Prelate Delivers Invocation at the Swearing-In of Glendale Police Chief Carl Povilaitis

On Thursday, May 31, 2018, Carl Povilaitis was formally sworn in as the Chief of the Glendale Police Department. By the invitation of the City of Glendale Police Department, H.E. Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian, Prelate, attended and delivered the invocation. He was accompanied by Archpriest Fr. Vazken Atmajian.

City Manager Yasmin Beers welcomed the guests, after which His Eminence delivered the invocation.

The Prelate prayed for the Lord to guide Chief Povilaitis as he now carries the weight of the community’s safety and welfare on his shoulders, to grant him strength of will and prudence to fulfill the demands of his mighty duties and responsibilities, and grace him with divine wisdom as he leads the Glendale Police Department with honor and dignity, justice and fairness. His Eminence prayed for the Lord to watch over all police officers who bravely and selflessly put their lives on the line day in and day out to keep us safe, to grant them strength and courage to face the dangers of today’s world, and to protect their families as well. Finally, the Prelate beseeched the Lord’s blessings upon the honorable Mayor and City Council, all government officials, civil servants, members of service organizations, and residents, who work in accord as members of one family for the wellbeing and prosperity of the vibrant and beautiful Jewel City. He concluded by conveying his congratulations and best wishes to Chief Povilaitis.

The swearing-in ceremony followed, administered by the City Manager.
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Members of the Glendale City Council and L.A. County Sheriff Jim McDonnell conveyed their congratulatory remarks.
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Chief Povilaitis thanked all for their well wishes and outlined his priorities for the City.

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