Torrance Police Department (California)

Torrance Police Department (California)

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Torrance Police Department (California)

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The Torrance Police Department is the police department serving Torrance, California.

The department employs 240 sworn officers and 100 civilians. The department is the largest law enforcement agency in South Bay, and is one of the largest police departments in Los Angeles County.

Since October 2006, the Chief of Police has been John J. Neu.


The Torrance Police Department has jurisdiction in the city limits of Torrance. Other sections with a "Torrance, CA" address are served by either the Los Angeles Police Department (the Harbor Gateway area east of Western Avenue) or the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department in an unincorporated area adjacent to the Harbor Freeway with the ZIP code of 90502. Both areas are easily identified by their Los Angeles County-styled street signage. The department patrols an approximate one mile (1.6 km) area of Torrance Beach.

The department's patch shown at the right depicts the historic Pacific Electric Railroad Bridge which spans Torrance Boulevard at Bow Street. It was first used on January 1, 2000, and is only the third such change in the agency's history.


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