The City of Prescott has a new police chief. The city announced Monday that interim police chief Amy Bonney has been named the permanent head of the police in Prescott. Bonney was born and raised in Prescott and has served the department for 23 years. She has served in a variety of positions in the department from public information officer, to deputy chief in 2016. She is involved with many groups in the community and has won the Medal of Valor and multiple departmental and community awards. She’s a graduate of Northern Arizona University and of the FBI National Academy. Bonney replaces Debora Black, who retired as police chief earlier this year.