The Glendale Police Foundation


GPF Supports the Glendale Police Department

Glendale Police Foundation

PO Box 10142

Glendale, CA 91209-0142

Public safety is our first priority.  We’re fortunate to have a great partnership with the GPF. As a community organization, they know that public safety is everyone’s responsibility.  Their efforts are strategically focused on our operational needs and help us fight crime and keep Glendale safe.

Robert M. Castro, Chief of Police

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Glendale Police Foundation Newsletter
September 2014Welcome_files/Glendale%20Police%20Foundation%20newsletter%20-%20SEPTEMBER%202014.pdf

Lt. Feeley’s cardboard cutout made the rounds of local businesses, schools, and, of course, parties.


The Glendale Police Foundation provides funding to:

  1. Bullet  Support Glendale Police Department operations and promote public safety.

  2. Bullet   Strengthen community/police partnerships.

  3. Bullet   Encourage innovations.

  4. Bullet   Promote officer safety.

  5. Bullet   Recognize and honor heroism, valor, and outstanding achievements.

The FBI released a recent report naming Glendale one of the safest cities in the nation.  This doesn’t happen by magic. Each year, our Police Department is asked to do more for public safety with fewer officers and less funding. Result:  GPF provides the tools, training, technology and equipment that might otherwise go unfunded.

Where We Are in December 2014

We Have New Police Officers

  1. The Glendale Police Department welcomed five  new officers on October 23, 2014 Read more.


  1. Help us celebrate and honor these hard-earned promotions.

Sixth Annual K-9s in the Park: a great hit...

  1. Thousands gathered in Verdugo Park to enjoy...

Congratulations Lisa Brewer

The Army of Pink

In an effort to increase awareness about breast cancer, Glendale Adventist Medical Center sponsored their biennial battle of the Army of Pink. 

The Glendale Police Department’s entry, Lt. Tim Feeley, won the battle and was anointed the king of pink for his efforts to raise awareness of breast cancer. Lt. Feeley along with partner and campaign advisor Yudy, a retired GPD K-9, worked hard to garner over 100,000 votes.  Great job!