At last, the countdown to Christmas is finally winding down and the day is finally here. We all know that the Holiday season is for spreading merriment and enjoying the Holidays with family, friends and loved ones.
It is also a time that the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is in full force making sure people are driving safely and enjoying the Holiday season by abiding the law. As office Christmas parties and family potlucks take full swing it’s important to keep in mind that if you are drinking it’s best to either call a cab, designate a driver, or call a friend. Continue reading
House of Bail Bonds Inc. had an LAPD officer come into our office last week asking us if we had seen anything strange from our camera surveillance video. There had been an alleged mugging right outside our 1st street office, in Little Tokyo.
After having our IT department extract the video, we found that there was an indeed a mugging right on 1st street feet away from the Starbucks on Los Angeles, and inches away from our office. Continue reading
An ordinance was approved, in Los Angeles County, on Tuesday that will give animal control officers sole authority when presiding over administrative hearings, and in declaring dogs — a danger to society.
This new law will give animal control officers the right to determine whether a dog should be euthanized, and the ability to judge them vicious. The change to Title 10 will go into effect August 31. Continue reading
Alright Los Angelenos, the theory is that no body walks in L.A, but is that necessarily true?
Yes, everything is Los Angeles is 20 minutes away especially if you live in downtown. The accessibility to freeways is endless. Name a freeway, and there’s an interchange not too far away. Continue reading
National Night Out 2011 will be held August 2, throughout communities across the nation with an aim to educate, bring together, and heighten awareness of local crime and drug prevention.
The 28th annual event will bring together neighborhood organizations, law enforcement agencies, businesses, and local officials in over 15,000 communities across the nation for a meet and greet that not only builds a stronger community but puts a human face on the agencies that protect us.
With the growth of social media and the communication barrier getting smaller everyday, there’s a discrepancy in how we receive and exchange information.
A few years ago, say about 5 years ago, the growth of social media, web technology, and it’s access to the masses was still in it’s infancy. Remember it was only 6 years ago that Youtube was founded, and it was only 4 years ago that we were able to see clear streaming video in our phones. Continue reading