Dennis Meyers began his career with the FDNY in 1996 and has risen to the rank of Battalion Chief while completing many supplemental FDNY courses and certification programs (including but not limited to: Certified First Responder Emergency Medical Care, Certified Incident Fire Safety Officer, Nationally Certified Health and Safety Officer, etc.). During his tenure with the FDNY, Meyers served as an Instructor for the FDNY Building Inspection Safety Program (BISP) where he taught FDNY Battalion Chiefs and FDNY Officers the BISP program and manual as well as how to research Fire and Building Codes. Throughout his career, Meyers has received multiple FDNY citations for Outstanding Performance of Duties.
Prior to his tenure with the FDNY, Meyers served three years as a NYPD officer, where he received two awards for Excellent Police Duty.
Meyers holds a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Degree in Business Management from Molloy College. Meyers is actively involved in his community as a youth lacrosse coach and is an alumni member of both the FDNY Football Team and FDNY Masters Lacrosse Team.