A Strong Commitment to Community Led Tony Domish to Fight Crime

September 22, 2018
It’s difficult to deny that Anthony Domish is well-qualified in the field of criminal justice and law enforcement and he has always been active in the law enforcement community throughout the state of Washington. That’s due to his natural commitment to community. Tony Domish currently holds professional memberships in the International Association of Police Chiefs, as well as the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs, the Snohomish County Police Chief Association, the Yakima County Police Chief Association, and a host of others. He also is a member of several civic organizations and even serves on the board for many.

These days, Tony Domish is living and working in Ferry County, Washington. It’s across the state from where he was born and raised, in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. He looks at the entire state as his community. Following his graduation from O'Dea High School, Anthony Domish went on to study Criminal Justice and Public Administration, after which he completed programs at both the Washington State Criminal Justice Reserve Officer Academy and the Washington State Criminal Justice Basic law Enforcement Academy. Over the last quarter-century, Tony Domish not only has tons of experience as a peace officer, but also more than 4000 hours of specialized law enforcement post-academy training under his belt.