About The Arcadia Police Foundation

The Arcadia Police Foundation (APF) is an independent, community-based non-profit organization that supports the Arcadia Police Department (APD) by providing financial support and by promoting the community and police partnership.

Founded in 2015, APF’s first major initiative was to bring police dogs and handlers, or “K9 units” back to Arcadia after a decades-long absence. Thanks to the support of the community and APF, two K-9 units were deployed. Zoli, Kota, and their handlers have been instrumental in providing invaluable services including:

  • Community Outreach
  • Search & Apprehension
  • Special Operations

APF will continue to work with APD and the City of Arcadia to identify worthy projects to marshal support for. These may include more tools and equipment for officers, supplemental training, and community-building efforts.

Help The Arcadia Police Department

Please consider donating your time, special skills, or financial resources to help keep Arcadia a safe city to live, work, and play. Donations received through the Arcadia Police Foundation help the men and women of the Arcadia Police Department continue to do an outstanding job in our community.

Board of Directors

The foundation is overseen by a board of directors composed of members of the community.

T.G. Metzger

President

Carol Libby
Board Member
Vern Whittaker
Treasurer
Mary E. Hanson
Board Member
Glenn Oyoung
Secretary
Timothy Joe
Board Member
Sue Cook
Board Member
Sho Tay
Board Member
Robert Guthrie
Chief of Police / Department Liaison