If you have an emergency please dial 9-1-1
- Steven Flood – Chief of Police
- Nicholas Disciullo – Sergeant
- Anthony Valenti – Corporal
- Noah Glaeser – Corporal
- John Cullen – Corporal
- Catherine Hazell – 1st Class Patrolwoman
33134 Main Street
P.O. Box 420
Dagsboro, DE 19939
Phone: (302) 732-3777
Fax: (302) 732-3907
On Saturday April 27, 2019 Lance Corporal Tyler Bare of the Dagsboro Police Department was honored by the Sussex County Volunteer Ambulance Association at the Annual Awards Banquet as their Police Officer of the Year. This award is presented for Outstanding Support of the Emergency Medical Services mission in that he went above and beyond to ensure the safety and security of EMS personnel.
At the January 28, 2019 Town Council Meeting, Dagsboro Police Department awarded Officer Disciullo with the Expert Officer Cord. This award was for his meticulous and impartial enforcement of the law during the period February 2018 to January 2019. His efforts lead to an overall performance exceeding 1,000 Criminal and Traffic Arrests with a conviction rate greater than 85%. The Dagsboro Police Department also promoted Patrolman First Class Disciullo to Lance Corporal effective February 01, 2019.
Photos from the National Thank a Police Officer Day – September 15, 2018
Monday September 18, 2017 at the Dagsboro Town Council Meeting, Patrolman First Class Tyler Bare was awarded the American Police Hall of Fame Silver Star for Bravery Medal for the following incident;
On June 6, 2017, Dispatch alerted multiple agencies to a dangerous dog actively attacking a DE Animal Control Officer. Patrolman Tyler Bare was the first to arrive on scene and observed the Animal Control Officer being actively and viciously attacked by a pit bull. Officer Bare immediately engaged the animal which only increased the ferocity of its attack. Fearing for the safety of the victim, Officer Bare took careful aim with his service weapon and euthanized the animal. The attack resulted in the Animal Control Officer having severe lacerations and tears on multiple areas of her body.
Patrolman Bare’s professionalism, diligence and bravery reflects great credit upon himself, the Dagsboro Police Department and Delaware Law Enforcement.
July 14, 2017: Trooper First Class Garcia Recognized for His Assistance to the Dagsboro Police Department
June 27, 2017: Chief Toomey presented Certificates of Appreciation to Probation and Parole Officers for their assistance in apprehending a wanted suspect.
May 29, 2017: Chief Toomey was presented the Survival Kit for Law Enforcement Officers by the Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay Troop 234, Selbyville, DE.
March 20, 2017: Patrolman Joles received the Dagsboro Police Expert Officer Cord for his meticulous and impartial enforcement of the law. His efforts lead to an overall performance exceeding 600 Criminal and Traffic Arrests with a conviction rate greater than 85%. These arrests resulted in the overall success of the Dagsboro Police Department and their mission of Public Safety.
On March 1, 2017, Patrolman Bare was promoted to Patrolman First Class.
Trooper Corliss Talley DSP Troop #4 receives the Dagsboro Police Department Certificate of Appreciation for his actions while assisting the Dagsboro Officers on July 06, 2016 during the flight and apprehension of a violent felony suspect. Resulting in the subjects arrest for possession of 213 bags of heroin, 2.1 grams of crack cocaine, 6.6 grams of marijuana and numerous traffic violations.
Sussex County Post: Dagsboro Police Chief Pulled Double Duty
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Dagsboro Police Department Photo Gallery:
Dagsboro Police Force: Officer Joles, Officer Bare, Chief Toomey and Staff Sergeant Litten
Dagsboro Police Department: Proud to serve the Town and the Nation
Eddie the Eagle Visits Dagsboro Police Department
Officer Bare (left)
Chief Toomey (right)
Officer Bare & Officer Joles on Bike Patrol