Long Beach Police Department received 15% more calls to service for felony spousal abuse in March compared to last year’s average. The increase occurred during the same month that California’s implemented its statewide stay-at-home order. The data, which was obtained from the Long Beach Police Department, suggests that the stay-at-home[Read More…]
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Since January, the Long Beach Police Department has been receiving reports of a man peeking in the windows of women who live in the Beverly Plaza apartments.
People in unlocked rooms barricaded doors with belts, desks and podiums when the rooms were unable to be secured. Some students are angry about the lack of security.
An incident on Bellflower boulevard left some injured and shut down southbound traffic. Police apprehended a suspect who fled the scene.
Long Beach State Police Department conducted an active shooter drill in the University Student Union Friday, where officers used non-lethal training ammunition and pretend victims wore fake blood to simulate the scenario.
LBSU was noticeably quieter as students and faculty opted to stay away.
About 20 people gathered outside of Long Beach City Hall Tuesday evening chattering among themselves when one amplified voice broke through the conversations. “What do we want? Justice! When do we want it? Now,” Winston De Laurier, one of the leaders present at the ANSWER Coalition’s protest, cried out over[Read More…]
Following the original pilot program in November 2016, the Long Beach City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to begin a second program to equip Long Beach Police Department officers with body cameras. The city awarded a one-year contract to technology and weapons tech company, Axon Enterprise Inc. The contract contains both[Read More…]
Long Beach residents riding the Metro Blue Line will start to notice some familiar badges after the city council approved legislation Tuesday that will give the LB Police Department jurisdiction over the Metro. The council approved the final contract between the Metro Board and LBPD that will replace the current[Read More…]