Glendora's first female police chief retires

  • Source: San Gabriel Valley Tribune - Metered Site
  • Published: 02/17/2020 02:01 PM

Glendora’s first female police chief is retiring. Lisa Rosales, whose last day is Tuesday, Feb. 18, served as the city’s police chief for three years and worked more than three decades in law enforcement. Lisa Rosales, chief of police in Glendora, is retiring effective Feb. 18, 2020. (Photo courtesy Glendora Police Department) She rose from the ranks: working in patrol, as a detective and in administrative services. Rosales had been a commander at the Pasadena Police Department and was police chief at San Pablo. “I have served three amazing communities over the course of 33 years and have been a chief for six of those years,” she says in a statement. “Thank you for allowing me the honor to make a difference in the lives of others. “I want to thank my family for supporting me through the rigors of this profession,” the chief says. “Now it is time to focus on them; I’m looking forward to being a full-time ‘Grammy.’ ”


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