Citizen's Academy

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The Citizen's Academy is an outreach program to demystify the workings of your police department. Participants learn about the various duties and activities of the police department and criminal justice system. The Citizen's Academy is held twice a year at the Glendora Police Facility.

The classes are held one night a week for 10 weeks with the 11th week as the graduation dinner. To participate you must be 18 years of age and reside, work, or go to school in the city of Glendora. The Citizen's Academy also serves as a basic core course for persons who wish to become Auxiliary Volunteers. 
  Citizen's Academy Class 28 Traffic Stops

Class #33 of the Citizen’s Academy begins Wednesday, February 15th  2017 from 6:30pm - 9:00pm
and runs for 11 weeks.

 Thank you for your interest in our Citizen's Academy.
The current class is now FULL.
Please check back this summer for updates on the fall 2017 class.

There is no charge to participate in Citizen's Academy.

Citizen's Academy Application
(PDF Format)

For more information, call the Crime Prevention Unit at (626) 914-8268
or email

Participants Will:

  • Participate in Mock Felony Traffic Stops
  • Learn How GPD Uses Social Media
  • Learn About Crime Scene Investigation and How to Fingerprint
  • Learn About Narcotics and Drug Trends
  • Learn About Fraud & Identity Theft
  • Tour the Glendora Police Department Jail

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Citizen's Academy

Updated on 06/03/2014 9:12 AM

GPD Citizen's Academy Class #28