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12-072 Sergeant David DiSano Joins The Public Information Office

Who:
Sergeant David DiSano
Age: 37
Date of Hire: 6/24/02

What:  Sheriff Bob Gualtieri has assigned Sergeant David DiSano to the Public Information Office as a PIO. DiSano was just promoted to Sergeant this past week, and begins his new assignment in the Public Information Office next week. Sergeant Tom Nestor, with the PIO since 2009, has been promoted to Lieutenant, and has now been assigned to the Sheriff’s Patrol Operations Bureau.

Where:  The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Public Information Office

When:  Sgt. DiSano begins his assignment in the Public Information Office on Monday, April 16th.

How/Why: 

Sergeant David DiSano joined the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office in 2002, after serving with the St. Petersburg Police Department since 2000.

Prior to assuming his duties as PIO, Sgt. DiSano served as the Community Policing Deputy for the City of Seminole, a Field Training Officer, and as Corporal of the Community Policing Unit. He has also been a member of the Critical Incident Stress Management Team, the Negotiating Response Team, and the Crisis Intervention Team. Sgt. DiSano has also coordinated groups with the Sheriff’s Neighborhood Watch program and represented the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office in many community organizations.

Sgt. DiSano has a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology from the University of South Florida.

On Tuesday, April 10th, DiSano was promoted to Sergeant, and will begin his assignment with the Public Information Office on Monday, April 16, 2012.
 

 

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