Traffic officers will be out in force and are assigned to patrol schools as a visible deterrent to prevent incidents from occurring and to enforce traffic laws
Burbank Police will conduct a DUI Checkpoint the night of August at a yet to be disclosed area of Burbank
Burbank Unified, along with other schools in the area, begins classes on Monday, August 18. Burbank Police remind people to slow down, park and walk and be extra mindful of pedestrians as the school year begins.
The academy is conducted in English, Spanish, Armenian, and for the deaf/hard of hearing
Burbank citizens come together to promote the city's annual "National Night Out"
Burbank Police worked with LAPD and multiple agencies to focus a targeted check on suspects in the southwestern part of Burbank and adjoining section of Los Angeles, making 21 felony arrests and four misdemeanor citations.
Community feedback is required in the voluntary process police are participating in through the Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies, or CALEA, an independent agency with ties to the U.S. Department of Justice
Mike Parrinello is the second president of the union to be placed on administrative leave. The other, former Officer Mark Armendariz, the most recent union president, was fired in July 2013 after being placed on leave.
Glendale residents arrested for auto burglary in downtown Burbank parking structure
It is your awareness reported to police that can help predict and prevent attacks before they happen
Damage caused by a broken water main will take days to be tabulated along with the repairs it caused
Burbank Police Sgt. Chris Canales, who was fired in 2010, was back on the streets of Burbank Monday after being reinstated
Three of the arrests were for driving under the influence according top police who screened 1,278 drivers