Carmen Del Palazzo is an active law enforcement officer in New Jersey with the rank of Captain. Carmen has over 22 years of experience, serves as a tactical operator on a regional county swat team and is designated as the 2nd Deputy to Emergency Management for his jurisdiction.
Carmen is certified in “Force Science Analysis” where he is trained to recognize and articulate important psychological, biological, and physiological factors that can influence human behavior and memory in force encounters. Carmen has attended de-escalation trainings, most notably his certification through “Force Science” in their Realistic De-escalation program.
Carmen is a graduate of the FBI-LEEDS program and received his BAIS with Honors from Fairleigh Dickinson University, where continues with graduate studies.
Carmen is well-versed in all aspects of active shooter / hostile event and is an instructor for law enforcement, Fire, EMS, and school personnel throughout the region. Carmen has been assigned to a New Jersey Rescue Task Force (RTF) working group for Active Threat Integrated Response and by his County to their active shooter committee for input and policy development. He has assisted a large municipal school district with an “All Hazard” approach to policy development.