Assistant Chief Curtis Hooley
Assistant Chief Curtis Hooley was born in Dugway, Utah. He is the youngest of four children, and has two sisters and one brother. In 1979 his family moved to Logan where he attended and graduated from Logan High School in 1984. Upon graduation he attended Utah State University and then Weber State University where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Military Science.
While attending college he went through the U.S. Army ROTC program where he received a commission as an officer and served in the Utah Army National Guard. In 1989 he married his wife Michele and they have three children.
Hooley was first hired with the Logan City Police Department in December 1990, as a Reserve Police Officer. He was hired full time in March 1993. He began his career in the Patrol Division where he served as a Field Training Officer, Motor/Traffic Officer, Community Oriented Policing officer, and served as an OIC on patrol shifts as well as the Traffic Unit. In February 2001 Hooley moved to Investigations where as a Detective he investigated Crimes Against Persons. Hooley has served as a department Emergency Vehicle Operations instructor since 1995.
In April 2005 Hooley promoted to the rank of a sergeant and served in the patrol and investigations divisions.
In September 2007 Hooley promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and worked in the patrol division and investigations division where he oversaw the operations of the Cache Rich Drug Task Force and School Resource Officer program.
In January 2012 Hooley was promoted to the rank of Captain where served as the Patrol Division commander until January 2016. He is now the Investigations Division commander.
Hooley was appointed as Assistant Chief in July 2023.