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LAPD Cruising Crackdown in Van Nuys Despite Repeal of Ban on Cruising Laws

Cruising crackdown in Van Nuys by LAPD.

Los Angeles police were out in force on Van Nuys Blvd. in a “Cruising Crackdown” in response to an un-sanctioned cruising event being publicized on social media.

While new legislation, California Assembly Bill 436, has recently altered the state’s approach to anti-cruising ordinances, LAPD reminds the public that all vehicle code violations and Los Angeles Municipal Codes still apply.

Although the modified law prohibits the enforcement of cruising ordinances and penalizing modified vehicles, LAPD Van Nuys Division, with additional resources, will be conducting a zero-tolerance cruising crackdown enforcement operation for moving violations, parking violations, and LAMC violations during the event.

LAPD Cruising Crackdown in Van Nuys Despite Repeal of Ban on Cruising Laws

Los Angeles Police Department Van Nuys Division Community Alert

VAN NUYS CRUISE NIGHT

This is an unsanctioned event.

The LAPD Van Nuys Division has received information that a “Cruise Night” is planned for Saturday, January 6, 2024, beginning at 5:00 PM on Van Nuys Blvd. between Oxnard Street and Burbank Blvd. These cruiser night events are not city-approved and require event permits.

Although new legislation prohibits the enforcement of cruising ordinances and of modified vehicles, all vehicle code violations and Los Angeles Municipal Codes still apply.

LAPD Division with additional resources will conduct a zero-tolerance enforcement for moving, parking and LAMC violations.

We understand how these events impact the quality of life in our community.

Planners, organizers and spectators of this events can and will be cited as well.

Source: KCAL News

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