Police Department


In an Emergency, call 9-1-1 | To report a crime or Non-Emergency call (623) 930-3000 | File an Online Police Report



FOR YOUR SAFETY:

The Glendale Police Department takes the protection of our citizens and our employees very seriously.  This is especially important now that we are dealing with the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus.  Here are some precautions we are implementing in order to keep our employees and citizens healthy and safe.

UPDATE:

  • The Glendale Police Department main lobby and substations are now open.
  • Glendale Police is encouraging the public to use our on-line reporting option.  For information on how to report an incident using an online option visit our website at: Online Police Report
  •  Public Records requests may be made by calling 623-930-3100 or visiting our website to mail the form at: Public Records Request
  •  To speak to an officer, please call our non-emergency line at (623) 930-3000.  Please do not report crimes on our department’s social media page.
  • Lobby fingerprinting services are currently on hold until further notice. 
  • For information on victim services we may provide for the public please visit the following website at: Glendale Family Advocacy Center 


The men and women of the Glendale Police Department are highly qualified, diverse, accountable and committed to creating a community where everyone can feel safe. Our values guide us as we continuously strive to maintain the trust and confidence of the people we serve.


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Police Chief Chris Briggs
6835 North 57th Drive
Glendale, Arizona 85301
P:(623) 930-3059