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The Alhambra Police Department is implementing the Area Command Model to allow officers to build effective relationships with the community and to respond proactively to help solve problems.
AUSD is hosting the events from June 4-19 and is responsible for making sure participants comply with the protocols.
First responders from Alhambra, San Gabriel, and Pasadena talked about their careers and discussed the hard work, determination, and education needed to succeed in each field.
There are three main responses to an active shooter. Most important — run! This is why it is important to know the escape routes in advance. Secondly, if necessary, hide in an area out of the shooter’s view. Silence cellphones and remain silent, lock doors, and block entry to the hiding place. Turn of the lights and remain calm. Finally, if life is in danger, be prepared to fight.
The idea of Night Out is to build rapport and a sense of partnership, understanding, and trust between the city’s residents and their all-important first responders.
The Assistant Chief of Police in Alhambra is retiring after 32 years of service to the department and the community.
Join us for the 25th Annual Alhambra Police Foundation Golf Tournament! Help support our Alhambra Police Department and our Children And Mentors program!
Get acquainted with your police department and strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships.
The Fire Department will provide a pancake breakfast, and give tours of the facility and display the Fire Safety House and a variety of fire and medical apparatus.
Get acquainted with the Alhambra Police Department at the community picnic with free hot dogs, snacks, activities, and entertainment.
An opportunity for all badge-carrying personnel, including family, friends, and community, to positively affect the community by competing in a friendly competition to see who can donate the most blood and ultimately save the most lives.
The City of Alhambra Code Enforcement and the Police Department are working with Republic Services to provide a Neighborhood Clean-Up day in a six block area on the west side of town on Feb. 28 to help residents remove junk, trash, and debris from their properties and to spruce up their front yards.