During his three years as Interim Chief, he has brought in a top command staff and instituted policies to stabilize the police department after internal problems had ripped through its core
The average resident or visitor might not immediately notice, but the Burbank Police Department (BPD) is making a lot of changes to their uniforms, patrol cars, motorcycles, and safety equipment.
On Tuesday morning students from John Burroughs High School, law enforcement officer from the Burbank Police Department and California Highway Patrol (CHP), and the Mercedes Benz Driving Academy joined forces to kickoff California Teen Safe Driving Week and National Distracted Driving Month.
Award was presented to Burbank Mental Health Evaluation Team For Outstanding Mental Health Partnership involving Burbank Police Department / Los Angeles Department of Mental Health
Objective is to combine enforcement efforts, with education, to make motorists aware of the most common causes of traffic collisions, and thereby reduce the number of collisions
Rash of daytime residential burglaries reported over last weekend.
Police take one into custody after morning incident on San Jose with victim in stable condition after receiving multiple knife wounds
These academies are an opportunity for the Police to reach out to its diverse community and allow individuals to get a behind-the-scenes look at the personnel and operations of the Department.
Police to use pilot program to gather statistics in a neighborhood to better combat crime and local problems as well as giving residents a single point of contact to streamline the process
Child died at day care facility on W. Santa Anita Ave. in February, 2012.
Led by officers Joshua Kendrick and Cindy Guillen, the Community Academy program is designed to give citizens a view of how the police department works. Topics included views into the police communications center, gang units, a briefing on the use of force, forensics, policing philosophy, principles of law, and even had an introduction to the justice process at a roundtable with a judge.
Two Burbank Police Department Recruits graduated from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department Academy on February 21.