While he certainly has plenty of education and training, there is more to Anthony Domish than simply being able to take instruction and do what he’s told. He has put everything he’s learned to excellent use, with a long quarter-century of experience as a police officer. As a police officer in several municipalities, Anthony Domish rose to the level of police chief in several, based primarily on his prowess at implementing community policing. In fact, he has come to be regarded as something as an industry expert in just that area, in addition to identity theft and emergency management.
Throughout his substantial career, Tony Domish has seen a lot of activity dealing with the law enforcement community everywhere in his home state of Washington. He is a trusted advisor to police and sheriffs departments, and he holds professional memberships in several professional groups related to law enforcement and criminal justice, including the International Association of Police Chiefs and the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs. He also belongs to the Police Chiefs Associations in both Yakima and Snohomish Counties, among others.
One reason he is considered knowledgeable about law enforcement issues and policies is because Anthony Domish has more than 24 years as a police officer in a number of jurisdictions throughout the state of Washington. Not only that, but he also has been a police chief in several. That isn’t all of his qualifications, however; besides his long career as a police officer, Tony Domish also graduated from the Washington State Criminal Justice Reserve Officer Academy and the Washington State Criminal Justice Basic law Enforcement Academy. Since then, while he was busy as a police officer, he also accumulated more than 4,000 hours of post-academy training.
Altogether, it is not hard to understand why he is considered highly qualified in the fields of law enforcement specifically and criminal justice generally. Tony Domish is considered an industry expert in such criminal justice areas as community policing, emergency management and identity theft. Anthony Domish has thus far worked with several law enforcement agencies to set up programs for youth and community members and why he has received several distinguished awards in these areas.
Of course, besides his service to the community as a police officer and a law enforcement specialist, Tony Domish has also served as a member of many civic organizations and he has also served on the boards for several. His commitment to community service has manifested itself as a proud donor and sponsor for Washington Special Olympics. In addition, he has also been an activist for the Make a Wish Foundation and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. In his spare time, Anthony Domish indulges his twin passions of baseball and fishing.
These days, Anthony Domish can be found living and working in Ferry County, Washington, where he loves to fish in the many rivers and lakes that are abundant throughout over the state of Washington. In fact, he considers himself an expert on fishing Lake Curlew in Republic, Washington. Tony Domish was actually born and raised in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, where he attended O'Dea High School. Following graduation from O’Dea, he went on to study Criminal Justice and Public Administration.
That was just the beginning of Anthony Domish’s education. In addition to attending college, Anthony Domish also Graduate of both the Washington State Criminal Justice Reserve Officer Academy and the Washington State Criminal Justice Basic law Enforcement Academy. He also has compiled more than 4000 hours of specialized law enforcement post academy training, so he is very highly qualified in the field of criminal justice and law enforcement. He also holds a certification from the Criminal Justice Training Commission First level, as well as certifications as a Middle management and Executive
Tony Domish also has a long and significant career as a police officer, compiling a lot of experience over nearly a quarter century. Throughout his 24 years as a police officer, he served a number of municipalities and even spent some time as a police chief in several of them. That is undoubtedly why he is considered to be something as an industry expert in such criminal justice areas as community policing, emergency management and identity theft. That is why he has thus far worked with several law enforcement agencies to set up programs for youth and community members and why he has received several distinguished awards in these areas.