Dan is the youngest of 11 children, and was born and raised in
Initially, he took a job with Homeland Security as a TSA Security Screener at Newark airport from 2002 to 2003. During this time, he took the Law Enforcement Exam.
He was hired by the Human Services Police Department in June of 2003 and was assigned to the Greystone Psychiatric Facility in Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ. He attended the Morris County Police Academy, where he was President of his academy class. Shortly thereafter, he received a call from, the Bergenfield Police Department and interviewed for a position. In February of 2004, he left Human Services and was hired by Bergenfield where he was assigned to the Patrol Division.
In August of 2011, Dan was reassigned from the Patrol Division to the Traffic Bureau. While in Traffic, he represented the department as a member of the Police Traffic Officer’s Association of Bergen County and sat on the board of the Barrier Free Committee.
Dan is currently a member of the Honor Legion, the Honor Guard, the Motorcycle Squad and is the department’s Radar Instructor. Formerly, he participated in the 4th Grade program, he was the department’s PBA Delegate for 3 years and was a member of the Rapid Deployment Force of Bergen County for 7 years. Dan was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in March of 2013.
When not at work, Dan enjoys spending time with his wife Pamela and his two daughters Alexandra and Isabella.