Beverly Hills Police Department

  • Agency: Beverly Hills Police Department
  • Address: 464 N. Rexford Drive, Beverly Hills, 90210 CA
  • Chief: David L Snowden (Chief of Police)
Phone: (310) 550-4951
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Beverly Hills Police Department is located at 464 N. Rexford Drive, Beverly Hills, 90210 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is David L Snowden. The Beverly Hills Police Department phone number is (310) 550-4951.

Beverly Hills Police Department News

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MEDIA RELEASE: Identification of Burglary Suspect On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, a burglary occurred at 9400 Brighton Way. At 01:13 AM, the suspect in the below image is captured on video at the crime scene. The suspect used an unknown object to shatter the front glass door. He entered the business and stole a cash register containing currency. The suspect is described as a male, black, 25-30 years old wearing a black-hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, and black tennis shoes at the time of the crime. An older model grey BMW 3-series, 4-door, was seen traveling away from the crime scene at the approximate time of the incident and may have been involved. Anyone with information about the identity of the suspect or vehicle is encouraged to contact the Beverly Hills Police Department’s Detective Bureau at (310) 285-2158.

Please be aware of the LA Marathon's street closures & traffic impact in Beverly Hills this Sunday. For more info see www.nixle.com/9ZBAP

MEDIA RELEASE: Beverly Hills PD Appoints Second School Resource Officer On Monday, March 12, 2018, the Beverly Hills Police Department appointed another School Resource Officer (SRO) to the Youth Services Division. Officer Anne Marie Lunsman, a former SRO, joins Officer Stephanie Frias, Juvenile Detective Ubaldo Mendoza and a cadre of Adopt-a-School Officers to work in partnership with the Beverly Hills Unified School District, parents and the community served. School safety continues to be a priority for the Beverly Hills Police Department and the addition of a second SRO is another step in the right direction.

MEDIA RELEASE: Three Burglary Suspects Arrested after Vehicle Pursuit On March 13, 2018, at approximately 11:40 p.m., Beverly Hills Police received a report of a Commercial Burglary in progress in the 400-block of N. Rodeo Dr. A security guard confronted three suspects inside a jewelry store. The suspects had accessed the store after smashing a glass door. One of the suspects assaulted the security guard as he attempted to intervene. The three suspects fled the crime scene in a vehicle. Beverly Hills Police Officers quickly responded to the scene and surrounding area to search for the suspects’ vehicle. The suspects’ vehicle was located in the area of Wilshire Blvd. and Veteran Ave. An enforcement stop was attempted; however, the suspects failed to yield and a vehicle pursuit ensued. The pursuit terminated in the area of Manhattan Beach Blvd. and Cranbrook Ave. in the City of Lawndale, after the driver abruptly stopped, exited the vehicle and fled on foot. The driver was apprehended after a short foot pursuit. The other two occupants were apprehended from the vehicle. Several pieces of stolen jewelry were recovered during the investigation. Brenden Clayton, 22, of Bellflower, was arrested for Robbery, Commercial Burglary, Eluding a Pursuing Peace Officer and Obstructing a Peace Officer. Clayton is on Felony Probation for Conspiracy to Commit Pimping. Markess Damond Coleman, 20, of Los Angeles was arrested for Robbery and Commercial Burglary. Coleman is on Post Release Community Supervision (PRCS), per AB109, for Assault. Jamel Kenneth Walker, 20, of Cypress was arrested for Robbery and Commercial Burglary. Walker is on Summary Probation for Possession of Burglary Tools. Clayton and Coleman are being held without bail. Walker is being held on $100,000 bail. All are scheduled to appear at the Airport Courthouse on March 16, 2018 for arraignment.

