Fadness Appoints Gebhart Chief of Police

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Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness has appointed Assistant Chief Ed Gebhart to chief of police for the city of Fishers. He has been with Fishers Police Department since 2000. Gebhart has held several ranks during his tenure including patrol officer, field training officer, background investigator, sergeant, director of training, patrol commander, followed by his most recent role as assistant chief in 2016.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. In 2012, he graduated from the FBI National Academy and has since completed FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar and Police Chief Executive Program.

Upon his appointment, Gebhart named Captain Luke Gannon as assistant chief of police. Gannon has been with Fishers Police Department since 1999 where he has held several roles including patrol officer, investigator, detective, sergeant and patrol lieutenant all prior to his current rank as captain in the investigations unit, a role he has held since 2014. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and anticipates earning his Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice in Spring 2019.

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