Hawthorne Police Department

  • Agency: Hawthorne Police Department
  • Address: 12501 Hawthorne Blvd, Hawthorne, 90250 CA
  • Chief: Robert D. Fager (Chief of Police)
Phone: (310) 349-2700

Hawthorne Police Department is located at 12501 Hawthorne Blvd, Hawthorne, 90250 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert D. Fager. The Hawthorne Police Department phone number is (310) 349-2700.

Hawthorne Police Department News

Check out this Hawthorne Police Department motorcycle training and safety course. on the web at www.ridetolive.com or on facebook at www.facebook.com/hawthornepoliceridetolive

Capt Catano and the ladies from Group con Decision having a chat at McDonalds during today's Coffee with a Cop

Scottie is always willing to lead a paw- # Richstone Family Center #newplayarea #volunteers

Join Hawthorne PD for Coffee with a Cop on Thursday November 2nd, 2017.

Photo is from the end of a pursuit this morning. Started in Hawthorne when Officers spotted a stolen vehicle. The chase ended on the 105 freeway near Vermont when the suspect (16 yr old juvenile) hit the K-rail and flipped over. Fortunately there were no injuries to the public, officers, and the suspect. Nice work out there!

Hawthorne Force and Power Practice started playing today ! We had lots of new players learning to skate as well as the power project girls team back on the ice .

Sgt Cognac w some new SWAT team members at the Halloween Safety Fair ! #toocute

Chief Fager is already recruiting the HPD Rookies for the class of 2031 at the Halloween safety fair

Don't forget to grab your costumes and join us today for the 5th annual Hawthorne Police -LA Kings Halloween Safety carnival . There will be games and street hockey and an appearance by the LA Chariot crew...it's from 11-2 pm TODAY in front of city hall 4400 w 126 st . See you there !

Join HPD Officers for Coffee with a Cop on Nov 2nd at McDonalds at Rosecrans and Yukon from 8-10 am. No agenda and no speeches, just good conversation. See you there!

Head on out to CPK and show this promotion to your server and they will donate 20% of your check to help fight breast cancer. 🎀 #cancersucks

Traffic collision today around 10 am at 136th/Washington. Both drivers injured and taken to a local hospital. Fortunately no pedestrians were around when this occurred. Please be careful out there.

Watch Dateline NBC tonight , this Hawthorne Police Dept. case was solved as a result of hard work, and involved community members that demanded justice for Crystal Taylor and her unborn child.

Come join us again this year for the annual HPD LA Kings Halloween Safety event on October 28th 11 am to 2 pm , Make sure the kids wear costumes, its always a blast! See you there!

5 Ways to a Safer Teen

We had over a thousand police agencies participate in the 2nd annual National Coffee with a Cop Day on October 4th. There were events in all 50 states and in Australia and Canada. We held our event at the McDonald's where it all started from back in 2011. Proud that this program (started right here in Hawthorne) has expanded to all across the country and beyond! Visit www.coffeewithacop.com for more information.

National Teen Driver Safety Week

Quick thinking employees and some good work by our patrol officers and Detectives led to the arrest of a person who threatened co-workers with a shotgun. Press Release: On Monday, October 16, 2017, at 4:35 PM, Hawthorne police officers responded to a business in the 12700 block of Chadron Ave. Earlier in the day, two employees had gotten into an argument with one another. Shortly after 4:30 PM, one of the involved employees, later identified as Alan Wilson, arrived at the business and continued the argument started earlier in the day. Wilson exited the building, and was seen by other employees removing a shotgun from the backseat of his car in the parking lot. Those employees locked the doors to the business, and barricaded themselves inside, out of fear for their own safety. Officers obtained enough information on Wilson to confirm a vehicle which was registered in his name. Wilson’s unoccupied parked car was located by patrol officers in the 4100 block of El Segundo Blvd. A surveillance of Wilson’s parked car began shortly after midnight, on Tuesday, October 17. At about 5:45 AM, Wilson entered his parked car and drove away. Officers stopped Wilson nearby where he was placed under arrest without incident. Officers did not locate any weapons inside Wilson’s car. Hawthorne police detectives continued to investigate, and developed information on two locations where Wilson may have been staying. Search warrants were obtained on both locations. One location was in the 1900 block of Lohengrin Street in Los Angeles. The second was in the 4100 block of El Segundo Blvd. in Hawthorne. Detectives located a shotgun, and two boxes of 12 gauge shotgun shells, at the Hawthorne location. At this time, Wilson, a 33 year old resident of Hawthorne, remains in custody at the Hawthorne Police Department Jail on suspicion of criminal threats. His bail amount has been set at $50,000. Anyone with further information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Hawthorne Police Department Detective Bureau at (310) 349-2820.

Beach Boy Brian Wilson with his Hawthorne Pink Patch, and if you didn't already know the Beach Boys are from Hawthorne, California.