The mission of the Redondo Beach Police Department is to forge a partnership with the community to control and prevent crime, improve the quality of life in our neighborhoods, and to provide outstanding service in accordance with the values of our agency. We value: openness and honesty, integrity and ethics, accountability, outstanding customer service, teamwork, excellence, dignity, equality and respect for all people, innovation with creative and proactive problem solving, and fiscal responsibility.
Police Station: 401 Diamond Street, P.O. Box 639 Redondo Beach, California 90277-0639
Phone Number for emergency services, to report a crime or request a police officer: Dial 9-1-1 or call (310) 379-5411
Phone Number for non-emergency services and information: (310) 379-2477 extension 1-2351
National Missing Children's Day
Take 25 is a grassroots safety initiative created in honor of
National Missing Children’s Day. Annually honored on May 25th, this day serves as a reminder to the nation to make child safety a national priority.
Designed to raise awareness of the issues surrounding missing and exploited children, the Take 25 Campaign encourages parents, guardians, educators, and others to take 25 minutes to talk to children about safety. With a focus on prevention, Take 25 provides free safety resources including safety tips, conversation starters, and event planning guides to help communities host local events.
On May 25, 1979, six-year-old Etan Patz disappeared from a New York street corner on his way to school. His photo, taken by his father, a professional photographer, was circulated nationwide and appeared in media across the nation and around the world. Etan became the poster-child for a movement. The powerful image came to symbolize the anguish and trauma of thousands of searching families.
The widespread attention brought to Etan’s case and several others eventually led to a nationwide movement to help locate and recover missing children. In 1983, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed May 25th – the day that Etan went missing – as National Missing Children’s Day. Since then, each administration has recognized this day as a time to renew efforts to reunite missing children with their families, remember those who are still missing, and make child safety a national priority.
Stabbing on December 29, 2012 The Police Department has obtained several short video clips from the surveillance cameras of Galleria Mall businesses. Depict the subject believed to be responsible for the at approximately 7:23 p.m., on the third level of the South Bay Galleria Mall, in front of the AMC Theatres. In this attack, two teens were stabbed multiple times in what appears to be a random, unprovoked attack. (video clip) (video clip 2) (video clip 3)
Anyone with information about this incident or as to the identity or whereabouts of this suspect is urged to contact the Redondo Beach Police Department Tip line at (310) 937-6685, send text messages to 310-339-2362, or Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
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
New RV Ordinance Rolled Out Beginning June 1, 2011, the City of Redondo Beach will enforce an ordinance to restrict the parking of oversized vehicles between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.
The one-time resident registration fee is $20.00 if the vehicle is registered with the DMV in Redondo Beach. For resident owned vehicles that are registered with the DMV at addresses outside of Redondo Beach, the one-time registration fee is $30.00. The registration sticker can be purchased at City Hall , Door E, Monday thru Friday 7:30 to 5:00 alternate Fridays closed. To obtain oversized vehicle permits online click here.
To view the Oversized Vehicle Code in it's entirety - click here