Community Lead Officers Press Release
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Torrance Police Department is located at 3300 Civic Center Dr., Torrance, 90503 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is John J Neu. The Torrance Police Department phone number is (310) 328-3456.
Community Lead Officers Press Release
We want to remind all the families out tonight: - Be smart. - Be safe. - Be seen. Use caution when crossing driveways and look both ways before crossing the street. Carry a flash light and use reflective tape or stickers on your costume or bag to be seen. Walk, don’t run and don’t text or use devices while walking. Have a safe Halloween!! 👻🎃 We're here if you need us!
Traffic has resumed in all directions at Crenshaw Blvd. between 190th St. & Del Amo Blvd. and Del Amo Blvd. overpass between Crenshaw Blvd. & Maple Ave. following the testing of the proper function of the street barriers.
Happy Halloween! 🎃 Last week our officers put on an Anti-Bullying/Halloween Safety seminar at Elite Training Center and had a great time with all the kiddos. Everyone stay safe tonight! 🍬 👻
On Wednesday, October 31st the following roads will be closed to test the proper function of the street barriers. Crenshaw Blvd. between 190th St. & Del Amo Blvd. will be closed from 9 a.m. – 10 a.m. Del Amo Blvd. overpass between Crenshaw Blvd. & Maple Ave. will be closed from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. T P D will reroute all traffic.
As the Holiday Season approaches, help reduce auto burglaries in your neighborhood. #9PMRoutine
Thank you to those who stopped by the TPD Station to drop off expired/unused prescription medications. We collected over 11 boxes worth! Our next Drug Takeback event will be in April of 2019. #TakebackDay #RxTakeback #DontBeTheDealer #DEA
All lanes on Western Ave. between Del Amo Blvd. and 206th Street are now open after an earlier traffic collision. T P D units have cleared the scene.
Northbound and southbound traffic on Western Ave. is temporarily closed between Del Amo Blvd. and 206th Street due to a traffic collision. T P D units are on scene. Duration is unknown. Please avoid the area and use alternate routes until further notice.
All lanes on Walnut St. are now open to traffic following police activity. All T P D units have cleared the scene.
Police activity in the area of the 22900 Block of Walnut St. North bound and South bound lanes of Walnut St. in this area are closed. Duration is unknown. Please avoid the area until further notice.
Traffic has resumed in all directions at Crenshaw and Artesia Blvd. following road work that was done earlier this morning.
The traffic signals at the intersection of Artesia Blvd. and Casimir Ave. are up and running.
Northbound Crenshaw Blvd. is down to one lane at Artesia Blvd. due to road work. Duration is unknown. Please avoid the area.
Traffic signal out at the intersection of Artesia Blvd. and Casimir Ave. Duration is unknown. Please avoid the area until further notice.
Northbound Crenshaw Blvd. is down to one lane due to road work. Duration is unknown. Please avoid the area.
Join us this Saturday, October 27th, from 10 am - 2 pm. TPD will be partnering with the DEA for National Drug Takeback Day. If you have have any unused or expired prescription drugs in your home (no syringes), you can drop them off at the Torrance Police Station Lobby on Saturday. https://takebackday.dea.gov
Here are a few photographs from one of the first ever Torrance Police SWAT training days. The Torrance Police Department SWAT training was initiated in 1969 and training began in the early 1970's, which included sending a team to Quantico, VA for an FBI course. #WayBackWednesday #SWAT
The area of Amsler St. and Dormont Ave. is now open after a water main break caused temporary closures from around 5pm yesterday, until earlier this morning.
The area of Amsler St. and Dormont Ave. is closed due to a water main break. Please avoid the area until further notice.
Torrance PD was in attendance to help raise funds for a local non-profit supporting homeless families in the South Bay. #FamilyPromise #K9
It's safe to say, Officer Fletcher is a little excited for the World Series! #ITFDB #DodgerBlue #BackTheBlue #ThickBlueLine
Traffic has resumed on 236th St. from Arlington Ave. to Cabrillo Ave. following a structure fire.
Traffic has resumed on 190th St. from Gramercy Pl. to the 405 Fwy off and on ramp following a sewer leak.