Safeguard your identity, your bank account and the carefully chosen gifts you ordered for the holidays with these tips.
Crime Prevention & Public Safety Resources
The Lakewood Sheriff’s Station is offering its parking lot as a safe location for buyers and sellers to meet to complete online transactions.
Empty boxes that advertise gifts like “50-Inch 4K TV” are a sign to a potential burglar of the expensive new gadgets in your home.
During the holidays Lakewood Station is encouraging residents to report anything unusual.
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.
Lakewood residents are invited to enjoy a cup of coffee with local Sheriff’s deputies on Wednesday, October 3, 8 - 10 a.m.
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.
Metallic balloons, popular for parties and celebrations, are extremely dangerous when released--intentionally or not--to drift into power lines.
The Lakewood Sheriff’s Station is asking for the public's help to report the sale or use of illegal fireworks immediately.