Kuna City Police Department
The City of Kuna began contracting for law enforcement services with the Ada County Sheriff’s Office in 1998. In addition to a Police Chief, there are two patrol sergeants, 12 deputies, four detectives and a field services technician committed to patrolling and protecting Kuna. These officers can call on fellow ACSO deputies from the County for help when necessary.
The partnership between Kuna and the Ada County Sheriff’s Office means the City has access to all of the County’s law enforcement resources without the administrative costs of running a fully-independent police department.
About Kuna City Police Chief Mike Fratusco
Chief Mike Fratusco is a lieutenant with the Ada County Sheriff’s Office and has served Ada County since 2002.
Chief Fratusco takes over for Lt. Jon McDaniel, who is retiring after a 27-year-career with the ACSO.
Fratusco has worked a variety of jobs and beats at the ACSO over the last two decades, including jail deputy; patrol deputy in the north, south, Eagle, and Kuna areas; the sergeant and leader of the ACSO crisis negotiation, ACTION crime prevention, juvenile detective, and crisis intervention teams; and as a lieutenant at the Ada County Jail, his last assignment before becoming Chief of Kuna Police in October 2020.
Fratusco has spent most of his life in the Boise area. He attended Fairmont Junior High School and graduated from Capital High School.
Before joining the ACSO, Fratusco served in the U.S. Coast Guard for six years.
The Kuna City Police Department is committed to providing the highest quality of police services with crime prevention and problem solving being of highest priority. Chief Fratusco is committed to maintaining the quality of life that Kuna is known for and deserves.
Fast Facts about the City of Kuna
Population: 15,210 (US Census 2010)
Size: 18.1 square miles (US Census 2010)
Located: 18 miles southwest of Boise