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LBPD Offers Halloween Safety Tips

marijuana-candy The Long Beach Police Department would like to warn parents about marijuana laced candy, and encourage the community to practice safety tips to ensure a fun and safe Halloween. Can you identify which candies pictured in this photo are laced with marijuana?

LBPD Provides Tips For a Safe Graduation and Summer Vacation

graduation-cap-900x600 With Long Beach high school graduation ceremonies beginning, the Long Beach Police Department would like to congratulate graduates and parents, yet remind them about the dangers associated with celebrating irresponsibly, and provide tips to keep them safe:

LBPD Issues Halloween Safety Tips

halloween The Long Beach Police Department would like to encourage community members to exercise common sense to ensure a fun and safe Halloween, and practice the safety tips below:

LBPD Provides Tips For a Safe Summer

Long Beach Police Department Long Beach Police Department. Photo by Barbara Holbrook, Everything Long Beach With summer right around the corner, the Long Beach Police Department would like to provide the community with some information that may help prevent residents from becoming a victim and keep them safe: GRADUATIONS With Long Beach high school graduation ceremonies taking place this week, Long Beach Police would like to educate graduates and parents about the dangers of underage drinking.

Police Advise to Beware of Residential Burglary Tactics

crime-scene-tape-lg A surge in residential burglaries is prompting the Long Beach Police Department to alert the community so that they can learn about a ploy suspects are sometimes using to target homes, to learn what preventive measures can be taken, and to remind residents to report suspicious activity without delay.

LBPD Provides Tips for a Safe Halloween Experience

halloween-safety-for-kids Halloween can be great fun for both children and adults alike, and the Long Beach Police Department would like to encourage residents to practice the following safety tips and exercise common sense to ensure a fun and safe Halloween for everyone:

LBPD Reminds Students And Parents: Curfew In Full Effect During Spring Break

Youth Employment Workshop Monday began the first day of Spring Break for Long Beach Unified School District students who will be out on break all week and will return to class on Monday, April 16th. The Long Beach Police Department would like to remind parents that Section 9.58.010 of the Long Beach Municipal Code states: “It is unlawful for any minor under the age of eighteen (18) years to remain in or upon any ‘public place’ as defined in Section 9.02.090, between the hours of 10:00 p.m.

Curfew Enforcement in Full Effect During Winter Break

Youth Employment Workshop The 2011 winter break for Long Beach students is under way, and schools will be closed until the new year. The Long Beach Police Department would like to remind parents that Section 9.58.010 of the Long Beach Municipal Code states: “It is unlawful for any minor under the age of eighteen (18) years to remain in or upon any ‘public place’ as defined in Section 9.02.090, between the hours of 10:00 p.m.

LBPD Issues Halloween Safety Tips

Photo by Richard "Dick" Morgan Photo by Richard "Dick" Morgan Halloween can be great fun for both children and adults alike. The Long Beach Police Department would like to encourage residents to practice the following safety tips and exercise common sense to ensure everyone has a good time, safely.

LBPD Encourages Graduates to Celebrate Responsibly

LBPD Encourages Graduates to Celebrate Responsibly With Long Beach high school graduation ceremonies taking place the week of June 13th, Long Beach Police would like to educate graduates and parents about the dangers of underage drinking. Underage drinkers are more likely to involve themselves in unsafe behavior, or become a victim of a crime due to vulnerability.

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