Captain and Executive Officer at Seagate Police Dept
About Dominick Dellegrazi
In his long and distinguished career in law enforcement, Dominick Dellegrazie has demonstrated top management, investigative, analytical, and communication skills. A member of the oldest police agency in Brooklyn, the Sea Gate New York Police Department, since 2003, he serves as a Captain and Executive Officer. The second in command of a force of 50, Dominick Dellegrazie directs criminal investigations and oversees the arrest, processing, and charging of suspects. He also evaluates employees on performance; recommends promotions, raises, and suspensions; and manages the Internal Affairs Bureau. In addition, the highly trained officer formulated and instituted terrorism-prevention and emergency policies within the department.
Previously, Dominick Dellegrazie acted as Head of Security and bodyguard of two Vice Presidents of the United States, Dan Quayle and Al Gore. In the latter roles, he hired and directed security forces, provided advance investigation of destinations to ensure safety, orchestrated police escorts, and managed crowd control. Dominick Dellegrazie also served as Director of Security Operations in 2000 for the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), attended by such conservative icons as George W. Bush, Pat Buchanan, John Ashcroft, and Oliver North.
Throughout his career in the private and public arenas, Dominick Dellegrazie has forged effective working relationships with politicians, business executives, co-workers and colleagues, and community members of all ethnic groups. Exhibiting a calm demeanor in critical and emergency situations, he makes sound decisions based on years of experience and training. The President of NYPD Retired Detectives of the Fraternal Order of Police Officers, the dedicated law-enforcement professional acted as President of the New York State division of the American Federation of Police for four years. Dominick Dellegrazie holds memberships in several other trade organizations, including Retired Detectives of the Police Department of the City of New York, Inc.; the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators; and the NYPD Columbia Association.