Cameras are for "for prosecution, for accountability, personnel complaints, to protect officers from false complaints, and to make sure officers are abiding policy and treating people well”
When completed, the mixed-use business park will include 18 buildings representing 1.25 million square feet of creative industrial, creative office, and retail space along with a 150-room hotel
As a former Burbank High School Assistant Principal it was always passion of his to return to Burbank High School
The Magnolia Park Optimist Club recognized three members of the Burbank Police Department family for their achievements as part of the Optimist International Respect for the Law program.
Composer, writer, and director Soon Hee Newbold is one of the Burbank Police Department’s newest reserve officers.
The voluminous store, 42,000 square feet, has an overwhelming variety of produce, food, drink and even a restaurant and bar
Soon, Burbank will no longer have Toy R Us, which declared bankruptcy last month. Several residents who have a nostalgic attachment to the store are sad to see it go.
Burbank Police's Officer of the Year shared one of many events in his long career that may help us understand what has kept him going despite all the slings and arrows that he and other police officers face daily
Every year, the Burbank Police Department participates in 'Heroes and Helpers', an event benefiting Burbank's less fortunate children.
On Sunday, December 10th, Jose Sandoval and his crew will be hosting the first annual Toys for Tacos at Olive Park.
On Thursday, November 16th, staff and students at William McKinley Elementary school participated in their annual College Rivalry Day, which consists of a special visit USC's Mascot Traveler!
On November 3, the Burbank Coordinating Council honored City Councilman Bob Frutos and the BPD, while collecting funds to deliver holiday baskets for families in need.