Tony Domish can point to a long career as a police officer, including significant experience gathered over more than a quarter century. Throughout his 24 years as an officer, he served several municipalities throughout the state of Washington. He even served as police chief in several of them. Anthony Domish has been very active in the law enforcement community throughout Washington and he holds professional memberships in several organizations, including the International Association of Police Chiefs and the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs, as well as the Yakima County Police Chief Association, the Snohomish County Police Chief Association and many others.

All that experience is likely why he is considered by many to be something of an industry expert in such criminal justice areas as community policing, emergency management and identity theft. In addition to enforcing the law, Tony Domish has worked to help set up programs for youth and community members and he has received several distinguished awards in these areas.

Based on his commitment to public service, Anthony Domish continues to hold memberships in a number of civic organizations, and he even serves on the board for several. This commitmenthas also caused Tony Domish to become a proud donor and sponsor for Washington Special Olympics, and he is also very active with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and even the Make a Wish Foundation. When he has some spare time, Tony Domish indulges his dual passions of baseball and fishing, but as his his tendency, he approaches these from a community service perspective. Over the years, he has led several little league teams to championships, and he has coached at the high school and college levels, as well.