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Glendora Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 7
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 5
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(626) 914-8250

Thursday, October 19th, 2017 at 11:00pm
#ShakeOut, the world’s largest earthquake drill, is 10/19 at 10:19 a.m.! Join us: https://t.co/Gg2zFoBGNP https://t.co/Ixj2wwbjBx Glendora_PD photo
Thursday, October 19th, 2017 at 11:00pm
Are You Ready to ShakeOut?
With 318 million people living and working in the United States, a major earthquake... https://t.co/m0AYOEP3iU
Tuesday, October 17th, 2017 at 9:05pm
Brush fire above the City of Sierra Made (Mt. Wilson area). No threat to Glendora at this time. We ... from... https://t.co/qA59Bp2HHg
Tuesday, October 17th, 2017 at 9:05pm
Brush fire above the City of Sierra Made (Mt. Wilson area). No threat to Glendora at this time. We will continue to monitor.
Friday, October 13th, 2017 at 9:18am
Join us at Luca Bella tonight from 5 - 9 pm as we collect tips for breast cancer awareness/treatment! https://t.co/S9uNxXBHHd Glendora_PD photo
Friday, October 13th, 2017 at 2:40am
Glendora High School Homecoming Parade Friday October 13th at 4pm in the Glendora Downtown ... from Glendora... https://t.co/yVJKhoOcXk

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Glendora Police DepartmentFriday, October 20th, 2017 at 2:00am
Are You Ready to ShakeOut?
With 318 million people living and working in the United States, a major earthquake could cause unprecedented devastation. What we do now, before a big earthquake, will determine how well we survive and recover.
Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills in October 2016 involved more than 55 million participants through broad-based outreach programs, media partnerships, and public advocacy by hundreds of partners. The drill is held annually on the third Thursday of October. This year, the International ShakeOut Day will be at 10:19 a.m. on October 19.

The 2017 ShakeOut drill will be the largest preparedness event in world history. To participate, go to www.ShakeOut.org/register

At the minimum practice "Drop, Cover, and Hold On" at the specified time, which is 10/19 at 10:19 a.m. this year. It is only a one-minute commitment for something that can save your life.
For more information, visit www.ShakeOut.org.

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ShakeOut Drill Broadcast (English, any region, with earthquake sound effects)
English version of the Drill Broadcast to play during any ShakeOut earthquake drill (or any similar "Drop, Cover, and Hold On" drill). Some ShakeOut drills h...
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Glendora Police Department shared a link.Wednesday, October 18th, 2017 at 12:05am
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Glendora Police DepartmentTuesday, October 17th, 2017 at 3:00am
Coyotes in Our Community

As a reminder, while coyotes are important to the eco system because they help to keep the rodent population down, they can also become troublesome.

There are a few ways that we can help to keep coyotes out of our yards and living spaces.

We can all help by:

•Never leaving food out that attracts Coyotes. Although their main diet is mice, rats and rabbits, they also eat fruit, berries, domestic animal food and compost.
•Secure your trash in cans with tight fitting lids and pick up fallen fruit from your yard.
•Bring your pets in at night.
•Secure water sources.
•Never feed or attempt to tame coyotes. The result may be deadly conflicts with pets or livestock, or serious injuries to small children.

If Coyotes are given access to human food and garbage, their behavior changes. They lose caution and fear.

One way you can help to keep Coyotes away is to use “hazing” or fear conditioning methods. Here are a few ways of hazing that can be helpful:

•Yelling and waving your arms while approaching the coyote.
•Don’t let them feel comfortable in your neighborhood. Yell, use whistles, air horns, bells, “shaker” cans full of marbles or pennies, pots, lids or pie pans banged together to scare them away.
•Projectiles: sticks, small rocks, tennis balls or rubber balls are another great way to fear condition Coyotes.

If a coyote or any wildlife is posing an imminent threat, residents are instructed to call 9-1-1. To report sightings or other information on wildlife, contact the Glendora Police Department at 626-914-8250
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Glendora Police DepartmentSaturday, October 14th, 2017 at 11:22am
School Resource Officer Cordura followed the end of the GHS Homecoming Parade today. Great fun!
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Glendora Police DepartmentSaturday, October 14th, 2017 at 6:03am
A large convoy of 80 privately owned historic military vehicles will be driving through Glendora today on Route 66.

The Military Vehicle Preservation Association (www.MVPA.org) has organized their 91st Anniversary Convoy with as many as 80 Historic Military Vehicles (HMVs) that will retrace the original 1926 Route 66 and will launch from Chicago, Illinois on Saturday, 16 September, 2017 and arrive in Santa Monica, California some 29 days later, on Saturday, 14 October, 2017.

They estimating the convoy will travel through Glendora around 2:30 pm on October 13, 2017.

You can follow their progress on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MilitaryVehiclePreservationAssociation

Photo credit: www.mvpa.org
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Glendora Police Department shared a link.Friday, October 13th, 2017 at 5:40am