Los Angeles County CA Police Department

Find Los Angeles County, California police departments, precincts, and stations. Police departments provide information on public safety, police reports, dispatch, impounds, and policing.


Alhambra Police Department 211 South 1st Street Alhambra CA 91801 626-570-5151


Arcadia Police Department 250 West Huntington Drive Arcadia CA 91007 626-574-5150

Azusa Police Department 725 North Alameda Avenue Azusa CA 91702 626-812-3200

Baldwin Park Police Department 14403 Pacific Avenue Baldwin Park CA 91706 626-960-1955

Bell Gardens Police Department 7100 Garfield Avenue Bell Gardens CA 90201 562-806-7600

Bell Police Department 6326 Pine Avenue Bell CA 90201 323-585-1245

Beverly Hills Police Department 464 North Rexford Drive Beverly Hills CA 90210 310-550-4951

Burbank Police Department 200 North 3rd Street Burbank CA 91502 818-238-3000

City of Glendora Police Department 150 South Glendora Avenue Glendora CA 91741 626-914-8250

Claremont Police Department 570 West Bonita Avenue Claremont CA 91711 909-399-5411

Covina Police Department 444 North Citrus Avenue Covina CA 91723 626-384-5595

Culver City Police Department 4040 Duquesne Avenue Culver CA 90232 310-837-1221

Downey Police Department 10911 Brookshire Avenue Downey CA 90241 562-861-0771

El Monte Police Department 11333 Valley Boulevard El Monte CA 91731 626-580-2110

El Segundo Police Department 348 Main Street El Segundo CA 90245 310-524-2200

Gardena Police Department 1718 West 162nd Street Gardena CA 90247 310-217-9600

Glendale Police Department 131 North Isabel Street Glendale CA 91206 818-548-4840

Hawthorne Police Department 4440 West 126th Street Hawthorne CA 90250 310-349-2700

Huntington Park Police Department 6542 Miles Avenue Huntington Park CA 90255 323-584-6254

Inglewood Police Department 1 West Manchester Boulevard Inglewood CA 90301 310-412-5211

About Los Angeles County Police Departments

Police Departments in Los Angeles County, CA are law enforcement agencies that are responsible for policing the Los Angeles County community. Los Angeles County police promote public safety by preventing crime, stopping crimes in process, criminal investigations, and by providing first response to emergencies.

You may contact the Police Department for questions about:
  • Los Angeles County public criminal records
  • Filing accident reports
  • Filing Los Angeles County police reports
  • 911 emergencies and first responders
  • Filing complaints and public safety concerns
  • Fingerprinting services
  • Los Angeles County Police jobs and employment
Los Angeles County Criminal Records

Los Angeles County Police Stations keep public records that are available to the public including criminal records, arrest records, police reports, accident reports, police blotters, and Los Angeles County crime maps. Police Depts may also provide information about driving history, traffic violations, parking tickets, and car accident reports that may be required for insurance claims.

Crime Prevention

Los Angeles County Police Officers are empowered to protect the community through various laws and statutes granted by the state of California and local community ordinances. Policing powers are used to prevent and deter crime in Los Angeles County, CA and may include arrest and detainment, stop and search, issuing tickets and fines, and performing investigations of criminal activity.

Police Department Units

Police Departments in Los Angeles County are broken down into several internal units, each tasked with a specific set of policing responsibilities and goals. The Los Angeles County Police Patrol works to promote public safety through Police Officer presence, typically in Police cars, foot patrol, bicycle police, and by providing emergency response. Los Angeles County Detective units are tasked with gathering evidence, investigating and solving crimes to aid the effort of criminal prosecution. Traffic Control Police enforce Los Angeles County traffic safety laws through the issuance of fines and driving tickets for traffic and driving violations.

Los Angeles County Police Dept Specialized Units

The Los Angeles County Police are organized into specialized task groups to help combat crime and public safety issues. These specialized task forces include domestic violence units, anti-gang squads, and drugs and narcotics units. Police Officers work to improve relations in the Los Angeles County community through focused community policing groups which establish ties with local businesses, neighborhood groups, religious groups, and schools.