Top terror cop to lead DOB Enforcement division
Buildings Commissioner Robert LiMandri announced the appointment of Timothy E. Hogan as the new Deputy Commissioner of Enforcement.
With more than three decades of law enforcement experience, Deputy Commissioner Hogan will oversee the Department’s Enforcement Division, including all emergency and safety operations, complaint inspections and construction accident investigations.
Since 2005, Hogan has served as the Chief Deputy United States Marshal for the Eastern District of New York where he was responsible for overseeing complex criminal investigations, the apprehension of fugitives around the world and the protection of federal court judges and court witnesses.
He was second in command of the eighth largest district in the country and handled all aspects of security for 39 United States District Judges, five federal buildings and 150 Assistant United States Attorneys.
He co-ordinated security for various terrorism and organized crime trials, including the recent Najibullah Zazi case. Hogan began his law enforcement career in 1981 as a special police officer in Dennis, Massachusetts.
He attended Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice and a certification in Secondary School Education.
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