Jan 16

La Serna Girls Basketball Fundraising

Dec 14

November 2018 Whittier Police Report

Whittier Police Incidents Report for the Month of November 2018 published by the Friendly Hills Property Owner Association, Whittier

Case Number Reported Date/Time Occurred Incident Type Location
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2018-00009702 11/30/2018 12:45 2 VANDALISM 8175 S VILLAVERDE DR, WHITTIER
2018-00009672 11/29/2018 13:04 2 MISC REPORT 9080 S COLIMA RD, WHITTIER
2018-00009627 11/27/2018 15:27 1 LARCENY THEFT 8639 S COLIMA RD, WHITTIER
2018-00009592 11/26/2018 11:34 CANCELLED CASE 9829 S LA SERNA DR, WHITTIER
2018-00009576 11/25/2018 17:06 1 LARCENY THEFT 15025 E WHITTIER BLVD, WHITTIER
2018-00009569 11/25/2018 12:16 WARRANT ARREST 8400 S DAVISTA DR, WHITTIER
2018-00009532 11/23/2018 23:55 2 NARCOTICS 14941 E WHITTIER BLVD, WHITTIER
2018-00009503 11/22/2018 18:34 1 BURGLARY RESIDENTIAL 14961 E EL SONETO DR, WHITTIER
2018-00009463 11/21/2018 10:43 1 LARCENY VEHICLE 14919 E WHITTIER BLVD, WHITTIER
2018-00009462 11/21/2018 9:43 1 LARCENY VEHICLE 8318 S LA BAJADA AVE, WHITTIER
2018-00009449 11/20/2018 18:48 1 BURGLARY RESIDENTIAL 8138 S NEWCASTLE DR, WHITTIER
2018-00009433 11/20/2018 10:08 1 LARCENY VEHICLE 9080 S COLIMA RD, WHITTIER
2018-00009384 11/18/2018 14:25 WARRANT ARREST 14919 E WHITTIER BLVD, WHITTIER
2018-00009373 11/18/2018 9:21 PROPERTY LOST, FOUND,RELINQ E WHITTIER BLVD / S MILLS AVE, WHITTIER
2018-00009321 11/16/2018 16:11 TRAFFIC COLLISION 8645 S COLIMA RD, WHITTIER
2018-00009314 11/16/2018 11:01 WARRANT ARREST 8500 S CATALINA AVE, WHITTIER
2018-00009276 11/15/2018 1:36 1 BURGLARY COMMERCIAL 15235 E WHITTIER BLVD, WHITTIER
2018-00009275 11/14/2018 18:21 PROPERTY LOST, FOUND,RELINQ 9080 S COLIMA RD, WHITTIER
2018-00009268 11/14/2018 12:48 IMPOUNDED VEHICLE 8121 S SAN LUCAS DR, WHITTIER
2018-00009262 11/14/2018 9:23 MENTAL DISORDER 9080 S COLIMA RD, WHITTIER
2018-00009257 11/14/2018 7:27 TRAFFIC COLLISION S COLIMA RD / E LA CALMA DR, WHITTIER
2018-00009245 11/13/2018 15:20 TRAFFIC COLLISION 9829 S LA SERNA DR, WHITTIER
2018-00009222 11/12/2018 15:04 1 LARCENY THEFT 15245 E WHITTIER BLVD, WHITTIER
2018-00009196 11/11/2018 15:59 WARRANT ARREST 15235 E WHITTIER BLVD, WHITTIER
2018-00009176 11/10/2018 17:24 TRAFFIC COLLISION 14941 E WHITTIER BLVD, WHITTIER
2018-00009177 11/10/2018 17:24 2 DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE 14941 E WHITTIER BLVD, WHITTIER
2018-00009149 11/9/2018 13:32 2 MISC REPORT 15301 E YOUNGWOOD DR, WHITTIER
2018-00009146 11/9/2018 12:19 TRAFFIC COLLISION S COLIMA RD / E MAR VISTA ST, WHITTIER
2018-00009120 11/8/2018 10:47 2 MISC REPORT 8206 S CORDERO RD, WHITTIER
2018-00009097 11/7/2018 13:50 2 VANDALISM 15625 E MAR VISTA ST, WHITTIER
2018-00008962 11/2/2018 8:41 TRAFFIC COLLISION 15141 E WHITTIER BLVD, WHITTIER
2018-00008958 11/1/2018 22:51 TRAFFIC COLLISION 9300 S COLIMA RD, WHITTIER
2018-00008959 11/1/2018 22:51 2 DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE E WHITTIER BLVD / S COLIMA RD, WHITTIER
2018-00008957 11/1/2018 18:51 TRAFFIC COLLISION E MAR VISTA ST / S COLIMA RD, WHITTIER

Dec 11

WILDLIFE WATCH Training in Whittier

The City of Whittier is partnering with the California Department of Fish & Wildlife and the Wildlife Watch program to proactively offer residents an opportunity to learn effective measures related to wildlife interaction, especially as it relates to the urbanization of the coyote population.

 

Training is free and for all City of Whittier residents

Training dates and times:

Friday, February 8, 2019 @ 5 p.m.

Saturday, February 9, 2019 @ 9 a.m.

Saturday, February 16, 2019 @ 9 a.m.

Location:

          Whittier Community Center

          7630 Washington Avenue

Dec 05

Friends Of La Serna Event Friday Dec 7 at 6PM

Dec 03

Dont Let Thieves Steal the Holidays

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving and is getting ready for the upcoming holiday season.  A couple years ago I sent out some holiday crime prevention tips, and since they are still relevant, I wanted to share them with everyone as a reminder.  As a troubling fact, thefts from motor vehicles continues to represent the greatest increase of any reported crime in Whittier, so hopefully this advice and your actions can help reduce this statistic. 

Don’t Let Thieves Steal the Holidays

 

With the holiday season in full swing, many have already begun the quest to find that perfect gift for friends and family.  Unfortunately, while we are out shopping, so are the criminals who are looking for an opportunity to burglarize vehicles of unsuspecting victims.  Whittier Police would like to remind you of the following safety tips to help reduce the odds of becoming a victim.

Secure your vehicle.  Lock doors and roll up windows.  Close sunroofs and raise convertibles.

Park your vehicle in a well-lit area, near open businesses, at a location where shoppers frequently pass, and away from enclosures, large trees, or shrubbery where people can lurk.  Many stores and parking lots have outdoor camera systems.  Parking in close proximity to cameras can assist in deterring criminal activity.

Do not leave valuables in plain view.  This includes obvious items such as wallets, navigation equipment, cell phones, computers, iPod and IPads, purses and backpacks, but also obscure items such as loose change, CD’s, sunglasses, and cell phone chargers.  Any property left in view is not only a sign there could be other valuables, but is also an open invitation to a thief.  

Never park your vehicle, exit, and conceal valuables under a seat or in the trunk.  Do not cart out your newly purchased gifts and place them in your vehicle and return to shopping.  Criminals often sit in parking lots and watch for this type of activity. Once you walk away from your car, it literally takes only seconds for a burglar to smash a window and retrieve your belongings.

Lastly, be aware of your surroundings.  When pulling into a shopping area, look at the cars and people in the parking lot.  If you get a strange feeling or see anything that concerns you, act on your intuition.  Notify security and/or call the police.  Your safety is always a priority!

These tips are applicable year round, and not limited to just parking lots.  Practice good safety while parking in your own driveway or to the front of a residence.  Please report any suspicious activity by calling (562) 567-9200, or 911 in the event of an emergency.

Respectfully,

Lieutenant Jay Tatman

Patrol Division – Public Service Area 4

Whittier Police Department

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