Mr. Dominick Dellegrazie, a Captain with the Sea Gate Police Department in Brooklyn since 2003, boasts a broad background in law-enforcement management and security operations as well as investigative matters. Mr. Dellegrazie served as personal bodyguard and head of security for former U.S. Vice President Dan Quayle from 1997 to 1999 and for former Vice President Al Gore during his visits to the Tri-State Area between 2002 and 2003. Dominick Dellegrazie also directed security operations at the 27th annual Conservative Political Action Conference held in Arlington, Virginia, in 2000. He previously worked as an SPCA cruelty investigator and for the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs. In the past, Mr. Dellegrazie has served with both the New York City Police Department and the New York City Sheriff’s Department. As an Executive Officer for the Sea Gate Police Department, Dominick Dellegrazie reports directly to the Chief of Police and oversees the department’s Internal Affairs Bureau and random drug-testing program. Mr. Dellegrazie also handles all incoming complaints from citizens of Sea Gate, a community of approximately 11,000 residents at the southwestern end of Coney Island. He maintains a strong public presence in Sea Gate, and has developed relationships with residents, business leaders, and politicians, as well as fellow law enforcement officials at all levels of command. Dominick Dellegrazie works in close collaboration with the New York City Police Department, which has joint jurisdiction over the community. Mr. Dellegrazie belongs to the NYPD Columbia Association, the Fraternal Order of Police, and the Retired Detectives of the Police Department of the City of New York. Dominick Dellegrazie holds a license to carry firearms in New York State. As a New York State Peace Officer, Mr. Dellegrazie has completed training in the use of firearms-based deadly physical force through the Department of Criminal Justice Services.