Benjamin Ambrosio was certified by New York State in Police Sciences during his ten-year career as a police officer for the New York City Police Department. At the New York City Police Academy, Ambrosio was in the top ten percent of his class, passing such courses as the Homeland Security Seminar and the Deadly Force Incidents and Statements Seminar, among others. Ambrosio wanted to stay highly trained and practiced during his time as a police officer during his career so that he could protect and serve his community effectively.
Police Science is, technically, the research and study of police work. There are many facets of police science that all have separate courses and fields of study themselves, including penology, criminology, forensic science, jurisprudence, and more. All of these fields and several others fall under the umbrella term police science. All of this research and study goes into finding the most effective methods of law enforcement and more. Police science involves the study of the laws themselves as well and how the entire criminal justice system operates as it affects the police themselves doing their jobs in the field. Benjamin Ambrosio learned effective methods of interrogation, gathering evidence, and interviewing individuals from the New York City Police Academy during his time there.
Benjamin Ambrosio stayed trained and ready to help his community using sound and tested police tactics that were shown to be effective and studied to improve his skills in the field. After over ten years on the force, Ambrosio now lives in Pelham Manor, New York.