Daniel T. Mullin, J.D.
Daniel T. Mullin is the senior director for Security and Facility Management for Major League Baseball (MLB). He is involved with the security and evacuation planning for all 30 major league ballparks. He has direct responsibility for security planning at all of MLB's major events, including the All-Star game, the World Series, and the World Baseball Classic. He has oversight of all investigations involving players, coaches and other major league employees. Mr. Mullin also helps coordinate Department of Homeland Security drills at ballparks around the country. He is currently serving on the Department of Homeland Security Critical Infrastructure working group.
Prior to joining major league baseball, he served 23 years with the New York City Police Department, retiring as a deputy chief. He last served as the executive officer of the Bronx, where he supervised more than 3,000 police officers. He also served as the executive officer of the Narcotics Division, as well as the commanding officer of the Manhattan District Attorney's Squad, Staten Island Detectives, and the 114th and 103rd precincts. Mr. Mullin was a first responder at the World Trade Center on 9/11 and at the crash of American Airlines flight 585.
A graduate of St. John's University and New York Law School, Mr. Mullin has been an adjunct professor at John Jay College (1993-2000) and at Seton Hall University (2001-03). He has provided training for both the California and Utah Departments of Homeland Security. He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the International Association of Assembly Managers.