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Glendale Community College District Police Department

To Ensure Student Success By Providing Public Safety

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EMERGENCY PHONE: (818) 409-5911 or dial ext. 4000 from a campus phone

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES


GENERAL INFORMATION: (818) 551-5205 or Dial 5205 from any campus phone

POLICE EMAIL: police@glendale.edu

PARKING EMAIL: parking@glendale.edu

 

Message from the Chief:

The Glendale Community College Police Department's mission is to ensure student success by providing public safety. We are located in the Sierra Madre Building Room 153 on the Verdugo Campus.  Open 7 days a week, the College Police Department is staffed by sworn Peace Officers, Communication and Records Specialists, and Cadets. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us.  Emergencies, crimes, and suspicious activities should be reported immediately.

Sincerely,

Gary J. Montecuollo
Chief of Police

 

Immigration Policy: 

The Glendale Community College District Police Dept. does not have jurisdiction or responsibility for the enforcement of federal immigration laws or deportation orders. As such, our College Police Dept. does not detain, question, or arrest any individual based on actual or suspected undocumented immigration status. The College Police Dept. is committed to serving and protecting all members of the college community.

 
Similarly, the College Police Dept. will not use its funds, facilities, equipment, or personnel for immigration enforcement. The College Police Dept. will not provide federal authorities with confidential information about any individual for immigration enforcement purposes that is restricted by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) or other privacy laws unless the District is required to respond to a lawfully issued judicial criminal warrant, administrative warrant, subpoena, or court order issued by a federal or state judge.

For more information on the District’s commitment to its diverse student population without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, immigration status, gender, disability, or any other protected classes under federal and state law, please refer to the District’s resolution here, non discrimination policy here and prohibition of harassment policy here.