Beverly Hills Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli has been making the rounds to address the issue of school safety since the Valentine’s Day school shooting in Parkland, Florida, speaking last week at City Hall to concerned parents and to the City Council at the request of Mayor Lili Bosse, and again to the PTA at Beverly Hills High School Thursday.
In the wake of another school shooting this week, which left 17 dead at a Florida high school, the importance of school safety is being felt acutely across the nation. In Beverly Hills, a previously scheduled Town Hall led by Beverly Hills Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli (slated to begin Thursday evening, just after the Courier’s deadline), was set to discuss crime trends, crime prevention and community/neighborhood safety.
Beverly Hills Community Services hosted a Valentine’s Day dance celebration at Roxbury Park Tuesday and were joined by Beverly Hills police. Pictured, from left: Officer Tom West, Officer Joshua Cudworth, Captain Mark Miner, Lieutenant Elisabeth Albanese, Sergeant David Dimond, Officer Michael Yamada, Chief Sandra Spagnoli, Assistant Chief Marc Coopwood, Sergeant Billy Fair, Dispatcher Anabel Margosian, Officer Dominique Sandifer, Officer Nicholas DiMento and K9 Officer Dave Rudy.
Beverly Hills Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli, in a letter to the community, reassures parents that the BHPD is committed to the safety of their kids and the City's public schools in the wake of a school shooting this week:
Beverly Hills police officers were photographed Wednesday on their final day assisting authorities in Montecito. The BHPD had been in the area helping with recovery efforts from the fires that ravaged the Santa Barbara area last month. Pictured, from left: Officer Josh Cudworth, Officer Jim Keenaghan, Sergeant Don Chase, Officer Chris Bond and Officer Scott Dibble.
Shots fired Saturday in a Beverly Hills neighborhood may have resulted from a road rage incident, authorities said.
The Beverly Hills Police sprung into action quickly Friday afternoon to arrest a man suspected of a carjacking near the intersection of Canon Drive and Dayton Way.
The Beverly Hills Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a pair of robbery suspects who struck on the 9800 block of South Santa Monica Boulevard on Nov. 3.
Anonymous letters sent to key people in the City, the community and the surrounding L.A. area with bizarre allegations of misconduct are being secretly mailed with the fallacious return address of a local attorney who is well known for representing members of the law enforcement community.
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.