USM Public Safety

Drew Bunick

Police Specialist

Office Location

28 Husky Drive, Gorham ME 04038



Academic Degrees

  • Bachelor of Criminal Justice, Westfield State University, 2013


Officer Drew Bunick has been with USM Public Safety since 2017. Officer Bunick grew up in Massachusetts before going to Westfield State University where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice. While attending university, Officer Bunick worked for the University of Massachusetts Amherst Police Department as a Police Cadet. 

In the summer of 2013, Officer Bunick completed training to become certified as a Reserve Police Officer and worked for the Wells, Maine Police Department. While remaining a reserve officer for Wells and eventually Berwick Police Department, Officer Bunick became a Deputy Judicial Marshal for the Portland District Court.

After being hired by USM Public Safety, Officer Bunick went to the Maine Criminal Justice Academy to complete to Basic Law Enforcement Training Program in August of 2017. Officer Bunick has the responsibilities of Court Officer, Evidence Management Officer, Field Training Officer, and Active Attacker Civilian Instructor. Officer Bunick has certification and specialty in the investigation of Cyber Crimes. 



Professional Activity


Fraternal Order of Police



Improving Response to Sexual Violence, July 2017

Crime Scene Photography and Trace Evidence Collection, September 2018

Cyber Crime Investigations- National White Collar Crime Center, March 2018

Marijuana Intoxication Effects and Detection, April 2018

Interview and Interrogations; Constitutional Concerns for Police Officers, May 2018

Crime Scene First Responder for Uniformed Officer, July 2018

FBI Cyber Investigation Certificate Program, August 2018

Cognitive Interviewing, March 2019

Interview and Investigation Strategies and Techniques, April 2019

Evidence Management Professional, September 2019

Civilian Active Attacker Instructor, August 2019

Patrol Training Officer, January 2020

Law Enforcement Role Play Scenarios for Facilitative Learning, February 2020