MEDIA RELEASE: Chief Spagnoli Announces Formation of the Police Chief’s Advisory Panel In support of the well-established, 20-year Police and Community Together (PACT) initiative, Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli announces the formation of a community panel, designed to expand the BHPD community outreach. The Chief's Advisory Panel will be established under the direction of the Chief of Police and created to act as a community resource for the Chief in the formation of strategies, development of community policing concepts and increasing public awareness. The Panel is intended to provide a forum for discussions concerning community concerns and the goal is to have a broad spectrum of viewpoints represented. The rotating membership of the panel will be comprised of up to 20 citizens from throughout the community who represent a range of interests and experience. Members are from diverse backgrounds, including business, education, non-profits, public relations, faith-based community and more. The role of the Panel members shall include (but not be limited to): • Act as a sounding board for the Chief of Police regarding community needs and concerns, as well as provide community feedback to current and proposed police programs and priorities. • Apprise the Chief of Police directly of the community’s need for police services. • Assist in educating the community at large about the function and role of the Beverly Hills Police Department. • Attend monthly meetings. • Be a City of Beverly Hills resident, business owner or active in the Beverly Hills community. Member Selection Members are selected by the Chief. Members are chosen to serve for a minimum of one year to a maximum of two years on the advisory panel and be selected for their commitment to the community. The Chief's Advisory Panel will be led by the Chief and chairperson. Public safety is a partnership, and this panel will enhance public safety, foster community relationships, build trust and keep our community served safe.

MEDIA RELEASE - Arrest of a Prolific Burglar On March 7, 2018, at 3:51 AM, officers from the Beverly Hills Police Department arrested a suspect for burglary. The suspect, identified as Michael Shawn Drew, 50-years old from Long Beach, was contacted by officers in the area of Sierra Drive and Elevado Ave. Drew matched the description of a suspect responsible for both vehicle and residential burglaries in the city of Beverly Hills, which resulted in his arrest. Burglary Detectives have conducted additional follow-ups and believe that Drew is responsible for at least 12 residential burglaries and 14 vehicle burglaries/thefts. Several of the residential burglaries were of homes that were occupied when Drew made entry. Surrounding agencies have also linked Drew to multiple burglaries and thefts. He is currently on active parole for similar offenses. Drew is being held on $50,000 bail and is due to appear at the airport courthouse on March 9, 2018, for arraignment.

UPDATE: BEVERLY HILLS PD: Police activity has concluded. The streets have been opened for traffic flow. nixle.us/9XPLT ———————- Original Post: ADVISORY: Police activity in the 100 blk of N. Willaman Dr. Please stay away from immediate area. nixle.us/9XPDM

In honor of Presidents’ Day: Comment/Discuss your favorite presidential quotes. BHPD has had the honor and privilege to serve both current and former Presidents of the United States. Check out the link for photos! 🇺🇸 https://instagram.com/p/BfYq6oljZBQ/

BHPD's Traffic and Detective Bureaus will be CLOSED, Monday, Feb. 19th, in observance of the holiday and will reopen Tues, Feb. 20th at 7AM. #PresidentsDay

MEDIA RELEASE - Arrest of Familial Homicide Suspect The Beverly Hills Police Department has made an arrest in connection with a homicide investigation. On October 10, 2017, Beverly Hills Police and Fire responded to a medical emergency in the 600-block of N. Roxbury Drive, after receiving a 9-1-1 call of a female not breathing. Responding officers attempted life saving measures; however, the attempts were futile. The victim, Violet Yacobi, 67 years of age, was pronounced deceased at the scene. The preliminary investigation revealed that prior to the 9-1-1 call, Violet’s adult son and daughter went to the residence to check on her after unsuccessful attempts to contact her by phone. It was at that time they discovered Violet unconscious and not breathing inside her residence. Beverly Hills Police Detectives, the United States Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force – Los Angeles Field Office and the Los Angeles County Coroner initiated an investigation into the circumstances surrounding Violet’s death. During the course of their investigation, it was determined that Violet died as a result of strangulation, and her death was ruled a homicide. Through physical, digital and other evidence, Detectives developed sufficient evidence to believe Violet’s son, Daniel Yacobi, was responsible for her death. The motive is believed to be financial gain. On February 12, 2018, Daniel Yacobi, 36 years of age of Los Angeles, was arrested for Murder, § 187(a) of the California Penal Code. Yacobi is being held without bail. Yacobi is scheduled to appear at the Airport Courthouse for arraignment on February 14, 2018. Anyone with information about this crime is encouraged to contact the Beverly Hills Police Department’s Detective Bureau at (310) 285-2158.

