Durham Police Department
Captain Marianne Bond is an 18-year veteran of the Durham Police Department and has worked in the Patrol Division and several areas of investigation to include: Domestic Violence, Property Crimes, and Violent Crimes. The Executive Officer to the Chief of Police historically supervised the Public Affairs Unit, but has moved more toward being a liaison for the Chief of Police to multiple city departments and outside stakeholders.
Captain Bond is a recent graduated of the FBINA, session 272 and in 2016 received a master’s degree from Methodist University in Justice Administration. She also has a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in Nutrition and received her Advanced Law Enforcement Certificate with the North Carolina Training and Standards Division. Additionally, Captain Bond became a Certified Criminal Investigator from the North Carolina Justice Academy and is an active member of the North Carolina Law Enforcement Women’s Association (NCLEWA).
Captain Bond is the current president of the NCLEWA and has served as Secretary, a two-year Board Member, and was awarded NCLEWA Woman of the Year in 2014. She also represents the association as a Commissioner on the Probable Cause Committee with the Department of Justice, North Carolina Training and Standards Division.
In Captain Bond’s free time, she enjoys spending time with family and her rescue dogs as well as volunteering at the Animal Protection Society of Durham to help socialize and train dogs available for adoption. She also spends a weekend each month volunteering for an animal transport service, M.A.M.A.S on the Move, transporting dogs from high kill shelters to adopters and rescues in the Northeast.