Alison Esposito is a Former NYPD Deputy Inspector. She ceremoniously left her former Brooklyn command to end her 25-year career in law enforcement. “Serving in the NYPD, my officers and the people we served were my life. I never imagined any other path,” Esposito said in a statement.
After winning the GOP nomination for lieutenant governor after the June 28 primary, she officially retired from the NYPD, to cheers and congratulations from her former coworkers, according to her campaign.
As per her campaign website, the second-generation officer joined New York’s Finest in 1997 and worked in Manhattan and the Bronx as well as in plain clothes and anti-gang squads before becoming the commanding officer of the 70th Precinct in central Brooklyn.
In order to justify her most recent professional change, she has drawn on her experience in law enforcement. In November, she will face Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul and Lt. Gov. Antonio Delgado for the position of lieutenant governor alongside Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-Suffolk), the GOP nominee for governor.
“One day, I looked at the seat I was sitting in and the hat that I was wearing and I realized it wasn’t enough,” she said in a statement
Does Alison Esposito Have Any Kids?
There are no updates on she having children of her own. There is no information regarding that.