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 West Hollywood Station

 780 N. San Vicente Bl.

 West Hollywood, CA 90069

 (310) 855-8850  [map]

 Universal Sub-Station

 Bldg. 4505M
 1000 Universal Studios Blvd.
 Universal City, CA 91608
 (818) 622-9546  [directions]



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The West Hollywood Station provides law enforcement services for the City of West Hollywood and the unincorporated Universal City Walk. The City is approximately 1.9 square miles in size and has a diverse demographic makeup. The total residential population is just over 37,000, however, the nighttime and weekend population swells to between 80,000 and 100,000, with a high of up to 500,000 during major events such as Halloween or the Gay & Lesbian Pride Parade.

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New!             

Get Instant Text and E-mail Alerts Directly from the LA Sheriff’s Dept. via Nixle.com ®

Nixle® is now being used by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to send free geographically-specific e-mails and text messages directly to the public. Messages include arrests, neighborhood-specific alerts and advisories, traffic incidents, road closures, wanted persons, missing persons, crime trends, and more.

Registration for Nixle® is easy and only takes a few minutes.

  • Visit www.Nixle.com and click on the "residents sign up now" button.

  • You will be asked to provide your name, address (or closest cross street), e-mail address, and cell number. This information is required to receive geographically specific information.

  • More than one location can be registered.

  • You have the option to define what notifications you will receive and from whom.

  • You may opt out of receiving messages from any of the participating agencies.

  • For text only alerts from Sheriff’s Headquarters text LASheriff to the short-code phone number of 888777. (standard text messaging rates apply).   

“With the Nixle instant notification system, the Sheriff’s Department can communicate accurate,

timely, and reliable information directly to the public via your cell phones and email,” said Los

Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca. “Nixle is a great success story of a public-private partnership

that enhances public safety at no cost to taxpayers,” he added.