The Glendale Police Department is located at 131 North Isabel St. Glendale, CA 91206
The city of Glendale, CA is a beautiful city and the building that houses the Glendale Police Department and Jail is a direct reflection of that. This picture is a typical beautiful day in sunny Southern California. Just remember, there is also a jail inside this building.
A native of Glendale, Chief Ron De Pompa has been employed by the Glendale Police Department for the past 32 years. Chief De Pompa was responsible for establishing community policing, crime analysis, and a special weapons and tactics (SWAT) team within the department. He was also instrumental in leading strategic planning efforts to improve county-wide radio communications interoperability; homeland security planning and response capability; and city-wide disaster and emergency preparedness. Most recently, he has directed the construction of a long range staffing and service plan to increase the department by 100 sworn officers, and has implemented a holistic wellness program for the organization.
Typically those arrested by the Glendale Police department are kept here until their first court date. After that they may be transferred to Twin Towers or the Men's Central Jail in downtown Los Angeles.
Posting Glendale bail bonds we see the window on the left often.
It's the jailer's window where visitors will first access the jail and also where a bail bondsman will give the bond to the jailer.
If you know of someone you care about the is being held in the Glendale Jail that needs to be released, please gives us a call as soon as possible toll free 24 hours a day at 888-224-5266.
Last Updated: 10/04/2013