Mr. Rudolph Landin
Mr. Rudolph Landin began his law enforcement career in 1970 with the New York City Transit Police Department, and in 1973 joined the New York City Police Department where he served for 34 years. Starting as a patrol officer in Manhattan and Bronx subways and on the streets of Washington Heights, he was promoted through the ranks to the position of Deputy Chief. As a Deputy Chief, he served as the Executive Officer, Patrol Borough Staten Island where he helped manage all police operations within the borough. Prior to that, he held the rank of Inspector with assignments in Patrol Services Bureau where he served as Counter Terrorism Coordinator, Zone Commander in the Internal Affairs Bureau, and Adjutant in Patrol Borough Brooklyn North.
He served as Commander of Housing Borough Bronx/Queens where he directed uniformed operations of the three Police Service Areas covering all public housing developments in those boroughs. As Captain and Deputy Inspector, he commanded the 25th Precinct and the Applicant Processing Division and was Executive Officer of the 5th Division in Manhattan North. He was also assigned to the Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB) in the 1980s when it was part of the Police Department, and in that role he both investigated complaints and supervised investigations. Mr. Landin is a current Board Member of the CCRB and was appointed to this position in February 2012.
Mr. Landin is a graduate of the FBI National Academy. He received his B.A. from John Jay College of Criminal Justice of the City University of New York.