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Quincy Police Department Info

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Administration / Command Staff:

Chief of Police      Robert Copley
Deputy Chief of Administration Services      Adam Yates
Deputy Chief of Operations      Shannon Pilkington
Administrative Services Sergeant      Travis Wiemelt
First Shift Lieutenant      John J. Nevin
Second Shift Lieutenant      Chad Scott
Investigative Section Lieutenant      Kathy Schisler
Central Records Supervisor      Susan Vahlkamp
Chief's Secretary / Office Manager      Jennifer Kerker


Calls for Service:

In 2018, the Quincy Police Department handled 35,740 calls.

Service Area:

The Quincy Police Department patrols 14.7 square miles within the incorporated boundaries of the City and the Quincy Regional Airport. The city is divided into five patrol districts.


The operating budget for the police department is approximately $10,819,683.00.

Department Size:

The Quincy Police Department is authorized to employ 75 sworn officers and 12 civilians.


According to the United States Census the estimated population for Quincy is 40,600. The Quincy Police department is not only responsible for serving and protecting the citizens who live in Quincy but also those people visiting or doing business in Quincy which can push the population to an estimated 100,000 or more on any given day.