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Bo Dietl

Former New York City Police Department Detective and a Media Personality known for contributing on the Fox News Network and Imus in the Morning

Richard “Bo” Dietl was a New York City Police Officer and Detective from June 1969 until he retired in 1985. Bo was one of the most highly decorated detectives in the history of the police department, with several thousand arrests to his credit. There were two particular cases that represent his career highlights. The first…

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Richard “Bo” Dietl was a New York City Police Officer and Detective from June 1969 until he retired in 1985. Bo was one of the most highly decorated detectives in the history of the police department, with several thousand arrests to his credit. There were two particular cases that represent his career highlights.

The first was what former New York City Mayor Edward I. Koch labeled “…the most vicious crime in New York City history” (1981) which involved a nun who was raped and tortured in an East Harlem convent as 27 crosses were carved into her by two men, who later confessed and were convicted.

The second was the Palm Sunday Massacre in 1984, which was one of New York City’s most bloody mass murders. Ten people were killed. Bo was instrumental in the arrest and conviction of the suspects in both cases.

After retiring in 1985, Bo founded Beau Dietl & Associates. Beau Dietl & Associates has grown to become one of the premier investigative and security firms in the nation. BDA is a full service organization providing a wide variety of investigative and security services to corporate and individual clients worldwide.

In addition to being Chairman and CEO of BDA, Bo is also a Fox News and Fox Business contributor. His commentary is called upon countless times for his expertise in current events happening nationwide. He has also been a weekly guest on Imus in the Morning, and appears on several other Fox shows on a regular basis.

Bo is the co-author of the book “One Tough Cop”, which is a story about his life as a New York City police detective. The movie version of “One Tough Cop” was made into a major motion picture. Bo’s next book, entitled “Business Lunchatations”, a narrative about networking and business strategies hit stores in April 2005, ranking #5 on Amazon’s Business Best Seller List.

Since then, Bo has embraced many faceted roles in the industry such as Associate Producer for the movie “The Bone Collector”, and more recently appeared as Joe Corso in the HBO hit series “Vinyl”.

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