Inglewood Police Department

  • Agency: Inglewood Police Department
  • Address: One Manchester Boulevard, Inglewood, 90301 CA
  • Chief: Jacqueline Seabrooks (Chief of Police)
Phone: 310.412.5211
Fax: 310-330-5758

Inglewood Police Department is located at One Manchester Boulevard, Inglewood, 90301 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Jacqueline Seabrooks. The Inglewood Police Department phone number is 310.412.5211.

Inglewood Police Department News

Suspect is in custody and no injuries reported. Please still avoid the area of Manchester Blvd / Oak Street.

Check out some of the photos from Halloween πŸŽƒ of children dressed up as police officers.

The Communications Division participated in the Halloween festivities today as our unseen 911 super heroes. Check out these photos and visit to apply to become a public safety dispatcher!

πŸŽƒ Halloween Safety Tips πŸŽƒ

It is with regret that we announce the passing of former Beat Center Liaison LaVerne T. Mann. Ms. LaVerne Mann worked as a volunteer and Community Center Liaison from 1993 - 2013. She was a staple at the Beat 3 Center (2901 W. Manchester Boulevard) when it first opened in 1999. A memorial for Ms. LaVerne Mann will be held on Saturday, November 4, 2017, 1:00PM, at Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church at 9300 S. Crenshaw Boulevard in Inglewood.

A citizen sent an email to the department and took a photo to thank our officers for understanding the importance of community relations. The officers went the extra mile to show genuine concern. #communityrelations #workingtogether #inglewoodpd #cityofinglewood

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is still going strong! Come by Inglewood City Hall before 2pm today and turn in your unused or expired prescription medication for safe disposal. #nationaltakebackday #cityofinglewood #inglewoodpolice #inglewoodpd #lacfd #dea

Congratulations to our two newest recruits, Officer C. Mandujano and Officer E. Rodriguez!! Officer C. Mandujano received the top academic award for LASD Class 424!!

Join your councilman, neighbors, and police officers for coffee and conversation! Questions call 310-412-5530

Sgt. Perlstein, Officer Melsh and Officer Newman.

Throwback Thursday!!! Check out these photos from the Inglewood Police Law Enforcement Explorer Post 651 final academy class held at Fort MacArthur in San Pedro, circa 1973. Special thanks to Curtis Shepard for sharing the photos!

HOMICIDE On Tuesday, October 24, 2017, at 9:42 PM, Inglewood Police Department patrol units responded to a radio call of a shooting victim in the 4000 block of W. 111th Street. Upon arrival, they discovered an adult male suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. The victim was transported to a local area hospital where he succumbed to his wounds. Detectives are currently following up on leads regarditng possible suspect(s), and the case is on-going. Anyone with additional information about this incident is requested to contact the Inglewood Police Homicide Section at 310-412-5246 or the 24-hour anonymous hotline number at β€œ888-41-CRIME” (888-412-7463). Please refer to GO# 17-74681

October 15 -21 is Teen Driver Safety Week. What your teen needs to know to be safe while driving.

SOLD OUT!!! The Inglewood Police Officers Association has sold out of the pink patches. Thank you for your support!

Turn in your unused or expired prescription medication for safe disposal.

Night watch patrol picked up some fresh air tonight for briefing. #inglewood #inglewoodpd #nightshift #inglewoodpolice

****UPDATE**** Pernell Wylie has been located! Thank you for your assistance. NEWS RELEASE - Missing Critical Adult Pernell Wylie was last seen on Thursday, October 12, 2017 at approximately 1800 hrs at the Target at 3471 W. Century Blvd., in the City of Inglewood. He was dropped off by a family member so he could purchase a cell phone, while the family member waited inside the vehicle in the parking lot. Pernell never returned to the vehicle, and it is unknown at this time if he made a purchase inside of Target. Pernell Wylie takes medication for schizophrenia, anxiety, and diabetes. Family members indicate that Pernell has the mental capacity of a 10 year old, is unable to care for himself and is unable to find his way back home. Report #: 17-71637