From IACP Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer Vincent Talucci
We are pleased to announce the arrival of a new, thoughtful leader to the IACP’s senior staff leadership team as of March 2016. Domingo Herraiz will be joining the IACP staff as Director of Programs. Many of us have been fortunate to work with Domingo in different capacities over the years – and he brings to the IACP proven leadership, extensive background in criminal justice programs / policy, and experience that crosses the not-for-profit, public, and private spheres.
Domingo has more than 30 years of government and public safety experience in dealing with local, state, and federal policies – most recently serving as Vice President for North America Government Affairs for Motorola. Before joining Motorola, he served as the Presidentially-appointed, U.S. Senate-confirmed director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), leading the DOJ’s largest funding and policy unit for state, local and tribal criminal justice issues. Prior to his role as director of the BJA, Domingo served on the Ohio Governor’s cabinet as the director of Criminal Justice Services. He also served as the director of the Ohio Crime Prevention Association.
Please know how very excited we are to bring aboard someone of Domingo’s caliber – he is a great collaborator/communicator and we are excited about what he brings to our members and the field.