Glendale police capture second in relay event

Glendale police finished second over the weekend in the two-day Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay, where they competed against other law enforcement agencies.

They fell behind the Torrance Police Department, which finished first among law enforcement agencies with fewer than 300 sworn personnel.

While Glendale police came in second, their time and ranking improved from last year’s race when they took home sixth place.

The race was created to challenge police officers to work together as well as increase their fitness.

Not far behind was the Burbank Police Department, which came in 10th place among agencies with fewer than 500 sworn and nonsworn staffers working in law enforcement.


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