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13851 Fiji Way Marina del Rey, CA 90292 - Phone: (310) 482-6000 www.MarinaDelRey.lasd.org
Expo Station Construction Crenshaw Blvd Closures Nov 7-24 & Dec 1-14 Crenshaw Blvd will undergo extended closures over multiple consecutive days in order to support excavation and decking activities for construction of the underground Exposition Station. Crenshaw Blvd will be closed 24/7 between Exposition Blvd and Coliseum St on the following dates: November 7th through November 24th Beginning at 9:00pm on 11/7 Re-opening at 6:00am on 11/24 December 1st through December 14th Beginning at 9:00pm on 12/1 Re-opening at 6:00am on 12/14 Crenshaw Blvd will reopen without any closures during the week of Thanksgiving, November 24-30. Upon completion of these closures and work activities for the Exposition Station, construction will continue below Crenshaw Blvd with minimal impact to the traveling public throughout the remainder of station construction. The traveling public is advised to please plan ahead to avoid traffic delays during the full closure of Crenshaw Blvd. Traffic control measures and signage will be implemented throughout the closure. Detour routes have been approved by the City of Los Angeles and are as follows: Southbound Detour: Right at Jefferson Left at La Brea Left at Rodeo Rd Right at MLK Bl Right at Crenshaw Bl Northbound Detour: Right at MLK Bl Left at Western Left at Jefferson Right at Crenshaw Bl
Burglary Suspect Arrested On November 5, 2014, Marina del Rey Sheriff’s and the South Los Angeles Sheriff’s Community Policing Team (COPS) conducted a burglar suppression operation in the View Park area. A burglary now call ... View more for service was generated in the 3500 block of Floresta Avenue. The informant said he saw a male adult enter a window on the west side of the location. When Deputy Sheriff’s arrived at the location, they saw a suspect exit the window and ran towards the 5100 block of Chesley Avenue. A second suspect was seen jumping a fence east of the location on Floresta Avenue. Deputy Sheriff’s established a containment of the area, with the assistance of responding units and aero bureau, covering Brynhurst to the east, Chesley to the west, 52nd Street to the south and Floresta to the the north. Marina del Rey Sheriff's set up a command post and created a tactical plan. They requested the Sheriff’s Canine unit to respond to the location to assist in the search of the outstanding suspects. A search team along with Canine searched the area in the containment and located the suspect hiding in a garage. He was taken into custody without incident. We were unable to locate the second suspect male involved. Deputy Sheriff’s contacted the informant who positively identified the suspect that entered the house. Deputy Sheriff’s also recovered stolen items from the location on the person of the suspect which was returned back to the owner. As a result, Marina del Rey Sheriff's personnel along with the COPS team cleared the location and safely rendered it safe. The suspect was arrested for Burglary which is a felony. 459. Every person who enters any house, room, apartment, tenement, shop, warehouse, store, mill, barn, stable, outhouse or other building, tent, vessel, as defined in Section 21 of the Harbors and Navigation Code, floating home, as defined in subdivision (d) of Section 18075.55 of the Health and Safety Code, railroad car, locked or sealed cargo container, whether or not mounted on a vehicle, trailer coach, as defined in Section 635 of the Vehicle Code, any house car, as defined in Section 362 of the Vehicle Code, inhabited camper, as defined in Section 243 of the Vehicle Code, vehicle as defined by the Vehicle Code, when the doors are locked, aircraft as defined by Section 21012 of the Public Utilities Code, or mine or any underground portion thereof, with intent to commit grand or petit larceny or any felony is guilty of burglary. As used in this chapter, "inhabited" means currently being used for dwelling purposes, whether occupied or not. A house, trailer, vessel designed for habitation, or portion of a building is currently being used for dwelling purposes if, at the time of the burglary, it was not occupied solely because a natural or other disaster caused the occupants to leave the premises.
