Anthony Domish has served as a member of several civic organizations and he also serves on the board for several of them. Over time, he also has compiled more than 4000 hours of specialized law enforcement post academy training, because he has always been interested in making sure he is highly qualified in the field of criminal justice and law enforcement, which reflects his community commitment.
This commitment is obvious when you realize Tony Domish holds one certification from the Criminal Justice Training Commission, first level, as well as others, in the areas of middle management and as an executive. Besides a quarter century as a police officer, Anthony Domish has shown his commitment to community service as a proud donor and sponsor for Washington Special Olympics. He is also quite active with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the Make a Wish Foundation.
In his spare time, Tony Domish indulges his twin passions of baseball and fishing. He coaches and umpires youth baseball. 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. He has also umpired at all levels. He also loves to fish in the many rivers and lakes that are abundant all over the state of Washington. In fact, he considers himself an expert on fishing Lake Curlew in Republic. Anthony Domish now lives and works in Ferry County, Washington, although he was born and raised in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, where he graduated O'Dea High School. Following graduation from O’Dea, he went on to study Criminal Justice and Public Administration in college. Anthony Domish also graduated from both the Washington State Criminal Justice Reserve Officer Academy and the Washington State Criminal Justice Basic law Enforcement Academy.