Property Crime

Los Angeles police Chief Charlie Beck   (Photo credit: ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

LA Police Reportedly Battling Spike In Crime

The city of Los Angeles reportedly is undergoing a spike in crime, most notably an increase in shooting victims, the Los Angeles Times reported.


Orange County Sheriff deputies investigate a crime scene on February 19, 2013 in Tustin, California. According to law enforcement officials six people were shot in cities of Tustin, Ladera Ranch and Orange, four of them fatally, including the suspected shooter, who apparently killed himself. (credit: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Preliminary Statistics Show Crime Rates Shift In Orange County

While property crimes reportedly increased in most big Orange County cities in 2012, violent crimes are down, according to preliminary statistics released Monday.


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2012 Statistics Show Violent Crime In Long Beach At 40-Year Low

The violent crime rate in Long Beach has dropped to a historic low, officials announced this weekend.


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Homicides In LA County At A Historic Low

Sheriff Lee Baca Wednesday revealed that homicides were at a historic low in Los Angeles County despite an increase in overall crime.

CBS2 / KCAL9–01/09/2013

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NoHo Police, City Leaders Send Powerful Message To Criminals

North Hollywood police and city leaders came out in full force on Wednesday to send a powerful message to thieves—stay home.

CBS2 / KCAL9–10/10/2012


LA Sees Major Decline In Violent Crime

Violent crime and property crime are seeing major declines in Los Angeles according to the latest statistics released by law enforcement.