The Hollywood Police Department manages law enforcement in the City of Hollywood Los Angeles.
The City of Hollywood Police Department is responsible for law and order in Hollywood neighborhood of Los Angeles and is a police station under the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).
The LAPD Police Chief is the overall supervisor of the Hollywood Police Station. He is responsible for overseeing the activities that take place at the police station. Michael Moore is the Chief of Police of LAPD. The Hollywood police station is managed by two captains. The two captains who are responsible for operations of the Hollywood police station are Steven D Laurie and Scott M Williams.
The Hollywood Police Station is located at 1358 N. Wilcox Avenue Hollywood CA 90028.
Call (213) 972 2971 to get in touch with Hollywood police. For any emergency, call 911.
The Hollywood Police Department email addresses are not available. It is possible to learn more about the police station on social media.
The Hollywood Police Station has complete jurisdiction in the city’s neighborhoods. The station works under the West Bureau of the LAPD. The bureau is headed by a Deputy Chief and assisted by a Commander. The police station serves the Hollywood community. The areas of the neighborhood served by the station are:
- Cahuenga Pass
- East Hollywood
- Hollywood Hills
- La Brea
- Thai Town
- Sunset Strip
- Melrose District
- Little Armenia
- Los Feliz
- Spaulding Square
The police officers in Hollywood are committed to working within the community to ensure the safety of its citizens. The police strive to eliminate crime and protect businesses. Tourism is an important aspect of Hollywood, and the police strive to make them feel safe when they visit this famous city. To achieve this, the department also works with various public agencies and private organizations.