Yesterday morning, BHPD celebrated the achievements of our Explorer Post 0911! We are so proud of how much they have all accomplished while part of this amazing program! #PoliceAndCommunityTogether

GOOD NEWS: Owner and pup have been reunited! 🐶

FOUND DOG: In the area of Carmelita Drive and Canon Drive. If you know who she belongs to please contact BHPD! Found just now. #lostdog

MEDIA RELEASE: City of Beverly Hills to Expand CCTV System On January 22, 2018, the City of Beverly Hills announced plans to continue expansion of its Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) project. The City currently operates and monitors over 600 CCTV cameras within Beverly Hills. Current plans include an expansion of CCTV cameras into residential neighborhoods as a mechanism to thwart crime, apprehend suspects and increase public safety. Cameras will be strategically placed in key areas within the City with significant consideration for the privacy interests of residents. Part of the expansion also includes a plan to provide awareness to residents and visitors. Residents and visitors will soon see signage within the City providing notice of the use and monitoring of CCTV cameras. These notices are an effective crime prevention tool. “The City Council is in full support of this absolutely essential technology,” said Mayor Lili Bosse. “We must send a clear message that the City of Beverly Hills is watching and criminals will be caught and prosecuted.” The City of Beverly Hills is proud to utilize this advanced technology to increase public safety and provide an optimal experience for residents and visitors.

1/21/18 Update: Good news. The elderly female has been located and is well! —————————— SILVER ALERT - Please help us locate a missing elderly female. nixle.us/9TT3H

BHPD's Traffic and Detective Bureaus will be CLOSED, Monday, Jan. 15th, in observance of the holiday and will reopen Tues, Jan. 16th at 7AM. #MLKDay

The City of Beverly Hills would like you to be aware of the updates to the N Santa Monica Blvd Reconstruction Project, as it may impact your commute. Traffic Impacts – Two lanes open westbound; eastbound lanes closed at Crescent Drive. Eastbound traffic will be diverted to S. Santa Monica Boulevard. (See detour map) Construction Activity - Removing and replacing road and subgrade Work Hours: Mon.- Fri., day 8 a.m.- 6 p.m. and night 8 p.m.- 6 a.m. If you have any questions, please call the project helpline at (424) 339-9033. The Project will reconstruct a segment (approximately 1.5 miles) of North Santa Monica Boulevard extending from Wilshire Boulevard to Doheny Drive in the City of Beverly Hills. The project will rebuild the deteriorating roadway; upgrade the storm drain system, replace curb and gutters; upgrade access ramps to American with Disability Access (ADA) standards; and install new LED street lights. Enhancements to the roadway include the installation of a bioswale on the north side, landscaping improvements, and widening the south side between Canon Drive and Wilshire Boulevard. The City Council formed a 15-member Blue Ribbon Committee in 2013 to conduct public outreach and develop recommendations for the project design. The City Council also appointed the Traffic and Parking Commission to develop recommendations for traffic mitigation. Please watch this video for a brief background of the project. https://vimeo.com/180674760 CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES The City has awarded a contract to the lowest responsible bidder, Griffith Company, for the North Santa Monica Boulevard Reconstruction Project and an agreement with Berg and Associates, inc. for construction management services on July 19, 2016. Construction began in January 2017 and is scheduled for completion in the Spring of 2018, several months ahead of schedule. SMBlvd Helpline: (424) 339-9033 Email: smblvd@beverlyhills.org http://nixle.us/9T3CX/

The Golden Globes arrivals are underway!

Getting ready for another great Golden Globes in Beverly Hills!

