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COVID-19 and the Glendale Police Department

*If calling emergency services (9-1-1) while experiencing flu-like symptoms, fever, or respiratory distress, please notify the communications operators so first responders can take necessary safety precautions prior to their arrival.

The Glendale Police Department made certain operational adjustments as part of their continued, proactive approach towards slowing the spread of COVID-19. Their response to emergency and non-emergency calls for service will not change, and they continue to deliver uninterrupted police services in the Glendale community. In an effort to provide the highest level of safety and service, while preserving the health of both police personnel and members of the community, GPD has limited access to the front lobby of the Department (131 N Isabel St.) until further notice, except in essential situations. Lobby restrictions do not apply to the following:

  • Situations in which a law enforcement presence is needed to immediately protect life, safety, or property

  • Impound releases

  • Individual who are required by law to check-in with law enforcement

  • Mandated visits for payment of fees or collection of property

If a member of the public requires police assistance while at the Glendale Police Department, they can utilize the phone located next to the main entrance doors to speak with an operator. They are also limiting jail visits of inmates to attorneys and clergy only, in accordance with recommendations buy the Board of State & Community Corrections.

For any of the following services, please call the number provided to make an appointment:

  • For front desk services: 818.548.6481

  • For the Records Bureau: 818.548.3136

  • For the Traffic Bureau: 818.548.3131

  • For the Property Bureau: 818.548.3147

  • For the jail: 818.548.3124

For on- emergency Police Dispatch, please call 818.548.4911

The City of Glendale has also suspended parking enforcement of street sweeping restrictions in residential areas through at least the end of March.


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