Office Hours: Monday-Friday 7am to 5pm
Saturday 8am to Noon
All other hours by appointment (717) 761-2609
Chief of Police: Steven Junkin
Operations Lieutenant: Shaun Felty Ext. 202
CID Lieutenant: Richard Nulty Ext. 209
Detective: Mary Catherine Hottenstein Ext. 220
Detective: Thomas Burfeind Ext. 225
Detective: Crawford Gingrich
Detective: Robert Higgins Ext. 223
Patrolman: Derek Day Ext. 217
Patrolman: Jason Groller Ext. 221
Patrolman: Matthew Grunden Ext. 224
Patrolman: Jason Julseth Ext. 222
Patrolman: Raffaele Kissoon Ext. 216
Patrolman: Michael McIntyre Ext. 219
Patrolman: Johannes Notz Ext. 203
Patrolman: Joshua Pressel Ext. 208
Patrolman: Derrick Siegfried Ext. 205
Patrolman: David Shaffer Ext. 212
Patrolman: William Toth Ext. 213
Patrolman: Michael Winkelman Ext. 215
Patrolman: Justin Wright Ext. 204
Patrolman: Jason Yeager Ext. 227
Civilian Support (Full-time): Trisha McClain-Myers
Police Department Organization
Chief of Police
The Chief is the head of the Police Department. He oversees the planning and operations of the entire Police Department.
The administration consists of the Chief of Police, a Captain, two Lieutenants, four Sergeants, and Civilian staff members. Currently the Captain’s position remains unfilled. The department has two Lieutenants who assist the Chief in the administration of the police department. The primary duty of one Lieutenant is to oversee patrol while the other Lieutenant oversees the Criminal Investigation Division (CID).
Two Civilian employees, one full time and one part time, assist with the administrative functions. Their primary function is to maintain the department records, informational systems in the police department, greet and assist visitors, maintain files for accreditation purposes, child seat installation, fingerprinting, and other assignments from time to time.
Criminal Investigation Division
Three investigators staff this unit of the Police Department. Their duties include extensive follow-up investigations of crimes, crime scene processing, and assisting in preventative planning. They also coordinate the Police Department’s cases with other local, state, and federal agencies.
The Patrol Division is the unit that contains the bulk of the manpower of the Police Department. The Patrol Division consists of four squads of officers who maintain 24-hour patrol of the community. Each squads make up at optimum manpower is one Sergeant and four police officers. Their duties include patrol efforts in neighborhoods, answering calls for service, conducting initial investigations into traffic complaints, traffic enforcement, and accident investigation.
The Police Department maintains a 24-hour desk/communication center to handle direct emergency calls, after hour walk-in complaints and non-emergency complaints. The center is located in Carlisle, Pa.