The Graduate Center, City University of New York.
(forthcoming from Cambridge University Press, 2022)
Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Brandon del Pozo served 19 years in the NYPD and four as the chief of police of Burlington, Vermont. While at the NYPD, he commanded the 6th and 50th Precincts, as well as units in Internal Affairs, project management, and strategic initiatives, and served on the staff of the police commissioner and chief of department. From 2005 to 2007, he was deployed as the NYPD’s intelligence liaison to the Arab Middle East and India, based out of Jordan’s capital city of Amman. In Burlington, his work included leading the city's response to the opioid overdose crisis, and helping develop and drive national innovations in the use of force.
Del Pozo was born in Brooklyn, New York, and began his police career in 1997 on patrol in the 67th Precinct, in East Flatbush. He was the Police Executive Research Forum's 2016 recipient of its Gary Hayes Memorial Award for Police Leadership.