Frank Dwyer, a Brooklyn native and current Queens resident, consults with and teaches at police departments and educational institutions throughout the United States. In 1983, he joined the NYPD and served in Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan in a variety of assignments including as a Police Academy Law Instructor, the Commanding Officer of the 7th precinct on the lower eastside of Manhattan, and the Commanding Officer of the Office of the Deputy Commissioner for Operations. He worked in lower Manhattan on 9/11 and in months that followed. Retiring in 2012 at the rank of Deputy Inspector, Dwyer is currently pursuing a doctorate in Criminal Justice. He has consulted for several police departments including Newark, New Jersey, and Wilmington. He has also taught at or consulted to the following educational institutions: John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Teachers College, Boston College, Morgan State University, and the University of San Diego. Dwyer is a police commissioner designee to the Board appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio.
M.S.W., Hunter College, City University of New York; M.St., Cambridge University; M.P.A., Harvard University; M.A., Fordham University; B.A., Cathedral College