Amy Bonney is proud to serve as the Chief of Police at the Prescott Police Department in Prescott, Arizona. Amy holds a Bachelors of Science from Northern Arizona University in Criminal Justice and a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Phoenix. Amy is a proud graduate of the FBI National Academy, 257th Session, and serves as the First Vice President for the State of Arizona chapter of the FBI National Academy Associates.
She has served with the Prescott Police Department for over 23 years and has enjoyed many assignments including Field Training Officer, Recruit Training Officer, Bicycle Patrol and certified crisis negotiator with the Special Weapons and Tactics Team. Chief Bonney has received many awards including Sworn Officer of the Year, Supervisor of the Year, Community Service Commendations and the Medal of Valor. She enjoys training in many capacities and helping others learn about the art and science of developing their leadership skills and the skills of their teams. She is driven to help organizations and individuals create strong and manageable performance management goals to help create capacity for robust employee development, engagement, growth, and personal and professional job satisfaction.
Amy is married and is the proud mother of a beautiful daughter, Reagan April. Amy is active in many civic organizations and is the current President for the Kiwanis Club of Prescott, a member of Prescott Women Who Care, and a mentor with the Arizona Leadership Education and Development Program through the FBI National Academy Associates of Arizona. Amy is passionate about music and plays in several ensembles within her church, American Lutheran.
She is an avid Crossfit athlete, loves animals, reading, travel and all things Disney.