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Beverly Hills Police Department
Monday October 2nd, 2017 :: 05:00 p.m. PDT


Media Release - Beverly Hills Mourns With All Affected by Las Vegas Shooting

Beverly Hills Mourns With All Affected by Las Vegas Shooting
Beverly Hills, California - The City of Beverly Hills stands united with the victims, their families and the City of Las Vegas as they recover from the horrible shooting Sunday night, in which dozens of innocent people died and hundreds more were wounded.

“There are no words that can convey the depth of our sorrow over what happened in Las Vegas,” said Mayor Lili Bosse. “We are with the victims and their families as we seek to make sense of why tragic and senseless violence occurred, yet again, in our nation.”

The Beverly Hills City Council places the highest priority on planning for every type of emergency, including active shooter situations. Mass causality training exercises have been conducted in the City and will continue in the future. In addition, the Beverly Hills public safety staff has trained and completed exercises on its unified response to mass causality incidents.

Those seeking information on family or friends should call 1-866-535-5654.

Community members are encouraged to educate themselves on how to respond to all disasters. Both residents and businesses can sign up for the Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) by calling 310-281-2754. These classes teach what to do in in case of an active shooter in the vicinity. The attached flyer describes the recommended “Run, Hide, Fight” response to an active shooter. For additional information call the Office of Emergency Management, Resilience and Recovery at 310-285-1021.

Beverly Hills Police Department
464 N Rexford Dr
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 310-550-4951

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