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Message from the Chief

Come join the adventure!

I invite you to attend the Citizen’s Academy at the Glendora Police Department (GPD). The Citizen’s Academy is an informative, classroom-style program designed to promote a greater awareness and better understanding of your local police, contemporary policing, and GPD’s partnership with all segments of our community

As a class member, you will participate in mock building searches, mock traffic stops, learn about our City’s government, how to fingerprint, tour the dispatch center and the jail, and much more.  One feature of the academy is the option to participate in a ride-a-long with a police officer and observe them in their daily activities.  The 11-week classes are free and begin on Wednesday February 6th, 2019.  They are held at the Glendora Police Department from 6:30pm - 9pm.  

You can apply by filling out an application which is available:
on the GPD website
• or via email at nulloa@glendorapd.org 
• or stop by the Police Department at 150 S. Glendora Avenue to pick up and drop off your application.  

Classes are open to adults who live or work in the City of Glendora and to those who attend Citrus College.  

 
Lisa G. Rosales 
Chief of Police
150 S. Glendora Avenue
Glendora, California 91741
(626) 914-8250
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Robert M. Castro,
Chief of Police
150 S. Glendora Avenue
Glendora, California 91741
(626) 914-8250
Robert M. Castro,
Chief of Police
150 S. Glendora Avenue
Glendora, California 91741
(626) 914-8250