Assistant Chief Jim Maccoun
Police Chief Jim Maccoun was raised in Roseville and his interest in law enforcement grew from a part time job at the Roseville Police Department while attending Sierra College. He served the Sacramento Police Department from 1982 till 2014 in every rank from Community Service Officer to Captain in a wide variety of assignments. He was pleased to be able to return to Roseville as the Assistant Chief in 2014, and was promoted to Police Chief in 2017. He has a Bachelor's in Criminal Justice from CSU Sacramento, a Master's in Public Administration from National University, and attended the Strategic Management Institute for Police at Boston University. He enjoys bicycling and any time spent outdoors in the Sierra Nevada.
Captain Troy Bergstrom
Captain Troy Bergstrom has been a Police Officer since 1995 and with the Roseville Police Dept. since 2000. He was promoted to Lieutenant in 2010 and Captain in 2016. He holds a Master's Degree and a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from CSU Sacramento. He is a graduate of the 252nd Session of the FBI National Academy. As operations captain, Capt. Bergstrom oversees all of the functions of the patrol division including patrol shifts, the K-9 Unit, and the special operations unit, including the Roseville-Rocklin regional SWAT Team and bomb squad. He is a member of the City of Roseville emergency management team, which plans for and manages major emergencies in the city. Capt. Bergstrom has previously served as commander of the special operations unit, professional standards unit manager, crime suppression unit supervisor, K-9 unit sergeant, patrol sergeant and field training officer.
Captain Marc Glynn
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Captain Marc Glynn started his law enforcement career with the Berkeley Police Department in 2001, and joined the Roseville Police Department in March 2003. He was promoted to lieutenant in 2011 and to the rank of captain in December, 2017. He has a bachelor's degree in business management and a master's degree in organizational leadership. Captain Glynn graduated from the POST Command College in April 2015. He currently manages the services division,which includes traffic, community services, social services and investigations. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his family, coaching youth basketball and playing sports.
 Lieutenant Simon Captain Josh Simon joined the Roseville Police Department in 2005. Before that he worked for the Woodland Police Department for ten years as an officer and a detective. He promoted to the rank of lieutenant in 2015 and to captain in March, 2017. Captain Simon is a graduate of California State University Sacramento, and manages the support services division, which includes communications, records, property and evidence, and the professional standards unit.
Lieutenant Richardson
Lieutenant Maria Richardson started her law enforcement career with the Santa Cruz Police Department in 1995, and joined the Roseville Police Department in 2001. She was promoted to lieutenant in 2012. She holds a bachelor's degree in social work from San Jose State University. She currently is a manager and watch commander in the patrol division.  In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and playing soccer.
 Lieutenant Doug Blake Lieutenant Doug Blake has been a Police Officer with the Roseville Police Department since 2003. He was promoted to lieutenant in 2016. He holds a bachelor's of science degree in criminal justice from American Intercontinental University. Lieutenant Blake oversees the Professional Standards Unit, and manages the defensive tactics program, the police department's fitness program, and commands the special operations unit, which includes the Roseville-Rocklin Regional SWAT Team, the Roseville-Rocklin regional explosive ordnance disposal unit,and the rapid containment team.
 Lt. Brian Lewis  Lieutenant Brian Lewis started his law enforcement career with the Livermore Police Department in 1994. In 2003, he went to work for the U.S. Secret Service as a special agent assigned to the Sacramento resident office. In 2005, Brian became a member of the Roseville Police Department where he has served as a SWAT team member, motorcycle officer, and patrol sergeant before promoting to the rank of lieutenant in 2016. Lieutenant Lewis has a bachelor of arts degree from Saint Mary's College of California in business management. He also served eight years in the U.S. Navy as an intelligence specialist. He currently oversees the community services unit and traffic unit. In his spare time, he enjoys working out and SCUBA diving.
Lieutenant Jeff Kool Lieutenant Jeff Kool began his law enforcement career with the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office in 2002 before joining the Roseville Police Department in 2004. He was promoted to lieutenant in 2016.  He holds a bachelor's of science degree in criminal justice from California State University Sacramento. Lieutenant Kool has served as a member of the vice and narcotics enforcement team, SWAT, the rapid containment team, explosive ordinance disposal unit and patrol. He has also been a board member and the department liaison with the Roseville Crime Stoppers Organization for several years. Lieutenant Kool currently oversees the investigations unit, the police technology team and the explosive ordnance disposal unit (bomb squad). He also represents RPD on Placer County's Incident Management Team. In his spare time Lieutenant Kool enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, and traveling.
