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NYC: Top detective advocate, Paul DiGiacomo, ends over four decades of dedicated service

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After more than 40 years of distinguished service to New York City, Paul DiGiacomo, President of the Detectives Endowment Association (DEA), has retired.

Following in his father’s footsteps, DiGiacomo joined the NYPD and has spent the majority of his career tirelessly advocating for his fellow officers.

DiGiacomo’s tenure with the NYPD is marked by his unwavering commitment to the department and his colleagues.

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Rising through the ranks, he became a respected leader and voice for New York City’s detectives, championing their rights and working conditions.

As the President of the DEA, DiGiacomo played a pivotal role in negotiations and policy-making, ensuring that the needs and concerns of the detectives were addressed. His leadership and dedication have left a lasting impact on the association and the NYPD as a whole.

His retirement marks the end of an era for the DEA and the NYPD. Colleagues and community members alike have expressed their gratitude and admiration for his years of service.

“Congratulations on an amazing career, Paul. Best of luck in your next adventure,” read a statement from the DEA, reflecting the sentiments of many who have worked with him over the years.

As DiGiacomo steps down, the legacy of his commitment and advocacy will undoubtedly continue to influence and inspire the NYPD and its future leaders.

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