Chief of Police : John Duscio
Chief Duscio graduated Summa Cum Laude from American Intercontinental University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. He began his law enforcement career in 1987 working in the jails at the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department in San Jose, California. Chief Duscio worked for the San Jose, and Los Gatos California Police Departments before relocating to McKinney, Texas, in 1995. He was hired as a police officer by the McKinney Police Department and worked many assignments including: School Resource Officer, Bike Patrol, Professional Standards Sergeant, Hiring and Background Investigations, Policy research, Community Services Sergeant, Patrol Lieutenant, and was promoted to the rank of Captain in 2004.
In June of 2007, he accepted a position with the Wylie Police Department as the Assistant Chief and was promoted to his present rank in January 2008. He holds TCLEOSE Master Peace Officer Certification and is a graduate of the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration School of Police Supervision, and Command and Management College. He attended session #241 of the FBI National Academy spring of 2010.
Welcome to the City of Wylie Police Department web page. I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself and the individuals in charge of key divisions in the Police Department.
I am John Duscio, the Wylie Police Department Chief of Police. I am very proud of the relationship that the Wylie Police Department shares with the community. Our service delivery is described as community-problem-solving and our longstanding goal is to make Wylie a safe city in which to live, work, and visit. Wylie is a department that prides itself in delivering the highest level of quality service possible.
John Duscio, Chief of Police
Wylie Police Department
Wylie Police Department currently has three Lieutenants assigned to the following divisions:
Administrative Lieutenant: Mike Atkison
Support Services Lieutenant: Scott Stowers
Patrol Lieutenant: Anthony Henderson
File a Commendation
The Wylie Police Department welcomes and encourages your comments regarding our employees' service to you. If you would like to recognize an employee, please provide the following information; the name of officer(s) involved and the details of the commendation.
This information can be forwarded to:
Wylie Police Department Administration
2000 N. Highway 78, Wylie Texas 75098.
We document all commendations received from the public and they are placed in the employees' file.
The Wylie Police Department take people's concerns seriously. We believe the public is entitled to efficient, fair and impartial service. We investigate all allegations of employee misconduct and respond to inquires about employee actions or department policy.
The Texas Government Code requires that all complaints against police officers be in writing and signed by the person making the complaint.
File a Complaint
Citizen complaints may be accepted by any supervisor of the Department who is approached for such assistance. The supervisor shall document the complaint in writing and promptly forward the complaint to the internal investigations authority.
The supervisor may attempt to resolve a complaint by an exploration of departmental policies and procedures, where applicable. Attempts to resolve complaints shall be noted on the complaint report.
Telephone complaints, anonymous complaints, or complaints from citizens who wish their names to be held in confidence shall be documented and forwarded through the chain of command. The Chief of Police will determine whether further investigation is necessary.