More useful information about how the #GoldenGlobes will impact traffic patterns and what BHPD's involvement https://vimeo.com/249865448

Road Closures Planned for Golden Globe Awards Jan. 7 - Access Maintained for Residents, Club Members The 75th annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony will take place at the Beverly Hilton on Jan. 7, 2018, as it has for more than 40 years. This year, the Beverly Hills Police Department is deploying additional staff and security measures to ensure a safe and secure site, utilising the latest technology and best practices for high profile events. Road closures will be set up on Wilshire and Santa Monica boulevards with access provided only to local residents and to the Los Angeles Country Club members. Alternate east-west routes include: S. Santa Monica, Olympic, Pico and Sunset boulevards. Additionally, partial closures will be established on Trenton, Whittier, Carmelita, Elevado and Lomitas, with access granted only to residents. All north/south streets east of Bedford Dr will remain open. Parking restrictions will be imposed on all affected streets. Please note that Wilshire Boulevard near La Cienega Boulevard will be closed for construction of the Metro Purple Line project Jan. 5-8. This is a complete closure of Wilshire Boulevard and may cause additional traffic congestion in the eastern part of the City. A map depicting the Golden Globe road closures is attached and the schedule is outlined below: N. Santa Monica Blvd. Westbound: complete closure from Wilshire Blvd. to Century Park East from 5:00 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 5 through 4:00 a.m. on Mon., Jan. 8. Eastbound: complete closure from Century Park East to Wilshire Blvd. from 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 6 through 4:00 a.m. on Mon., Jan. 8. Wilshire Blvd. Westbound: Closure from S. Santa Monica Blvd. to Beverly Glen Blvd. from 7 a.m. on Sun., Jan. 7 to 1:00 a.m. on Mon., Jan. 8. Eastbound: closure from Beverly Glen Blvd. to Santa Monica Blvd. with local access provided to residents in the 10200-10300 blocks of Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles from 7 a.m. on Sun., Jan. 7 to 1:00 a.m. on Mon., Jan. 8. Whittier Dr. North/South: Limited closure between Wilshire and Sunset boulevards with local access to residents only from 7:00 a.m. on Sun., Jan. 7 through 1:00 a.m. on Mon., Jan. 8. Alternate Routes: All north/south streets east of Bedford Dr will remain open. Trenton Dr. Northbound: complete closure at Wilshire Blvd. from 7:00 a.m. on Sun, Jan. 7 through 1:00 a.m. on Mon., Jan. 8. Alternate Route: Access Trenton from Elevado Ave. Carmelita/Elevado/Lomitas Ave. Westbound: limited closure at Walden Dr with local access to residents only from 7:00 am. on Sun., Jan. 7 through 1:00 a.m. on Mon., Jan. 8. Parking Restrictions: Parking will be completely restricted (no exceptions) on Sun., Jan. 7, from 6:00 a.m. to midnight on the following streets: • Whittier Dr: Wilshire Blvd. to Sunset Blvd. • Greenway Dr: Sunset Blvd. to Whittier Dr Parking will be limited to resident vehicles with a permit or exemption code on Sun., Jan. 7, from 6:00 a.m. to midnight on the following streets: • Carmelita Ave: Wilshire Blvd. to Walden Dr • Lomitas Ave: Whittier Dr to Walden Dr • Elevado Ave: Wilshire Blvd. to Walden Dr • Trenton Dr: Whittier Dr to Wilshire Blvd. • Walden Dr: Santa Monica Blvd. to Whittier Dr Resources: For residents without permit parking, a parking exemption can be obtained by Contacting the City’s Parking Exemption Line at (310) 285-2548 or online at www.beverlyhills.org/parkingexemptions. For information regarding the METRO project Wilshire Blvd closure between La Cienega Blvd and San Vicente, please visit: www.beverlyhills.org/purpleline. For updated information regarding the Golden Globes traffic closures and parking restrictions, please visit: www.beverlyhills.org/goldenglobes. For questions prior to the day of the event, please call the Police Department Traffic Bureau at (310) 285-2196. For questions on the day of the event, please call the City of Beverly Hills Hotline at (310) 550- 4680.

BHPD's Traffic and Detective Bureaus will be CLOSED, Monday, Jan. 1st, in observance of the holiday and will reopen Tues, Jan. 2nd at 7AM. #HappyNewYear

The #GoldenGlobes are coming to #BeverlyHills on Sunday, January 7. Visit http://www.beverlyhills.org/GoldenGlobes to learn more about upcoming street closures in the area.

During the holiday weekend make sure to look over the parking exemptions that will be in effect. Have a wonderful holiday! beverlyhills.org/holidayparking