During an era of unprecedented growth and development, the Glendale Police Department will focus on preventing crime and maintaining order, while supporting numerous major events.
We recognize the importance of our employees in meeting the challenges of the future. Our growing organization will emphasize the development of professional knowledge and leadership skills within our ranks. We will recruit exemplary men and women who reflect our community. We embrace a progressive mindset that encourages one and all to seek innovative techniques and emerging technologies in order to accomplish our mission.
Community participation in formulating police strategies will be encouraged. Our common goal will be to provide the most effective possible response to law enforcement emergencies, neighborhood problems and the enforcement of traffic laws, ensuring that Glendale continues to be a desirable place to live, raise a family, educate, recreate and do business.
Everything that we do, collectively or individually, will be done in accordance with our values and objectives.
- Main - Downtown station
6835 N. 57th Dr.
- Foothills -
6255 W. Union Hills Dr.
6261 N. 83rd Ave.
- Number of Officers: 394
- Civilian Employees:
As of April 10, 2012
- Reduce crime and the fear of crime in the community
- Ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of all processes within the police department
- Increase community based activities to enhance the community’s trust of the organization
- Enhance our customer service activities to ensure solid partnerships, both internally and externally, and open communication with all.
At this time, the Police department can no longer honor requests to trade or sell shoulder patches.