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Officer Rueda grew up and went to school locally with many childhood memories of Alhambra.
The objective of this command structure is to aggressively address crime issues and improve quality of life for residents.
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.
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 24th Annual Outstanding Business of the Year Award, presented by last year’s winner Evike Chang of Evike.com, went to Stephen Chan of GE Properties. The “Distinguished Community Service Award,” presented by Valarie Gomez, C.E.O. of the YMCA of West San Gabriel Valley, went to Joe Pavon of Al’s Towing.
Helen Romero Shaw, SoCal Gas, will be installed as president of the Alhambra Chamber Board of Directors June 7.
The Alhambra Chamber of Commerce's 115th Installation Dinner will install new officers and present the Outstanding Community Service Award and the Outstanding Business of the Year Award.
Join us for the 25th Annual Alhambra Police Foundation Golf Tournament! Help support our Alhambra Police Department and our Children And Mentors program!
Fire personnel will fire up their grills on Saturday, Oct.10, as the Alhambra Fire Department invites the community to its Annual Fire Department Open House and Pancake Breakfast.