On behalf of the dedicated employees of the City of Bunnell Police Department, thank you for visiting our website. We, the members of the Bunnell Police Department, are proud of our town and our unwavering commitment to providing the highest quality of police services to all who live, work, and visit our community.

Our core values—Courage, Honor, Integrity, and Loyalty—guide us in our daily duties and interactions. We strive to lead our profession with these principles and aim to be recognized as a shining star among small law enforcement agencies.

The men and women of the Bunnell Police Department take great pride in our agency and deeply appreciate the continued support of our community. Together, we can ensure Bunnell remains a safe place to live, visit, conduct business, and raise a family.

Our Mission

The Mission of the Bunnell Police Department is to Serve Above Self.  We hold ourselves to the highest standards of ethics, excellence, and accountability while upholding the Constitutional rights of all persons.  We are committed to engaging the community to identify and resolve crime, the fear of crime, and any issue impacting public safety.

A History of Service to the Community

The Bunnell Police Department began its service to the citizens of Bunnell in 1913 and was formed by utilizing a single officer called the Town Marshal. The City of Bunnell’s first Town Marshal was Ernest Walter Johnston. The Town Marshal worked out of the Bunnell City Hall located at 200 South Church Street.

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Staff Contacts

Name Title Phone
Gerard "Jay" Lampiasi Evidence and Records Clerk (386) 206-4617
David Brannon Chief of Police (386) 437-7508
Rommel Scalf Evidence / Property Manager (386) 263-8988
Elisa Terranova Administrative Assistant to the Chief of Police (386) 437-7508