UPDATED: Officer-Involved Shooting Takes Place at Home Depot

On May 27, 2023, at about 4:00 p.m., the Burbank Police Department received a phone call from a man claiming he was in a vehicle in the parking lot of Home Depot, located at 1200 South Flower Street, armed with a gun, saying he was going to shoot people.

They Protect and Serve, With a Little Horse Wrangling on the Side

Burbank Police never know what the next call will be and this was no different as they had to reunite a horse and owner (Video also)

Burbank Police Log: May 1 – May 7

Keeping the city safe and sound is the job of the men and women in blue.

Burbank Police Department is Hiring! Here’s What You Need to Know.

National Police Week is this week from May 15-23 and the Burbank Police Department (BPD) is currently recruiting candidates to apply and join their team. As of January 1, 2023 the department has 146 of the 160 budgeted sworn police positions filled leaving them at 91% staffed.

Burbank Police Log: April 24 – April 30

A seven-day summary of the people taken into custody by the police department.

Suspect Rams Into Police Vehicle Trying to Escape Injuring Officer

Crash injures officer, suspects then fled in second vehicle with police in pursuit until they were apprehended

Man Enters Burroughs High Campus During School, Chased Off by a Student

Intruder gained access through a gate on Parish and reportedly tried to steal a sweatshirt according to police who were dispatched over 30 minutes later

Burbank Police Log: April 17 – April 23

The Burbank police department wants to keep the city safe and protected.

Burbank Police Log: April 10 – April 16

A summary of those arrested by the Burbank police department.

Burbank Police Log: April 3 – April 9

The hard-working and dedicated police department is on guard 24 hours.

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BHRC Invites the Public for Community Field Trip to Cesar Chavez National Monument

The Burbank Human Relations Council is sponsoring a field trip for Burbank leaders, community members and families to the Cesar Chavez National Monument in Keene, California on Saturday, June 10th. The chartered bus will depart from the Olive Park parking lot north of the Josalyn Center off North Griffith Park Drive between Olive and Clark Streets at 8am, arriving back in Burbank at 4pm.