Burbank Police Department

  • Agency: Burbank Police Department
  • Address: 200 N 3rd St, Burbank, 91510 CA
  • Chief: Scott LaChasse (Chief of Police)
Phone: 818-238-3000

Burbank Police Department is located at 200 N 3rd St, Burbank, 91510 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Scott LaChasse. The Burbank Police Department phone number is 818-238-3000.

Burbank Police Department News

Last night, while on patrol, Burbank Police Officers working gang and crime suppression stopped a vehicle and discovered a large quantity of drugs, prescription medications possessed unlawfully, and stolen credit cards. The two occupants in the vehicle were associated with criminal street gangs and have prior arrests for identity theft and narcotics-related offenses. Both suspects were placed under arrest and booked for fraud and possessing narcotics for sale.

Throwback Thursday to the basement of Burbank City Hall, which used to serve as the Burbank City Jail. Today, the bars and jail cells still exist and are used for storage. If these walls could talk! The ramp seen in one of the photos was used by patrol cars as they were transporting prisoners for booking.

It's Tax season, which means scams and fraud attempts are on the rise. Make sure you don't fall prey to fake I.R.S. calls and other fraudulent communications that might appear authentic. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2omHrIH

2018 Spring Community Academy - Applications are NOW BEING ACCEPTED! The 2018 Burbank Police Department Community Academy will begin on Thursday, April 26, 2018 and run on consecutive Thursdays until June 28, 2018. Applicants must live or work in the City of Burbank to participate. For more information on the Community Academy program: visit http://www.burbankpd.org/community-outreach/community-academy/ TO APPLY FOR THE NEXT COMMUNITY ACADEMY CLASS, CLICK HERE: http://bit.ly/2ErQJJX

Happy Valentine's Day! Thanks to the New Horizon Church Reseda for stopping by and dropping off these awesome survival bags and goodies for our patrol teams! Officers will keep these items in their gear bags to help them through the unexpected on their shifts. We appreciate your kindness and gratitude through the "Blessings 4 Cops" campaign!

Bring your old, unused, and/or expired medications to the rear of the Burbank Police Department for proper disposal - no questions asked! Sponsored by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. *Please do not bring needles or other sharps for drop-off as we cannot accept them.

The Burbank Police Foundation's annual Burbank Police Awards Luncheon is held each year to honor and recognize the outstanding achievements of the men and women of the Burbank Police Department and members of our community. Show your support and appreciation for the terrific job our police force does for us 365 days a year by: • Sponsoring the luncheon, • Taking an officer (or two) to lunch, • Attending yourself! If you can't attend or sponsor, please donate to help ensure the luncheon is a success for our officers. We all want a safe and secure community. Let's recognize and honor the outstanding achievements of those who make it possible. For more information, visit www.burbankpolicefoundation.org

Throwback Thursday to 1984 when the Olympic Torch came through Burbank, California. Good luck to all of the athletes competing in the 2018 Winter Olympic Games!

Last week, the Burbank Police Department welcomed its newest Reserve Police Officer. Officer Rettig was sworn-in after graduating from Reserve Police Academy Class #139. Officer Rettig is a martial artist and is excited about serving the community in patrol. Congrats! Note: A previous version of this post incorrectly identified Officer Rettig as the first female Reserve Police Officer in Burbank. We were reminded, thanks to our followers, of several previous female reserve officers who proudly served the City of Burbank.

Last night, this Honda Civic was caught driving twice the speed limit on Victory Boulevard near the Burbank/North Hollywood border. The driver was stopped and placed under arrest for reckless driving and had his vehicle impounded. To put things into persective, the stopping distance at 70 MPH is about 315 feet, not to mention the time it takes to percieve and react to an obstacle in the roadway. The majority of roadways in the City of Burbank are designated as 35-40 MPH zones, with the exception of residential streets and school zones, which are 25 MPH unless otherwise posted. Please think before driving at a speed that clearly demonstrates a disregard for the safety of the public and our community. Perhaps violators don't follow our social media, but maybe their friends do. If you know drivers who push the limit, tag them, share these, whatever you need to do to help us spread the word and increase safety on our roads.

Kickoff Super Bowl Sunday With a Designated Driver http://bit.ly/2DTUKXv

This past weekend, our Joint Air Support Unit with the Glendale Police Department was patrolling the skies over the Burbank hillside community due to recent complaints of reckless driving, speeding and other vehicle code violations that pose a risk to public safety. Just before midnight on January 27, 2018, Glendale Police Tactical Flight Officers saw a silver sedan doing several circular burnouts in the Castaway Restaurant parking lot. The Tactical Flight Officers followed the car as it left the area, directing a patrol unit to conduct a traffic stop in the 1200 block of Harvard Road. Police Officers identified the driver as a minor and placed him under arrest for reckless driving in an off-street parking facility. The vehicle, a 2017 INFINITI Q50, was impounded. The next time someone chooses to jeopardize the safety of the public by driving recklessly, look up --- we're watching.

Congrats to our Explorers who graduated from the LASD Explorer Academy class #99. 👮🏼🙌🏻

News Release: Armed Robbery Suspects Arrested, Stolen Property Recovered Thanks to our community members who provided witness accounts and helped us solve this one. Read more: http://bit.ly/2nbbqm9

The Burbank Police S.W.A.T. Team activity in the 1800 block of North Niagara Street has concluded. The police investigation is still ongoing and connected to several armed street robberies that occurred early this morning in the City of Burbank.

/// HIKING TRAILS OPEN /// The Stough Canyon and Wildwood Canyon hiking trails have been officially reopened. Please note that the Stough Nature Center and restrooms will remain closed while repairs are completed. The following is an advisory from the City of Burbank Parks and Recreation Department when entering burn areas: TRAIL ADVISORY Entering burned areas. Potential natural hazards may include land failure, mudslide, landslide, gradual or rapid land movement,loose rocks, falling trees or limbs. USE CAUTION ON ALL TRAILS

These photos were taken by Burbank Police Officers yesterday in Montecito, California. They're a reminder of the importance of following evacuation orders. With more rain expected, remember you may not have time to react and mudslides like these may prevent or delay rescue personnel from reaching you.

Happy FRIDAY! Here's a great event taking place TONIGHT at Story Tavern in Downtown Burbank. The Story Tavern Triathlon is a fundraiser benefiting our community and the Burbank Police Foundation. Come out and enjoy the festivities, competition, great food and drinks!

This morning, several Burbank Police Officers deployed to Montecito, California along with other local agencies under a mutual aid operation. Officers are protecting evacuated neighborhoods against theft and looting and escorting emergency response crews in and out of the area. The devastation in the area is unthinkable, but a reality for many. We are honored to be a part of this operation.

City of Burbank Debris Basins Update: http://bit.ly/2mDiKqy