Jack J. Cambria

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New York Police Department Hostage Negotiator

In New York City, it’s not uncommon to turn on the news

and see an interview with Lt. Jack Cambria, the Commanding

Officer of the NYPD’s Hostage Negotiation Team. His demeanor

is reserved and modest, even though his job is

demanding, high performance, high stress, and critical to saving

lives. His job is so compelling and riveting that CBS revolved

their program “48 Hours” around him and his

competent team.

Cambria is a 22-year veteran of the New York Police Department.

Today he coordinates the efforts of one hundred

negotiators, who respond to all hostage and related situations

throughout the city. He is responsible for the training

and certification of new negotiators and the retraining of current

negotiators. He conducts in-service training for newly

promoted captains, lieutenants, sergeants, and many outside

law enforcement agencies. He was temporarily reassigned

back to the Emergency Service Unit, where he had served for

16 years, for the three months following the attack on the

World Trade Center to assist in the rescue and recovery efforts

at Ground Zero.

He earned his Bachelor and Associate of Science degrees

in Criminal Justice from the State University of New York,

Empire State College and is currently working toward a Masters

Degree in Criminal Justice from the John Jay College of

Criminal Justice, City University of New York.