Chief of Police
Gerald Monahan, Jr.
Chief of Police
Gerald Monahan, Jr. was sworn in as the Port Orange Police Department's Chief of Police in August 1999. He is formerly from Allentown, Pennsylvania, where he was Police Chief since 1996, retiring in July 1999 culminating a twenty-nine year career.

He is a member of the 24th Congressional District's Homeland Security and Public Safety Advisory Council and has also been appointed by Governor Jeb Bush to serve as a Commissioner on the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission.

Chief Monahan is a graduate of Kutztown University and holds a Masters Degree in Political Science. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and Law Enforcement Executive Development Academy and a former member of the Pennsylvania Municipal Officers Education and Training Commission. His continuing education includes studies in law, psychology, organized crime and terrorism.

He is a life member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Pennsylvania Police Chief's Association. He is also on the Board of Directors of the Florida Police Chiefs Association and Volusia County Police Chiefs and is active in the Port Orange community.

Important Numbers
Main Number
386-506-5500

Customer Service
(Water / Sewer/ Garbage Bill Questions & Payments)
386-506-5720

Community Development & Building Permits
386-506-5600

Code Compliance Hotline
386-506-5604

Fire Administration
386-506-5900

Parks & Recreation
386-506-5850

Parks & Recreation Afterhours
386-756-7400

Police Department
386-506-5800

Police Non-Emergency & Animal Control
386-756-7400

Public Utilities
386-506-5750

Public Utilities Afterhours
386-756-5380

Public Works
386-506-5575

Public Works Afterhours
386-756-7400

City Manager,
Mayor & City Council

386-506-5501

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