Staten Island, NY
|Headline:||President of the NYPD Retired Detectives in affiliation with the Fraternal Order of Police.|
|Description:||Dominick Dellegrazie currently holds the position of President of the NYPD Retired Detectives in affiliation with the Fraternal Order of Police. Dominick Dellegrazie also maintains professional memberships with the NYPD Columbia Association, the Retired Detectives of the Police Department of the City of New York, Inc., the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators, and the International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association. From 1994 to 1998, he also served as President of the New York State division of the American Federation of Police. |
Dominick Dellegrazie has undertaken a successful career as a law-enforcement officer in the private sector. Holding an Armed Security Guard Certificate with extensive firearms training, Dominick Dellegrazie worked for several years as a security guard. From 1997 to 1999, he notably served as head of security and personal bodyguard for Vice President Dan Quayle. He subsequently achieved the position of head of security for Vice President Al Gore from 2002 to 2003. His noteworthy security experience also includes holding the position of Director of Security Operations for the 27th Annual Conservative Political Action Conference, an event featuring many prominent business and political figures, including President George W. Bush.
Currently, Dominick Dellegrazie is engaged in the private law-enforcement sector as a Captain and Executive Officer with the Sea Gate Police Department. Located in Brooklyn, New York, the department provides comprehensive law-enforcement services for 11,000 citizens and 850 residences. Dellegrazie reports directly to the department's Police Chief. His diverse professional responsibilities include overseeing the Internal Affairs Bureau, managing a drug-testing program, cultivating positive community relationships, and directing criminal investigations. Dominick Dellegrazie currently resides in South Amboy, New Jersey.