have named the kitten “Justice.” 6:29 pm Read More

Never Forget – The BHPD and the BHFD stand at attention to honor First Responders and civilians whose lives were lost on September 11

V-911new2 The Beverly Hills Police Department and the Beverly Hills Fire Department stand at attention to honor First Responders and civilians whose lives were lost on September 11. Every year, the City of Beverly Hills holds a solemn memorial on the anniversary of that event. It is an opportunity to remember the day, to honor those who were lost, and to be grateful for the heroic first responders who serve our community every day. 6:34 pm Read More

Scouts Give Back – Beverly Hills Boy Scout Pack 110 teamed up with other local youth from the Beverly Hills Police Explorer program

Pictured, (from left): Wesley Wu, Kyle Lim, Chief Spagnoli, Jack Klines, Noah Kaiserman (back), Zack Correa (front, red shirt), Marcus Ho (front, scout uniform), Brandon Brener and Ethan Gorin Beverly Hills Boy Scout Pack 110 teamed up with other local youth from the Beverly Hills Police Explorer program on Father’s Day to sell bottled water at the Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance. BHPD Chief Sandra Spagnoli joined the group to lend a hand. Pictured, (from left): Wesley Wu, Kyle Lim, Chief Spagnoli, Jack Klines, Noah Kaiserman (back), Zack Correa (front, red shirt), Marcus Ho (front, scout uniform), Brandon Brener and Ethan Gorin. 5:24 pm Read More

Beverly Hills Police Celebrate Promotions, Swear In New Officers

SWEARING IN — Pictured: The Beverly Hills Police Department's new Assistant Police Chief Marc Coopwood is sworn in by City Clerk Byron Pope  at a ceremony on Monday at The Wallis. For more photos and information on Monday’s event, see page 17. The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday was the backdrop for a ceremony honoring the swearing-in of Assistant Chief of Police Marc Coopwood, the promotions of two captains, two lieutenants and three sergeants, along with the addition of eight new officers, as Chief Sandra Spagnoli completes a makeover of the department. 6:02 pm Read More

BHPD Captain Rosen Claims City Discriminated Based On Religion, Age In Lawsuit

BHPD Capt. Mark Rosen is suing the City of Beverly Hills In a complaint filed on March 21 in the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Los Angeles, Beverly Hills Police Captain Mark Rosen claims the City of Beverly Hills acted with discrimination against him and unnamed defendants, and that he was reassigned because he is Jewish and over 40 years old, which is repeated no less than 30 times. 6:35 pm Read More

Answering The Call – The Beverly Hills Police paid tribute Tuesday to its Public Safety Dispatchers as part of the nationwide Public Safety Week

Lt. Renato Moreno and Communications Dispatcher Norma Arriaga The Beverly Hills Police paid tribute Tuesday to its Public Safety Dispatchers as part of the nationwide Public Safety Week. Pictured: Lt. Renato Moreno and Communications Dispatcher Norma Arriaga. BHPD’s dispatch team includes: Dona Morris, Robyn Castro, Tamara Lopez, Michelle Smith, Vicki Ward, Christine Bloore, Maria Elwell, Kelli Garner, Anabel Margosian, James Pusl, William KcKessy, Deann Lewis, Rayna Humphreys, Elizabeth Velasco, Erica Maitland, Paige Hines and Melissa Sutton. 6:06 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – False Alarm Triggers Lock Down At Horace Mann

When the lock down alarm sounded at Horace Mann at 9:41 a.m. last Friday, teachers and administrative staff wasted no time in securing classrooms and ensuring the safety of students while the front office immediately phoned the Beverly Hills police. However, unlike the monthly drills at the school, where students and teachers practice lock down, earth quake and fire drills, Principal Dana Findley had no idea this one was coming. 6:48 pm Read More