This nationwide event aims to heighten awareness and strengthen participation in local anti-crime efforts, including Neighborhood Watch. Participating residents in neighborhoods throughout Redondo Beach and across the nation are asked to turn on their outside lights and spend the evening outside with neighbors and the police.
Sometime between August 22nd and August 23rd, a coyote killed a cat in the area of Havemeyer Lane and Goodman Ave. Coyotes are found in all areas of Los Angeles County and they do not require "wild areas" to survive; they can live and survive in urban areas. Coyotes may be active any time of the day, but are most active from dusk to dawn.
Request for police reports must be submitted in writing with valid government photo ID. You may mail or walk in your request to the front counter of the Police Department. The fee for all police reports is $20.00 unless you are listed as a victim within the report. The fee can be paid by cash or check only.
Redondo Beach Police Department Domestic Violence Advocacy Program
We provide 24/7 assistance to victims and offer a variety of services. For more information or to request free workshops and/or presentations please contact us at: (310) 379-2477 ext. 2336. For emergencies please dial 911
If You SEE Something, SAY Something Remember, a simple observation, a single report, can lead to actions that may stop a terrorist attack. Report suspicious activity to the Redondo Beach Police Department by calling
The Redondo Beach Police Department crime and incident mapping program provides public access to police activity information for our community. The mapping database contains ninety days of information with the most recent information backdated several days from today's date.