Los Angeles, CA— Today, Chair of the LA County Board of Supervisors Janice Hahn released the following statement regarding an audit by Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin which raised questions about the effectiveness of the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority’s (LAHSA) outreach:
Torrance, CA-- Los Angeles County has dramatically expanded a school violence prevention program in the wake of recent mass shootings and in time for the back-to-school season.
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Los Angeles, CA—Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn is celebrating her signature program’s tenth and eleventh saves since the program launched last September.Read more
Missing Norwalk Man with Alzheimer’s Located Minutes after Being Reported Missing Using County’s LA Found Bracelet
Norwalk, CA- This afternoon, a 71-year-old Norwalk man with Alzheimer’s was located minutes after being reported missing using the County’s LA Found program. The program is designed to help locate people with Alzheimer’s, dementia, autism, or other impairments who may wander away and go missing.Read more
Los Angeles, CA—Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to explore giving the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) greater authority to investigate deputy secret societies as well as subpoena power to review other matters involving the Sheriff’s Department.Read more
Long Beach, CA — Today, the West Coast’s first Mobile Stroke Unit began operating in the City of Long Beach.Read more
Long Beach, CA- This afternoon, a 60-year-old man with schizophrenia who had gone missing was found using an LA Found trackable bracelet.Read more
Los Angeles, CA-- Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a proposal by Board Chair Janice Hahn to explore master leasing agreements with motels across the County in order to use rooms as interim housing for chronically homeless individuals. The County will also evaluate whether the same motel parking lots could be sites for Safe Parking programs.Read more
Los Angeles, CA—Chair of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Janice Hahn has released the following statement regarding the results of the 2019 Homeless Count. The count, which was presented by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority executive director Peter Lynn during the Board of Supervisors meeting, showed a 12% increase in homelessness in LA County since the previous year. The results showed that even while LA County’s homeless services system has been able to prevent and end homelessness for more than 20,000 individuals and families, many more people fell into homelessness.