Chief Jeff Bunn
Chief Bunn started his public safety career in 1983 with the Citrus Heights Fire District as a resident Firefighter/EMT. In 1987 Chief Bunn began his law Enforcement career with the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office, holding the position of Correctional Deputy. During this time he also worked with the Sonama County Regional Parks District as a Law Enforcement Ranger.
Chief Bunn relocated his family to Iowa in 1993. He joined the Toledo Police Department as a Patrolman, until joining the State Center Police Department as Chief in 1998.
Chief Bunn is a graduate of Camino Baptist Academy, Del Campo High School, Sonoma County Sheriff's Correctional Academy and the 153rd Basic Academy at the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy. Chief Bunn has completed numerous certification courses throughout his career.
He has strived to provide and improve services in State Center by implementing the first reserve officer program with an approved staff of five reserve officers. Under Chief Bunn the department has increased services by gaining two regularly scheduled part-time officer and two marked patrol cars. The part time officers work a minimum of 20 hours a week.
Chief Bunn is married and has two sons. He has devoted 20 + years of his life to pubic service and continues to be dedicated in serving.
Sergeant Dan Quigley #352
Sgt. Quigley started Part Time with the State Center Police Department in June of 2011. Quigley started his Law Enforcement Career as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff with the Tama County Sheriff’s Office in 2005. In October of 2008 Quigley was hired as a Police Officer by the City of Scranton. In 2009 the City of Scranton appointed him as Chief of Police, a position he held until returning to the Tama-Toledo area in 2010. Where he began working for the Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police earning the rank of Sergeant with the Casino Division. Quigley currently is a Police Officer with the City of Toledo. He also works as a Part Time Deputy Sheriff for the Tama County Sheriff’s Office.
Quigley is a graduate of the 228th Basic of the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy. He holds a certification as a Crisis/Hostage Negotiator, as an ILEA Defensive Flashlight Instructor and in Drug Abuse Recognition.
Officer Glenn Goode #353
Officer Goode joined SCPD as a Part Time Officer in January of 2012. Officer Goode began his Law Enforcement Career as a Reserve Police Officer with the City of Estherville in 1997. In 1998 Officer Goode was hired by the City of Scranton as a Police Officer. During his time with the City of Scranton Goode served as a Police Officer and later became Chief of Police.
Since leaving Scranton in 2002, Goode has been a Peace Officer with the Iowa Department of Transportation, Office of Motor Vehicle Enforcement, where he currently holds the title of Motor Vehicle Sergeant/Hazardous Material Specialist. Throughout his Law Enforcement career Goode has also worked Part Time with the Cities of Anita, Madrid and with the Greene Count y Sheriff’s Office.
Officer Goode holds an Associate of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Iowa Lakes Community College. He is also a graduate of the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy’s Basic Level II course. Goode is a certified MPH Radar Instructor, and has completed multiple specialized Law Enforcement training courses.