 Lt. Missy Morris Lieutenant Missy Morris started her working life as a lifeguard and diving instructor for Oakmont High School in 1988, and worked three summers for Roseville's Parks and Recreation Department during college. After earning her BA in Behavioral Psychology at UC Santa Barbara, she worked in the Santa Barbara and San Mateo Counties Probation Departments before starting her police officer career in 1995 at the Palo Alto Police Department. She later became a  police officer in Mountain View, CA before finally getting the opportunity to return to Roseville as a police officer. Lt. Morris was the first and (so far) only female motorcycle traffic officer to ride for the Roseville Police traffic unit. Lieutenant Morris has been the lead negotiator for the Critical Incident Negotiations Team for 18 years and currently serves as a patrol watch commander. She is an avid motorcycle enthusiast who has ridden over 10,000 miles in the last 10 years in her spare time. She was promoted to the rank of lieutenant on March 17, 2018. She is a patrol watch commander, oversees the reserve program, and represents the police department on the City's Organizational Culture and Leadership team.
 Lt. Phil Mancini Lieutenant Phil Mancini started his law enforcement career with the San Jose Police Department in 1995, and joined the Roseville Police Department in 2005.  He was promoted to the rank of lieutenant in 2018.  He holds bachelor's and master’s degrees in public administration from the University of San Francisco.  Lieutenant Mancini manages the Field Training Program, Recruitment and Advanced Officer Training and currently serves as a patrol watch commander.  In his spare time Lieutenant Mancini enjoys spending time with his wife and three children and is an avid Crossfitter!
 Lt. Kelby Newton Lieutenant Kelby Newton graduated from Roseville High School and from CSU Sacramento, where he earned a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice.  He joined the Roseville Police Department in 1997.  As a sergeant, Kelby supervised the investigations unit, the SWAT sniper team, the Vice  & Narcotics Enforcement Team (VNET), the peer support team, the EVOC (emergency vehicle operation course) and the field training program.  He also supervised the newly developed threat assessment unit.  Kelby also developed the department's Business Connect Program, which promotes partnerships between local businesses and the police department.  He was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant on March 17, 2018.  He is currently a patrol watch commander and oversees the K9 unit and the departments peer support program.  In his spare time, Lieutenant Newton enjoys spending time with his family. He is active in youth sports and has been a manager of several youth teams.  
Police Administrator Claudia Villa Administrator Claudia Villa currently serves as the administrator over the Records Division, Property/Evidence and Crime Scene Investigations Units. Claudia has over 15 years of law enforcement experience with extensive background in public records, communications, and technical services. She is a graduate of California State University Sacramento, and has a California teaching credential in public service.
Administrator Braverman Administrator Katie Braverman started with the Sacramento Police Department in 1999 and joined Roseville Police Department as a police services administrator in 2014. Administrator Braverman has an AA in communication from Sacramento City College, and a BA in organizational management from Ashford University. She holds a POST basic dispatcher certificate, and maintains certification as an Emergency Medical Dispatcher, a level 3 POST Master instructor, and an Emergency Number Professional (ENP). Administrator Braverman sits on the California Chapter of the APCO Professional Communication's Human Resource taskforce and is the team leader for the public safety dispatch culture committee. Administrator Braverman oversees the Roseville Police and Fire Dispatch Center.
Bridgette Dean Administrator Bridgette Dean has been with RPD since March of 2014 and oversees our Social Services Unit (SSU). She earned her Masters and Bachelor degrees in Social Work at CSUS and is a licensed Associate Clinical Social Worker. She has previously worked as an administrator, social worker and counselor in public schools from elementary to high school and currently teaches for the Department of Social Work at CSUS. She also facilitates and provides mental health training and crisis intervention training to law enforcement agencies and schools. The Social Services Unit is a blend of enforcement and social services that works to provide and connect those who have had contact with law enforcement to resources and solutions that reduce recidivism. The unit consists of a POP (Problem Oriented Policing) Team (mental health, homelessness and quality of life Issues impacting the city) as well as Roseville's youth service officers who serve schools, families and youth. Bridgette Dean can be reached at (916) 774-5017 or Bdean@roseville.ca.us