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Wed September 21, 2011
Peter Boynton Is Moving On
After two years with Connecticut’s Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, Deputy Commissioner Peter Boynton is moving on.
Boynton was first appointed to the post under Republican Governor Jodi Rell. During his tenure, he’s led the department through Presidential disaster declarations for federal aid, earthquakes, blizzards and most recently Tropical Storm Irene.
The department he leaves is very different from the one he entered in 2009. Back in July, his department became part of the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection.
His service to Connecticut started long before this job. He oversaw the Transportation Security Administration at Bradley International Airport and was the Captain of the Port for Connecticut and Long Island with the Coast Guard.
Today, a conversation with Deputy Commissioner Boynton about the state’s response to disasters, homeland security and the war on drugs.