Broadmoor Police Staff

Mark Melville
Chief of Police

Chief Melville began his career in San Mateo County as a Sergeant with the Brisbane Police Department of Public Safety. He has held various positions throughout his 40 years in law enforcement and local government including police officer, sergeant, fire captain, chief, city manager and risk management director. His familiarity and experience enables him to work closely with the community and its members to ensure the district is receiving the most professional service possible.

John Duncan

Commander Duncan is a 45 year law enforcement professional. He served honorably in the United States Air Force Security Forces before he worked his way through the ranks with the Broadmoor Police from Reserve Officer to Commander. While still with Broadmoor, he also was the Chief of Police with the City of Ione and the Gonzales Police Departments.

Commander Duncan has been assigned to every operational and administrative position that an agency can have. Over his career, he has trained and mentored hundreds of current and former law enforcement officers. He is now the Broadmoor Police Department’s Commander / Assistant Chief of Police and Risk Management Officer and holds a California POST Executive certificate.

Rich Daniele

Rich Daniele has served in law enforcement for over 30 years. He began his law enforcement career in 1981 as a Police Officer for the San Francisco Police Department. In 1996, he was promoted to the rank of sergeant and performed patrol duties until 1999 at which time he was appointed to the rank of Inspector/Sergeant.

He served in that capacity until his retirement in 2013. In 2015, he was sworn in as a police officer for the Broadmoor Police Department.

He holds an Associate’s Degree in Fire Science.

Lisa Hernandez
Administrative Assistant / Records Clerk

Lisa Hernandez started at the Broadmoor Police Department in early 2018. After graduating from Cal State Hayward with a BA in Psychology, she went to work at SFO as A Customer Service Supervisor for Southwest Airlines. After a decade with the SWA she worked as a teacher to young children at a Preschool. She always had an interest in the law enforcement field and was happy to start at Broadmoor as an Office/Records Clerk. Now as the Administrative Assistant/Records Clerk her knowledge and understanding of law enforcement and the judicial system continues to expand.