MPD Chief Expands Role as Assistant Town Manager

The Town of Mooresville is pleased to announce the appointment of Mooresville Police Department Chief Ron Campurciani as Assistant Town Manager. Along with continuing to serve as Chief of Police for Mooresville Police Department, Chief Campurciani will assume leadership of E-911 Communications: Building, Permitting, & Inspections; and Facilities and Asset Management. Chief Campurciani will begin his additional duties for the Town of Mooresville on June 24, 2024.

“Mooresville is so fortunate to have the police department that we do, thanks in large part to the leadership of Ron Campurciani,” said Mooresville Mayor Chris Carney. “He is an asset to our community and our police department, and handing him the reins to other areas of local government only made sense. I look forward to all the good work he’ll continue to do for our town and the people who live here.”

“The Town of Mooresville is moving forward together, improving our processes, shaping our culture, and developing our people,” said Town Manager Tracey Jerome. “Chief Campurciani has led transformational change at Mooresville Police Department, and I am confident that he will continue to deliver exceptional results for our organization and for our community in his expanded leadership role.”

Chief Campurciani has spent over 35 years in law enforcement across the country. He joined Mooresville Police Department in 2019, previously serving as the Chief of Police in West Springfield, Massachusetts, and the Executive Director of the Western Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association. In October 2023, Chief Campurciani was elected as the Executive Committee Vice Chair of the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s (IACP) Midsize Agencies Division, providing Mooresville with a voice on issues affecting law enforcement nationally and internationally.

During his career, Chief Campurciani has held many roles, serving as a DEA Task Force agent, an SRT Commander, Officer in Charge of a Narcotics Unit, the Commandant of a Regional Police Academy, and the Head of Internal Affairs, among other specialties. He is a graduate of the 195th Session of the FBI National Academy, where he was named the honor graduate and class spokesperson. Along with his roles in law enforcement, Chief Campurciani has also served as adjunct professor at many colleges and universities in Massachusetts and Connecticut.