Glendale Police Department

  • Agency: Glendale Police Department
  • Address: 950 S Birch St, Glendale, 80246 CO
  • Chief: Victor Ross (Chief of Police)

Glendale Police Department is located at 950 S Birch St, Glendale, 80246 CO. The Chief of Police of the department is Victor Ross. The Glendale Police Department phone number is 303-759-1511.

Glendale Police Department News

Finally acknowledged! We couldn't run this place without the long hours and hard work of our Records Department! Thank you to Supv Grace, and Liz!!!

Officer Walter makes sure all the candy gets into the right hands at The Bookies Halloween party.

Welcoming our newest sworn! Glendale Officers Keelan and Phillips.

Join Us! Coffee with a Cop! Glendale's Sports Center Come on over! Here til 9:30AM

There will be another cell phone alert test today at 12:18 our time. It will say “THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. No action is needed.”

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month! Domestic violence can take place in heterosexual or same-sex relationships. Domestic violence can take a number of forms including physical, emotional, verbal, economic and sexual abuse, which can range from subtle, coercive forms to marital rape and to violent physical abuse that results in disfigurement or death. Speak out, be aware! Be the change!

Coffee with a Cop 10/03/2018

MORE Roadwork! Street paving from Monday 9-24 to 9-28 o E. Arizona Ave (Glendale section) from S. Bellaire St to South Birch St. Sept 24 o E. Tennessee Ave (Glendale section) from S. Cherry St. to S. Dexter St. Sept 24/25 o Fairfax, Custard, Center, Elm St. (Mir Park area) Sept. 25th- 27th. Residents and park patrons will not be able to park on-street from 7am to 7pm o 28th is a weather make up day. Adjust your plans so you are not inconvenienced so much! Thank you!

Entire Road Closure! Metro Wasterwater will be closing Cherry Creek Drive South from Colorado Blvd. to S. Birch St. this weekend. The closure will begin Friday night September 21st at 7pm and ends Monday morning, September 24 before 5 am.

News! Effective September 24, 2018, the Glendale Police Department will no longer provide fingerprint services. This change is in response to Senate Bill 17-189. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) developed the Colorado Applicant Background Services (CABS) program. Specific vendors are appointed and trained by CBI, and are the only places where fingerprinting services are available. The vendor services will be located throughout the State, increasing applicants’ ability to obtain fingerprints in a timely manner. Applicants are able to schedule appointments online with the vendors and the fingerprint cards will be submitted electronically. This will allow for results to now only take hours instead of days or weeks. To view locations, read additional information or to schedule a fingerprinting appointment, visit: You may also call 720-292-2722 for though their website is down today.

Happy Birthday, and Thank you.

Sergeant Baumgartner and Officer Holden were at the Colorado Law Enforcement Hiring Expo

We remember with gratitude and respect, all the first responders who gave so much and all the families who suffered tragic loss 17 years ago today. We also honor the 10 police officers who died just this year and their families and those other first responders who died in the years since, from 9/11 injuries or illnesses, like cancers and neurological disorders, etc. To see the 10 police officers who succumbed just this year as a result of their service on 09/11/01, go to :

Remember, tomorrow, your phone might sound the emergency alert if you are near the right Denver tower.

Cone Zone starting next week! Use caution and possibly different routes to avoid delays!

Remember in case...

ALERT TEST PLANNED! On Wednesday, September 5th, between 11:00a.m. and 11:30a.m., the City and County of Denver will issue a test message through the Wireless Emergency Alert System (WEA). This system allows government and public safety officials to send critical information to an individual’s cell phone or other mobile device during an emergency. Please note, there is a CHANCE that those of us located just in Glendale, might also receive the WEA test depending on the location of their phone provider’s cellular towers. The September 5th test message will read, “This is a test of the Wireless Emergency Alert System for Denver, CO. This is only a test.” If a real-world situation coincides with the planned WEA test on Wednesday, September 5th, the backup test date is Thursday, September 13th, between 11:00am and 11:30am. When the alert is received on the user’s mobile device, it will trigger a loud noise and cause the device to vibrate. Both the full audio signal and vibration will be repeated twice while displaying the text-like message on the cell phone’s display.

Way to go!!! Officer Tim Walter competed in the Ironman 70.3 (Miles that is!) in Boulder this past weekend and finished in the upper half!

Team Glendale at DIA for the Special Olympics Plane Pull. We may not have gotten the fastest pull times, but the players had fun and were helping a great cause!

August 1st 1876

Would you help Special Olympics again? Coming up is the Plane Pull at DIA. Glendale Officers are competing!! To donate please go to Thank you from us and thank you on behalf of the Special Olympic Athletes!

Finally got our photos! Thank you to all who came to Chili's for Tip-A-Cop! Highest amount raised here in the last five years!!! Thanks for helping the athletes of Special Olympics Colorado!!