Nancy Miranda is a 28 year veteran of law enforcement, beginning her career as a Jailer for the City of Bell. She quickly became a Jail Training Officer and worked as a Jailer until 1995. In 1992, she graduated from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Academy. The City of Bell hired her as a Reserve Police Officer where she worked from 1992 to 2002 in the patrol division. During this time she also had an opportunity to work for two years in the detective bureau as a Court Filing Officer. In 1998 she was hired as a Dispatcher and became a Dispatch Training Officer. Nancy was hired as a full time Police Officer with the City of Bell in February of 2002.
In May 2002, Nancy found her new home when she moved to the City of Glendora Police Department as a Police Officer.
In an effort to advance her career, Nancy went back to school while managing homework and sports activities for all four kids and several volunteer positions in the department and community. In 2005 she earned her Associate’s Degree from Citrus College in Administration of Justice, followed by a Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Studies from Cal State Long Beach in 2007. Nancy is also a graduate of The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Deputy Leadership Institute (DLI).
At Glendora PD, Nancy has served as Explorer Advisor, Orange County Sheriff Explorer Academy TAC Staff, Field Training Officer, Terrorist Liaison Officer, Peer Support Officer, Bike Patrol Officer, Crimes against Persons Detective and Crimes against Property Detective. In 2012, Nancy was promoted to Corporal and assigned to the patrol division. In 2018, Nancy was assigned to the Traffic Division where she currently serves as the Traffic Division Supervisor. Additionally, Nancy has served in the positions of Board Member, Vice President and President for the Police Officers Association over seven consecutive years, including three contract negotiations. She has also served as the Sergeant at Arms for the City of Glendora Social Group for seven consecutive years.
Nancy has also volunteered for the Glendora Lassie league as a Softball team manager, and as Team Captain for the Glendora Police Department Relay for Life team for ten years. Nancy has also served as event Co-Chair, and Event Chair. As of 2017, she is a new Kiwanis member. She just completed her volunteer commitment with the San Gabriel Valley Peace Officers Association, where she had served as Secretary, Treasurer, and Vice President. Nancy just completed service as SGVPOA President.
Nancy is currently a board member on the Training committee for California Peace Officers Association Region X and she is the Secretary for the Los Angeles Women’s Leaders in Law Enforcement.
Nancy has a long history of public service, self-sacrifice and commitment to her family, her profession, and her community.
Nancy grew up in Korea Town, Mid-City Los Angeles and graduated from Bishop Conaty Catholic Girls High School. She is a wife and mother to kids Franky, 30, Amanda, 29, Anthony, 22 and Irene, 19.