|City of Glendale - Police
Criminal Investigations Division
The Violent Crimes & Homicide Units are assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division at the Glendale Police Department. The units are comprised of case-carrying Detectives and two Sergeants. The types of criminal cases investigated by these units include homicides and other death related investigations, robberies, kidnappings, aggravated and simple assaults, along with violations of court orders that are non-domestic violence related.
Persons from the community who would like to provide information about unsolved crimes investigated by this squad are encouraged to call the Violent Crimes Squad tip line, 623-930-3399. Information can also be provided via the Silent Witness Web site at www.silentwitness.org.
The detectives always preferred to know the name of the person providing information about crime, however, persons who provide information can remain anonymous if they wish.
Victims of these types of crimes who would like to inquire about the status of their case are encouraged to contact the assigned detective for updates or information pertaining to their case.
Victims who do not know which detective is assigned to their case should contact the squad case manager, who has the responsibility of reviewing police reports and, if warranted, assigning the matter to a detective for completion. The Violent Crimes & Homicide Case Managers are Sgt. Walker for cases originating north of Grand Ave or Sgt. Flosman for cases originating south of Grand Ave. They can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The following list of detectives, along with their direct phone number and email address, are available for use by victims who are already aware of which detective is assigned to their case. Please be patient for a response as the detectives work hours and assignments are very demanding and occasionally change with little advance notice. Each detective’s primary caseload is indicated, however the detectives are cross trained to assist each other and frequently conduct investigations outside of their normal assignment.
(Kidnappings ~ Assaults ~ Robberies ~ Home Invasions)