Rudy Komisza began his career as a police officer with the Long Beach Police Department in 1992. He had a diverse work history that included the following assignments; Patrol, Field Training Officer Program, Jail Administration, Vice Investigations, Gang Enforcement, Drug Investigations, Internal Affairs, Office of Counter Terrorism, and Juvenile Investigations.
Rudy Komisza retired from the Long Beach Police Department in December of 2019 while assigned as the Commander of the Field Support Division. The Field Support Division was comprised of the Traffic Section, Mental Evaluation Team (MET), Event Planning and Management, and the Special Enforcement Section (SES). The Special Enforcement Section included several specialized tactical support teams. He was also the Commander of the Training Division (Long Beach Police Academy), as well as the Commander of the North Patrol Division during previous managerial assignments.
Mr. Komisza encouraged a professional philosophy that promoted collaborative partnerships between the Long Beach Police Department and the community to address public safety concerns, while providing police services with the highest levels of dignity and respect. His managerial philosophy focused on quality control and risk management while promoting the principles of accessibility, responsiveness and conclusive results.
Mr. Komisza earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science oriented toward Public Policy and Administration from Arizona University. He was also a graduate of the Sherman Block Supervisory Institute Class #169, as well as the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Academy Session #232.
Mr. Komisza is married and a proud father of two young adults. His daughter attends the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, while his son attends California State University, Fullerton.
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