Alison Esposito is a Former NYPD Deputy Inspector and the current Republican nominee for lieutenant governor.

Her dad is Joseph J. Esposito who is a former police officer. Here is everything you need to know about her dad.

Alison Esposito’s Father Joseph J. Esposito?

Joseph J. Esposito is a retired police officer. From June 27, 2014, until his contentious removal in November 2018, he was the Commissioner of New York City Emergency Management.

Esposito graduated from the State University of New York with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice.

Joseph J. Esposito
Joseph J. Esposito

Joseph J. Esposito Career

Esposito joined the NYPD as a Police Trainee in August 1968, when he was 18 years old.

He was named a Patrolman in April 1971 and began his career on patrol in the 77th Precinct in Brooklyn.

In May 1983, he was promoted to Detective, then Sergeant, then Lieutenant, then Captain in June 1989, Deputy Inspector in August 1993, Inspector in August 1994, Deputy Chief in September 1996, and Assistant Chief in December 1997.

On August 25, 2000, he was appointed to Chief of Department, making him the department’s highest ranking uniformed member.

Esposito has worked in a variety of departments, including the 77th, 10th, 83rd, 109th, 34th, 66th, and 83rd Precincts, as well as the Narcotics Division and the Detective Bureau.

Esposito was the Commanding Officer of the Strategic and Tactical Command (S.A.T.COM) Brooklyn North prior to becoming Chief of Department.

Esposito oversaw the day-to-day operations of the NYPD’s five main enforcement Bureaus, including Patrol Services, Detectives, Transit, Housing, and Organized Crime Control.

He also organized gatherings for discussing crime control strategies, where commanders would exchange tactical advice and suggest courses of action for achieving their objectives.

Throughout his tenure, he received some of the department’s most coveted and respected awards, including the Combat Cross, the Medal of Valor, and the Exceptional Merit Award.


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