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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 17, 1990
I would like to thank you for your supportive editorial (June 3), "Emergency: Police Chief Needs Backup." As you have noted in your editorial, the Oak View area is truly a challenge and, if ignored, has the potential for substantially impacting our entire community. I think it is important that everyone realize that a stronger police presence in the Oak View area, while needed, is not in and of itself the answer to the current problems we are experiencing. It is important that the community work together as a team and pool its resources, knowledge and, most importantly, its enthusiasm to strengthen this area of our community through a combined effort, rather than tear it down through neglect and criticism.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 17, 1990
I would like to thank you for your supportive editorial (June 3), "Emergency: Police Chief Needs Backup." As you have noted in your editorial, the Oak View area is truly a challenge and, if ignored, has the potential for substantially impacting our entire community. I think it is important that everyone realize that a stronger police presence in the Oak View area, while needed, is not in and of itself the answer to the current problems we are experiencing. It is important that the community work together as a team and pool its resources, knowledge and, most importantly, its enthusiasm to strengthen this area of our community through a combined effort, rather than tear it down through neglect and criticism.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1989 | THOMAS BECHER, Times Staff Writer
The Huntington Beach police officers' union Tuesday said Police Chief-designate Ronald E. Lowenberg will be an "excellent representative" of the 213-member force. "We're going to serve our chief 100%," said Sgt. Bill Martin, president of the Huntington Beach Police Officers Assn. The Huntington Beach City Council on Monday night named Lowenberg its new top law enforcement officer after a national search. He was one of three finalists vying for the $80,000-a-year job. Will Assume Post Sept.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1989 | THOMAS BECHER, Times Staff Writer
The Huntington Beach police officers' union Tuesday said Police Chief-designate Ronald E. Lowenberg will be an "excellent representative" of the 213-member force. "We're going to serve our chief 100%," said Sgt. Bill Martin, president of the Huntington Beach Police Officers Assn. The Huntington Beach City Council on Monday night named Lowenberg its new top law enforcement officer after a national search. He was one of three finalists vying for the $80,000-a-year job. Will Assume Post Sept.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 22, 1989 | THOMAS BECHER, Times Staff Writer
The Huntington Beach City Council Monday night named the police chief of neighboring Cypress as its new top law enforcement officer. After a nationwide search, City Administrator Paul Cook, who made the decision with the council's approval, found a candidate in Orange County: Ronald E. Lowenberg, one of three finalists vying for the $80,000-a-year job. He is the first new chief in more than 30 years who did not rise through the ranks of the Huntington Beach Police Department.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 2000 | Andrew Wainer, (714) 965-7172, Ext. 15
Students from Huntington Beach middle and high schools will be offering a special Valentine wish to local law enforcement officers. The students will head to the Huntington Beach Police Department at City Hall at 9:30 a.m. to give a personal thank you to Chief Ronald E. Lowenberg and his police force. City Hall is at 2000 Main St.
NEWS
April 5, 1988
The 20-year-old son of an Orange County police chief was sentenced Monday to three years in prison and fined $10,000 for setting two fires last September that destroyed 7,100 acres of the Cleveland National Forest and caused $2.7 million in damage. Robert Edward Lowenberg, son of Cypress Police Chief Ronald E. Lowenberg, could be eligible for parole in one year under the sentence imposed by U.S. District Judge James Ideman. He faced a maximum sentence of 10 years.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1990 | BILL BILLITER
City Councilman Peter M. Green said Friday that the police chief and city administrator are conducting "a thorough investigation" of police vice squad procedures following the probe and subsequent resignation of vice squad Lt. Michael Biggs. Biggs, who was being investigated for allegedly frequenting massage parlors alone, resigned Tuesday. Police Chief Ronald E. Lowenberg said Biggs' replacement will be named after the vice squad is reorganized. Mayor Thomas J.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 21, 1997 | STEVE CARNEY
The city is in the market for a Police Department auditor now that the City Council has decided not to pursue a proposal to create a citizens review board. The board would have monitored the department and heard complaints about officers. Critics have said that police were too heavy-handed in quelling July 4th disturbances last year, creating an atmosphere that is scaring away tourists. But Police Chief Ronald E.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 22, 1989 | THOMAS BECHER, Times Staff Writer
The Huntington Beach City Council Monday night named the police chief of neighboring Cypress as its new top law enforcement officer. After a nationwide search, City Administrator Paul Cook, who made the decision with the council's approval, found a candidate in Orange County: Ronald E. Lowenberg, one of three finalists vying for the $80,000-a-year job. He is the first new chief in more than 30 years who did not rise through the ranks of the Huntington Beach Police Department.
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