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Kenneth CoreyChairCoalition for Emergency Response and Critical Infrastructure (CERCI)

Chief Kenneth E. Corey serves as the Chairman of the Coalition for Emergency Response and Critical Infrastructure. He began his career with the New York City Police Department in 1988 as a police cadet, and retired in November, 2022 after more than 34 years of service. As the Chief of Department, he was responsible for the coordination and management of the agency’s operational bureaus. With an emphasis on neighborhood policing, customer service, and the improved health and wellness of officers, he was committed to delivering a safer New York City. In order to achieve these goals, he established trusted networks among local business leaders, media, intelligence professionals, local government agencies & community members that improved coordination among stakeholders. As Chief of Department he was also responsible for planning and directing police operations at major events at contained and open venues, such as Madison Square Garden, Yankee Stadium the U.S. Open, as well as the United Nations General Assembly, outdoor 4th of July celebrations, the weekend-long West Indian Day Carnival that attracts more than two million people, and every other parade and major event in New York City.

Chief Corey held a number of leadership positions in his career including in the Detective Bureau, Intelligence Bureau, Organized Crime Control Bureau, Personnel Bureau and Patrol Services Bureau. Since leaving the NYPD, he has joined the University of Chicago Crime Lab, helping to develop the Policing Leadership Academy to continue his work at improving policing around the county. He also serves as a Strategic Advisor to the Secure Community Network, helping to ensure the safety and security of Jewish people.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Chief Corey earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting from Pace University and a Masters of Public Administration degree from Marist College. He is a graduate of the Major Cities Chiefs Association Police Executive Leadership Institute.