Glendale Police Department

  • Agency: Glendale Police Department
  • Address: 6835 N 57th Drive, Glendale, 85301 AZ
  • Chief: Steven Conrad (Chief of Police)
Phone: (623) 930-3000

Glendale Police Department is located at 6835 N 57th Drive, Glendale, 85301 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Steven Conrad. The Glendale Police Department phone number is (623) 930-3000.

Glendale Police Department News

‪Strict #Traffic enforcement this week 4am-6:30pm! #WriteThisDown 59Av/Camelback 59Av/Bethany Home & 67Av/Bethany Home. Focus on cars & pedestrians too. #NotFasterThanTheFlash #CarsHurt

Yesterday was the first official day of Summer, so we dropped in at the Boys & Girls Club Metro Phx, Glendale Swift location to give away snow cones 🍧 and we played dodgeball with the kids. What an AWESOME time! 👏 Police 🚓 served up blue snow cones and Fire 🚒 served up the red ones! We think the kids enjoyed the blue ones more, but shhhhh don’t tell Fire 😉 #Community #Dodgeball "Remember the 5 D's of dodgeball: Dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge."

‪Thank you for everyone’s help! Emily has safely returned home in Mesa. ‬

‪Thank you for everyone’s help! Emily has safely returned home in Mesa. ‬ #Missing 14yo Emily Follett 5’3/135lbs was last seen wearing blk/whi striped dress & blk high top shoes was at a youth church group near 6200 W Peoria on 6/20/18 at 8:20PM. Emily takes medication daily. Anyone w/ info please call 623-930-3000 #Help ‬

Made snow cones 🍧 for the kids at the Boys & Girls Club Swift location, and now us and Glendale Fire Department are playing dodge ball!

Partners in Public Safety always looking towards the future. #Vision City of Phoenix Police Department

#TrafficAlert Camelback is closed between 57av and 53av for serious vehicle accident. Please use alternate route.

‪Happy #FathersDay to all the fathers out there. Thank you for your selfless love and sacrifice. For all the examples you’ve set, the advice you’ve given, and the futures you’ve made possible. 💙 ‬

20 Glendale teens spent the past week learning about police functions and were honored tonight at their graduation. #Youth #Community


#traffic Construction at 59Av and Glendale Av has traffic signals out. Officer in the intersection. Use alt route if possible

What’s in your backseat right now? Too hot to forget! #ExcessiveHeat

#CoffeeWithACop ☕️ is now #PizzaWithThePolice 🍕 this evening from 6-7pm Luna Pizza 7800 N. 55th Ave. No agenda or speeches just a chance to ask questions and talk! Same format, different venue.

Thanks @IHOb we now have to administer new training to our #DUI Squad when someone says they’re going to #IHOb at 2 in the morning it’s no longer a clue that they’ve been drinking 🤣 #DriveSafe #SaveALife #DontDrinkAndDrive #ItsOurTownPleaseSlowDown

Summer Heat PSA: Just a few tips as the temperatures rise! Do you have 5 minutes to potentially save a life?

Glendale Police Seek Help Solving Fatal Hit and Run GLENDALE, Ariz. – On Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at approximately 6:00 a.m., 25-year-old Jessica Leann Smith was struck and seriously injured on N. 59th Avenue between Olive and Northern Avenues. The investigation revealed Jessica was on North 59th Avenue, at or near a crosswalk, when she was struck by a northbound vehicle. The driver of the vehicle failed to stop and seek help for Jessica, who was badly injured. The driver and vehicle, instead, fled northbound on 59th Avenue. Sadly, about two months later, Jessica succumbed to her injuries and on April 9, 2018 she passed away in the hospital. Glendale Police Vehicular Crimes Investigators gathered evidence initially at the scene, which included damaged vehicle parts. At this time, investigators have not determined the make or the model of the fleeing vehicle, which is possibly metallic silver in color. However, investigators believe the vehicle sustained noticeable damage to the front end. The Glendale Police Department is asking for the community’s assistance in solving this crime. If you know of anyone or any vehicle that matches the above description, or if you have any information that might assist Glendale Investigators, no matter how insignificant you might think it is, please contact the Glendale Police Department immediately at 623-930-3000 or Silent Witness at 480-Witness. Below is a photo of victim, Jessica Smith.

#CoffeeWithACop ☕️ is now #TacosWithACop Join Glendale Police and Phoenix Police this afternoon from 1pm to 2pm at Tacos Tijuana, 4925 W. Bell Rd. Suite D1. No agenda or speeches just a chance to ask questions & talk!

Excessive heat warning today. #StayHydrated #CheckTheBackseat

The Citizens' Police Academy Alumni of Glendale (CPAAG) had their annual Meet and Greet for new member registration this week for those who recently graduated the Citizens Academy. If you haven't been to the Glendale Police Citizen's Academy make sure to sign up!

Update! Thank you everyone for your patience! We will be opening the roadway very soon. Our SWAT Team was able to assist this man in crisis and come to a peaceful resolution. Our trucks are making their way out now. #Traffic Olive Ave from 51st Ave to 55th Ave East and Westbound has been shutdown. We will update you when the roadway has been reopened this morning.

‪Thank you to our students and Citizens' Police Academy Alumni of Glendale (CPAAG) members for helping us put on “active shooter” training scenarios for Cameron Ridle Julio Cisneros Telemundo Arizona azfamily 3TV CBS 5 Telemundo Arizona #Community ‬

Thanks Cameron Ridle for joining us this morning to see what it’s like from a police perspective responding to an active shooter situation azfamily 3TV CBS 5

First Responders Family Appreciation Day On May 19th, 2018, the Glendale Police Department; in partnership with Glendale Fire Department, City of Phoenix Police Department and Phoenix Fire Department; hosted a “First Responder's Family Appreciation Day.” The event was held at the Grand Canyon University campus, who graciously made their gym and surrounding fields available to us. This day comprised of a basketball game between Phoenix and Glendale first responder's. Our Glendale team won 43-40 and will have bragging rights for the year! There were also free bowling, billiards, relay races, “Touch-A-Truck” with vehicles from all the departments to include a helicopter landing, and the event concluded with a prize drawing. Members of the Glendale Police Explorers, Citizens' Police Academy Alumni of Glendale (CPAAG), as well as Phoenix and Glendale Fire cadets were on hand to help families enjoy the day of fun. We were honored to host attendees from the ROOTS Recreational and Learning Center, Inc. and the Franklin Police & Fire High School. Special thanks to all the donations received to make this day a success from Grand Canyon University, the Phoenix Suns and the Phoenix Suns Gorilla, FX Tactical, Arrowhead Harley-Davidson, Sportsman's Warehouse, Skaggs Public Safety Uniforms - Arizona, Streamlight, Inc., @pointblankenterprises, Mama Lupitas Restaurant & Bar, Wines for Humanity Diana Pompa, Great Skate Glendale, My Cousin Vinny's Restaurant Peoria, Chick-fil-A Arrowhead, Citizens' Police Academy Alumni of Glendale (CPAAG), Cabela's, M&J Trophies & Apparel, Muscular Moving Men, LLC, and Firehouse Subs Northern Crossing The game was broadcast on Facebook Live and is still available for viewing. Special thanks to Ryan D Horrall for the fantastic photos!