New York City Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly today
appointed James Onalfo as the New York City Police Department's Deputy
Commissioner and Chief Information Officer in the Office of Technology and
Commissioner Kelly said: "I am pleased to appoint
Jim to this important position. Having served as chief information officer at
several large companies, he brings a wide range of skills and experience that
will be a tremendous asset to the Department."
Deputy Commissioner Onalfo
said: "I am very proud to be part of the New York City Police Department, and I
am looking forward to offering my services to the area of information
Onalfo has been directly involved with all facets of
information technology, supporting a wide variety of international businesses.
He served as vice president and chief information officer at Stanley Works,
where he oversaw more than 1,000 technology projects in less than three years.
He also served for 10 years at Kraft Foods International as director and chief
While serving in the U.S. Army from 1963 to 1964,
Onalfo built two separate logistic systems in Korea and the United States. He
was honorably discharged as a Captain, having received two medals of