Former LAHS students share experiences with police to task force

The Citizens’ Police Task Force heard from a few Los Altos High School graduates during its meeting Wednesday (Oct. 28) about their experiences with police on campus, highlighting a session where the nine-member committee continued reviewing the role of the school resource officer (SRO) program and the process by which citizens file complaints against police.


State grant to fund traffic safety improvements in Mountain View

The Mountain View Police Department has secured one of more than 400 grants recently awarded by the California Office of Traffic Safety, the law enforcement agency announced Oct. 27.

Mountain View police seek help identifying thief

The Mountain View Police Department is circulating surveillance stills of a woman in the hopes of connecting her with the theft of nearly $2,000 from a Southern California resident’s bank account.

Police Task Force reviews data of police activity at LAHS, discusses complaint process

The Citizens’ Police Task Force finalized a survey to send to Los Altos High School students, reviewed data regarding police activity at the high school and discussed the process by which citizens can file complaints about officers at its second meeting on Wednesday (Oct. 21).

‘Ghost’ guns haunt Mountain View

Twice in less than two weeks, Mountain View Police Department officers have arrested individuals in connection with crimes associated with so-called ghost guns, firearms that are not properly registered and that typically lack identification marks like serial numbers so they can be tracked.


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