Chamberlain Hills is a low-income neighborhood with a high crime rate and an ominous gang presence, resulting in a heightened LSPD presence in the area, specifically helicopter units. Its numerous alleyways and open doorways make it easy to escape on foot or hide from the police. The area mainly consists of low-income housing projects filled with gang activity such as Crystal Heights or All Swell Apartments. Only one business is located in the neighborhood and is currently vacant.
The name Chamberlain Hills takes its influence from Baldwin Hills, while the neighborhood resembles the Baldwin Village (also known as "The Jungles") community in the Crenshaw district of South Los Angeles.
It is one of few neighbourhoods where Strawberry Avenue passes by. Chamberlain Hills doesn't have much other transport opportunities else than by road. Chamberlain Hills also contains half of Forum Drive.
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- The neighborhood may have been named after Wilt Chamberlain, who played for the Los Angeles Lakers from 1968−1973.