Marina del Rey Station Overall Crime Rate DropsRecently the Ladera Heights, Windsor Hills, and View Park areas patrolled by Marina del Rey Station deputies have experienced several residential and vehicle burglaries. The rate of these thefts are down from October and we are intensifying our patrol activities and responses. A majority of the thefts are occurring during the morning and early afternoon hours. We want to remind residents to be vigilant at all hours and contact the station if you see something suspicious. Please call our business line at (310) 482-6000 for suspicious activity and 911 if you are reporting an emergency or a crime in progress. All residents should review the below listed suggestions to better secure their homes, vehicles and property. - Do not keep or store valuable items in your vehicle, or in plain sight. Frequently, cellphones, I-Pads, and lap top computers are left on a car’s seat and can be quickly accessed and stolen. - Be sure your vehicle is locked and secured even in your driveway or in front of your residence. - Walk around your home and inspect any area you think a burglar would attempt to access. - Every external door should have a sturdy dead bolt lock. Especially entrances at the rear of your property. - Place wooden dowels along the inside of the window tracks to secure windows and sliding doors. - Give extra keys to neighbors instead of hiding them outside of your home. - If doors don’t fit tightly in their frames, install weather stripping or additional casing around them. - Install exterior lights and keep your home well lit at night. - Consider leaving a television or radio on when you leave for short periods of time, if feasible. - Consider installing a monitored house alarm system if you travel often. - Video surveillance systems, available at Costco and other local retailers, are affordable, reliable, and can be monitored remotely on your cellphone. Additionally, our detectives are reviewing videotape recordings from several of your neighbors systems to help us identify the suspects committing these crimes. When an incident takes place in your neighborhood, review your recordings to see if you have captured any related suspicious activity. - Consider leaving a car in the driveway, rather than parking it in the garage, which gives the appearance that someone is home. - Limit the view inside of your home, especially if valuables can be seen from open doors and windows. This can be accomplished simply by keeping drapes and blinds closed. - Report ALL suspicious solicitors or suspicious persons in the area to Marina del Rey Station. Record the license plates of suspicious vehicles in your neighborhood and report them to us. - Especially with the holidays upon us, have packages and orders delivered to you at work if you can’t arrange to be home on the expected delivery date. Neighbors can also be utilized to accept packages in your absence. - Create a neighborhood watch on your block. Talk to your neighbors and advise them when you will be absent or when you see suspicious activity occurring in your neighborhood. Share your concerns so everyone can be on the lookout.
Annual Polar Plunge for Special OlympicsRun, walk, or dance into the chilly waters of Marina "Mother's" Beach in Marina del Rey on February 28 to raise funds for Special Olympics Southern California. For just a minimum of $50, you can participate in the coolest event of 2015 — the Polar Plunge. Not only will you brave the cold waters, but you'll have the opportunity to earn incentives, party with friends, and show off your plunge power to help support Special Olympics.
LASD-Marina del Rey Station Boat Deputies proudly serving the community of Marina del ReyA gray baby whale in Marina del Rey harbor, drawing onlookers. LASD Harbor Patrol Deputies portecting the whale from boats in the main channel.
Marina del Rey Community RelationsCommunity Relations / Special Problems Team personnel organize, mobilize, and facilitate communication with the public and motivate community members to participate in problem solving partnerships. They organize groups such as neighborhood watch meetings, Community Advisory Councils, business owners' associations, and homeowners' associations. They attend comunity meetings and advise the public on neighborhood safety, crime awareness, and building security. Duties also include organizing youth activity leagues that provide a positive outlet for juveniles through activities such as sports, volunteer work, and education.
Marina del Rey Reserve ProgramReserve Deputy Sheriffs are citizens who are utilized to supplement the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's law enforcement manpower at Marina del Rey Station. Like full-time deputies, Reserve Deputies are professionally trained and duly sworn law enforcement personnel and perform general law enforcement duties, including crime prevention and investigation, responding to calls, traffic control, and enforcement of laws. Contact Sergeant Ron Thrash at the Ladera Sheriff's Service Center (310) 410-7604.
Marina del Rey Operation Kid PrintOperation Kid Print is a program that provides parents a confidential way of recording a child's vital identification information and a physical description card of their children, for their records. Contact Deputy Keith Harrison at the Ladera Sheriff's Service Center (310) 410-7600.
Marina del Rey Neighborhood Watch ProgramNeighborhood Watch is an effective program aimed at keeping crime out of your neighborhood. It relies on the best crime-fighting tool ever invented - a good neighbor. Fortunately, good neighbors are found everywhere. Neighborhood Crime Watch encourages citizen participation in reducing crime. Residents and law enforcement work together to achieve one common goal – "Making Their Neighborhoods Safe." Residents are taught how to protect their property and report suspicious activities to the police. Neighborhood Watch also helps build pride and serves as a springboard for efforts that address ther community concerns. They also receive important information immediately by fax or email on any crimes that are occurring near them. Contact Deputy Joseluis Tapia to start a Neighborhood Watch program in your neighborhood.
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