About Phil Pulaski
Phil Pulaski is an experienced senior law enforcement executive who spent more than 33 years with the New York City Police Department (NYPD). Phil Pulaski also holds a juris doctor from St. John’s University School of Law in Queens and both a bachelor of engineering in chemical engineering and a master of engineering in environmental engineering from Manhattan College in the Bronx. Before joining the ranks of the NYPD in 1980, he served four years as an engineer with United States Environmental Protection Agency. Phil Pulaski’s engineering work involved the evaluation of computer models to aid in the analysis of natural water systems and the design of pollution control systems.
Over his more-than-three-decade career with the NYPD, Phil Pulaski managed complex investigative, counterterrorism, intelligence, forensic and weapons of mass destruction operations. After the 2001 anthrax attacks, he coordinated NYPD’s comprehensive biological, chemical, radiological, and nuclear weapon programs. By the time Mr. Pulaski left NYPD, he had advanced to the position of chief of detectives.
Touro Law School
LLM 2016 - Present
St John's University Law School
JD 1976 - 1980
MS 1974 - 1975