Héctor Pesquera

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Héctor Pesquera
Superintendent
Puerto Rico Police
Assumed office
April 9, 2012
Governor Luis Fortuño
Alejandro García Padilla
Preceded by Emilio Díaz Colón
Commissioner of Safety and Public Protection
Assumed office
April 9, 2012
Governor Luis Fortuño
Alejandro García Padilla
Preceded by Emilio Díaz Colón
Assistant Director of Safety Affairs
Port of Miami
In office
May 2008 – April 2012
Coordinator for Homeland Security
Broward County Sheriff's Office
In office
December 2003 – May 2008
Special Agent in Charge
FBI Miami Division
In office
February 1998 – December 2003
Special Agent in Charge
FBI Puerto Rico Office
In office
December 1995 – February 1998
Special Agent
FBI
In office
1976–1995
Personal details
Born Héctor M. Pesquera
Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
Occupation FBI agent
Cabinet 15th Cabinet of Puerto Rico
16th Cabinet of Puerto Rico

Héctor M. Pesquera is a former Superintendent of the Puerto Rico Police and the Puerto Rico Commissioner of Safety and Public Protection. Pesquera served for 27 years in the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) until his retirement in 2003. He then served as Coordinator for the United States Department of Homeland Security at the Broward County Sheriff's Office from 2003 to 2008, and as Assistant Director of Safety Affairs of the Port of Miami from 2008 to 2012.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

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