Lansing Police Department
PORTAGE | Two runaways led Portage police on a short pursuit Wednesday morning and were arrested after officers spun the stolen car they were driving into a concrete median.
Lansing Police Cadets competed in the bomb threat response event with Special Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Pictured are Cadet Sgt. Dennis Murrin III and Cadet Kat Gottwald.
LANSING | On July 13, members of the Lansing Police Cadet Program went to Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind., for the 2014 National Law Enforcement Exploring Conference.
Lansing Police Cadets pose with their third-place trophy for bomb threat response they won at the National Law Enforcement Exploring Conference in July in Bloomington, Ind. Pictured from left are Detective Mike Rodriguez, Cadet Josh Schurman, Cadet Tyler Schutt, Cadet Sgt. Dennis Murrin III,…
Schererville police Officer Brian Daniels pulls over a driver for speeding in Schererville while on patrol recently. In February 2013, the Schererville Police Department issued what is called a "productivity standard" that requires officers to enforce traffic laws through citations at least …
Schererville police Officer Brian Daniels arrests a driver on a charge driving with a suspended license in Schererville.
Schererville police Officer Brian Daniels communicates on his radio after arresting a driver for driving with a suspended license in Schererville.
HAMMOND | Hammond Police Chief John Doughty believes "quota" is a bad word.
CROWN POINT | A suspect in the June robbery of a Lansing Walgreens pharmacy appeared in Lake County Criminal Court Thursday on an unrelated charge.
In the past week, the FBI with local, state and federal law enforcement partners, including the Lansing Police Department, conducted Operation Cross Country VIII, a weeklong enforcement action to address commercial child sex trafficking.
LANSING | Stephen Schwemlein buried his face in his mother's shoulder Tuesday morning as they waited to receive the Special Olympics torch.
LANSING | The Lansing Police Department raised more than $2,500 on May 30 for Special Olympics of Illinois with its Cop on a Rooftop event.
LANSING | Lansing police officers on Friday took to the roof of the Dunkin' Donuts on Torrence Avenue as part of a statewide campaign to raise funds for Special Olympics Illinois.
Munster resident Theresa Buell checks out her purchased T-shirt from Lansing police Sgt. Gabe Barajas at the annual "Cop on a Roof" fundraiser at the Lansing Dunkin' Donuts for Special Olympics Illinois.
Lansing police Officer Bill Kowalski waves to Dunkin' Donuts customers as Lansing officers participate in the annual "Cop on the Rooftop' fundraiser for Special Olympics Illinois.
LANSING | Lansing police will participate in the annual "Cop on a Rooftop" fundraiser from 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. today to benefit Special Olympics Illinois at Dunkin' Donuts, 17733 Torrence Ave.
LANSING | Police are investigating a shooting Monday night that left two people wounded, an official said.
LANSING | Officers from the Lansing Police Department will be taking part in the “Cop on Rooftop” fundraiser event which takes place between 5 a.m. and 2 p.m. May 30 at the Lansing Dunkin’ Donuts, 17733 Torrence Ave.
LANSING | Lansing police held their first Coffee with a Cop on Wednesday at the McDonald's on Torrence Avenue.
LANSING | Lansing officers will meet with residents from 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday at McDonald's, 17810 Torrence Ave., to discuss any issues they want, said Sgt. Randy Hoving.
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