In the dipole glass system of deuterated rubidium ammonium dihydrogen phosphate (DRADP-x, x=0.6), we measured the dielectric constants and the polarizations. Real and imaginary parts of the dielectric constants were measured and investigated about the formation of the glass state. By measuring the pyroelectric current and the charge. we obtained zero-field cooled field cooled and remanent polarization. At fixed temperature, we obtained thermoremanent polarizations in time domain. and these results were fitted with stretched exponential and power law functions, of which the relation were analyzed quantitatively to the remanent polarization.