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La Verne City Information
La Verne is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a population of approximately 31,063 people and a total area of 8.562 square miles (22.18 km2).
The City of La Verne a council-manager form of government. The city council is the legislative body of the city. The main responsibilities of the city council include developing and establishing ordinances and policies, appointing the city manager and the city attorney, and also acts as a part-time “board of directors”.
The city council is made up of four council members elected by the city council and serve four year staggered terms. The Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem serve two year terms. The City Clerk is responsible for organizing and overseeing the municipal election. Council members include Mayor Don Kendrick, Mayor Pro Tem Tim Hepburn, Council member Charlie A. Rosales, Council member Robin Carder and Council member Muir Davis.
The city council holds its meeting on the first and second Monday of every month at City Hall 3660 “D” Street, La Verne, CA 91750. Agendas and minutes of the city council’s meetings can be accessed by visiting the city council’s website.
The overall crime rate in La Verne, CA is equal when compared to the cities in california and 7% higher than the national average. When looking at violent crimes, the city has a crime rate that is 51% lower than California’s and 44% lower than the national average. When looking at property crimes, the city has a crime rate that is 9% higher than other cities in the state 14% higher than the country’s average. In La Verne one has a 1 in 33 chance of becoming a victim of crime, making the city safer than 42% of the cities in the United States. Compared to the previous year, the overall crime rate in La Verne has increased by 13%.
The La Verne Police Department is responsible for ensuring a safe environment for the community. The department has been keeping the city safe from December 6, 1938 and is currently under the command of Chief Nick Paz.
Warrants and Bail
Wanted people are displayed on the police department’s website for the public. The La Verne Jail houses offenders arrested in the city before they are taken for trial. Offender arrested in the city can post bail in three ways; these include Bail bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276, Cash bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1269 and Property bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276.5.
La Verne Police Station Address: 2061 3rd St, La Verne, CA 91750, USA
We had a great time yesterday at the La Verne POA's golf tournament! Thanks to all the participants and sponsors who came out and made this a great event!
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Officer Weaver was recognized this afternoon by MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) for his commitment to taking drunk drivers off the streets of La Verne. Congratulations Sir! #madd #lvpd #dui #notonhiswatch #SafetyCommunityService https://t.co/RySnfjxfx8
During this time, NO vehicles will be allowed on the course. All intersecting roads along Baseline Rd. will be blocked while the race travels through La Verne. The closure should last approximately 5-7 minutes. Times may vary based on race conditions. No Parking signs have (2/3)
This Friday, May 17, the Amgen Tour of California bike race will come through La Verne. This is a world class bike race that will require the temporary closing of Baseline Rd. The closure is expected to run from 10:07-10:12am. (Thread) https://t.co/Xu01Ww74qU
Today is Peace Officers Memorial Day. On this day we remember the fallen and thank those who have made the ultimate sacrifice protecting their communities. We thank all of those who continue to serve. #peaceofficersmemorialday #leo #eow #honorthefallen #thankyou #police #grateful https://t.co/b0HsxVdYVQ
#NationalPoliceWeek is observed across the nation as a time to honor and remember law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty and those who continue to protect and serve our community. We appreciate all law enforcement officers and the sacrifices they make everyday. https://t.co/BHs8SAJONn