Pink Patch Project

The Pink Patch Project (#PinkPatchProject) is an innovative public safety awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support breast cancer research organizations in combating this devastating disease. Through the collaborative efforts of several public safety agencies throughout Los Angeles County, and the Los Angeles County Police Chiefs’ Associations, first responders have collectively raised hundreds of thousands of dollars as they stimulate conversation with the community and encourage public awareness about the importance of early... continue reading »"Pink Patch Project"

Pasadena Police/Water & Power have an important message for you

Pasadena Police Department and Pasadena Water & Power have an important message for you! Be Aware of Phone Scams Pasadena Police & Pasadena Water and Power wants you to be aware of a recent fraud attempt. Scammers disguising themselves as PWP employees are attempting to extort money from commercial and residential customers. They are threatening to shut off service unless a payment is made immediately over the phone. Scammers are using spoofing technology to make appear as if the call is... continue reading »"Pasadena Police/Water & Power have an important message for you"

Beware of Utility Phone Scams - Press Release

Pasadena Police and Pasadena Water & Power have an important message for you! Beware of Utility Phone Scams Pasadena Police and Pasadena Water & Power have an important message for you! Beware of Utility Phone Scams PPD and PWP is aware of recent cases where scammers have threatened to cut off service to customers if they don’t make a payment over the phone. For more information about these attempts and how to avoid potential scams, visit: PWPweb.com/FraudProtection Common Scams •Phone... continue reading »"Beware of Utility Phone Scams - Press Release"

Police Department Grant for Youth Accountability Board Funding

The Pasadena Police Department has applied for a $32,078 Justice Assistance Grant from the U.S. Department of Justice to help fund the Youth Accountability Board program. The Youth Accountability Board helps juvenile offenders and juveniles who are having difficulties at home and school reflect on their mistakes, correct their actions and succeed in the future. Swift and appropriate consequences are imposed on youth offenders. Parents share responsibility in the juveniles recognizing the consequences of his/her actions and forming a foundation... continue reading »"Police Department Grant for Youth Accountability Board Funding"

Police Sieze 9 Firearms and Arrest Multiple Armed Suspects

PASADENA, CA – In response to the January 6, double homicide and the injuring of two others, the Pasadena Police has increased patrols throughout the city. Despite a strong police presence, on January 7th, a fifth person was shot and expected to recover. Pasadena Police detectives believe the shootings are gang related and have a nexus to the communities of Duarte and Altadena. In an effort to identify and arrest the suspect(s) responsible for the murders and to prevent potential... continue reading »"Police Sieze 9 Firearms and Arrest Multiple Armed Suspects"

Press Release: Thomas Death Investigation - Release of Names

October 9, 2016 For More Information: LASD SIB: (213) 229-1700 Lt. Vasken Gourdikian: (626) 744-7875 PASADENA POLICE DEPARTMENT RELEASES NAMES OF OFFICERS INVOLVED IN THE DEATH INVESTIGATION OF REGINALD THOMAS PASADENA, CA – On September 30, 2016, at approximately 2:45 A.M., Pasadena Police Officers responded to a 911 call made by a minor requesting assistance with a family disturbance involving Mr. Thomas, who was armed with a knife and fire extinguisher. Officers responded to 252 E. Orange Grove Blvd and... continue reading »"Press Release: Thomas Death Investigation - Release of Names"

Community Q&A, Districts 1, 3, & 5

In response to a recent increase in gun-related violence, including a homicide on February 16, 2016, District 3 Councilmember John J. Kennedy devoted the majority of his February 17 District Meeting to the issue of violence in our community. At his invitation, Councilmember Kennedy was joined by Councilmembers Hampton (District 1) and Councilmember Gordo (District 5) along with Interim City Manager Steve Mermell and Police Chief Phillip Sanchez. Following brief presentations, members of the public were provided an opportunity submit... continue reading »"Community Q&A, Districts 1, 3, & 5"