We are committed to excellence and professionalism in delivering comprehensive law enforcement services. Our core responsibility is to prevent and reduce crime; we strive to create a community where everyone feels safe in their homes, businesses, schools and neighborhoods.
We will be the model of an innovative, community-oriented police department.
Using current and developing technologies, we are committed to research and innovation. Technology will enhance our highly skilled workforce in the investigation of crime and the analysis of trends.
We will continually strive to develop the skills of our members and to efficiently and effectively manage our resources to deliver the highest level of service to the public.
Members of the Glendale Police Department will continue to form lasting and successful partnerships within the community as well as with law enforcement, government, faith-based and non-profit organizations.
Everything we do, collectively or individually, will be done in accordance with our core values of Excellence, Integrity, Respect, Courage, Dedication, and Compassion.
- Main - Downtown station
6835 N. 57th Dr.
- Foothills -
6255 W. Union Hills Dr.
6261 N. 83rd Ave.
- Number of Officers: 413
- Civilian Employees: 120
- Population: 234,632
As of August 5, 2015
- 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.