The Glendale Police Department is made up of a team of professionals with diverse talents. Roles may vary on availability. Check the Official Job Bulletin for openings.
The Police Cadet position is a temporary, unclassified, part-time position and consists of a variety of non-hazardous support functions at the Glendale Police Department, while attending college.
The Forensic Biology Unit is responsible for the detection and identification of biological materials on evidentiary items; a process commonly known as “screening”.
An officer who moves from one agency to another, typically at a similar or higher rank, without having to repeat the entire training process.
The Glendale Police Explorer program is a volunteer program for people who are14 - 21 years old. The program allows the Explorers to learn about police work and prepare for a rewarding career in law enforcement.
A custody officer is an individual responsible for the safety, care, and supervision of individuals who are being held in police custody or detention.
A law enforcement officer who performs many of the same duties as a regular officer on a part-time, intermittent, or emergency basis.