Principal – Mike Donnelly

Beginning his career in Law Enforcement, working Patrol in the 44 Precinct, located in the South Bronx, Mr. Donnelly made hundreds of felony arrests for a multitude of violent crimes. Following his time on Patrol, Mr. Donnelly moved to the NYPD’s Office of Technology and System Development (OTSD) as an Investigator, where he carried out sensitive investigations in conjunction with other NYPD Bureaus and Law Enforcement Agencies. Mr. Donnelly’s career path took him to the Detective Bureau’s Fugitive Enforcement Division (FED) where he worked in several specialized units. He was tasked with apprehending parole absconders, locating fugitives from the court system, and locating and arresting individuals wanted for committing various violent crimes but had eluded capture. During his tenure at FED, Mr. Donnelly served as the Intelligence Office and was responsible for analyzing crime statistics and formulating plans that targeted fugitives responsible for spikes in various crime statistics. These efforts led to the apprehension of countless dangerous felons.