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Alhambra is a city located the western San Gabriel Valley, Los Angeles County, California, with a population of 83,098 residents. The city borders San Marino on the north, South Pasadena on the north-west, Monterey Park on the south, San Gabriel on the east, and the Los Angeles districts of Monterey Hills and El Sereno on the west.
Alhambra is a council-manager form of government; the citizens elect council members who then appoint the city manager. The city manager oversees the day-to-day operations of eleven city departments and staff, and acts as the chief advisor to the city council. Mark Yokoyama is the current city manager.
The crime rate in Alhambra, CA averages 20% lower than other cities in California and 15% lower than the nationals average. The occurrence of crime in the city is, therefore, is 54% lower than the average rate of crime in California and 48% lower compared to the national average. In the same way, crime involving property stands at 15% lower than the state of California’s average and 10% lower than the nation’s average. In Alhambra city, you have a 1 in 42 chance of becoming a victim of any crime, making the city 50% safer than the cities in the United States.
The Alhambra Police Department is charged with the responsibility to maintain law and order and protect the lives and property of the citizens in the city of Alhambra. The police department is led by Chief Timothy Vu, who was appointed as chief of police on April 6, 2017. The police department is made up of 85 sworn police officers, 80 full-time and part-time civilians, four volunteer police chaplains, nine reserve police officers and 32 community volunteers. The police department is comprised of two main divisions: support services and field services, the divisions are overseen by a Police Captain who reports directly to the Chief of Police.
Warrant in the city can be obtained by visiting the city’s Records Bureau (Administrative services section), the bureau processes police reports, confidential files, arrest records and provide data entry. The department also updates the state and federal database. You will be charged a small fee depending on the records that you want to access; the fee can only be paid in cash, by credit, by check or money order. For more details, visit the Administrative services section.
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES SECTION
Alhambra Police Department Headquarters
211 S. First St., Alhambra, CA 91801
Alhambra Police Station Address: 211 S 1st St, Alhambra, CA 91801