Crime Prevention & Public Safety Resources
Meetings will be held at five parks through August 19.
The Lakewood Sheriff’s Station is asking for the public's help to report the sale or use of illegal fireworks immediately.
9-1-1 Operators have a stressful job, talking with residents who themselves are in very stressful and sometimes emergency situations.
On Friday, October 25 from 4:30 to 10 p.m., the Lakewood Sheriff’s station will be transformed into “The Haunted Jail.”
Despite the good news that property crime was significantly lower in Lakewood in 2018, it’s important we all do our part to keep crime down in 2019 too.
The L.A. Regional Crime Stoppers organization enables people to anonymously give tips about suspects and to receive an award of up to $1,000 if a suspect is arrested.
Several Lakewood residents have received scam phone calls today with the Lakewood City Hall number showing on their caller ID screen.
The Lakewood Sheriff’s Station is offering its parking lot as a safe location for buyers and sellers to meet to complete online transactions.
The City of Lakewood is engaged with the County of Los Angeles and non-profit social service providers to deal with this vexing issue.
Take the quiz to see if you are vulnerable.
The annual Award of Valor luncheon will be held Wednesday, November 7 at The Centre.
Fewer crimes are committed at Lakewood Center per million annual visitors than at other shopping malls surveyed in the south Los Angeles County region.
Lakewood is considered a very safe community, but Lakewood Station personnel are prepared to respond to specialized emergencies.