Mr. Organvidez brings 32 years of comprehensive law enforcement experience working for Miami-Dade County. He was also instrumental with starting the City of Doral Police Department. He has held the ranks of Officer/Detective, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain/Executive Officer, Major, and Chief of South Operations Division. Most recently, he was employed in the private sector by Ando Consulting, Inc. and continued to provide advisory services and security assessments for private and public businesses.
Mr. Organvidez has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Florida International University. He is the first Police Officer from the City of Doral to graduate from the FBI’s National Academy and holds a certificate from the University of Miami Leadership Institute.
Deputy Chief Ubieta has over 35 years of law enforcement experience. He began his law enforcement career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in 1981 as a civilian. In 1983, he joined the Miami-Dade Police Department (MDPD) and retired honorably in 2016, after rising to the rank of Police Major. Deputy Chief Ubieta’s last assignment with MDPD was as the Director of the Miami-Dade Public Safety Training Institute (MDPSTI).
During his career with MDPD, Deputy Chief Ubieta commanded Robbery Bureau, Narcotics Bureau, Economic Crimes Bureau, Strategic and Specialized Investigations Bureau, and the MDPSTI. In 2006, Deputy Chief Ubieta testified as an expert at the United States House of Representatives in Washington D.C., on economic crimes issues.
After retiring from the Miami-Dade Police Department, Deputy Chief Ubieta established a business consulting on security matters for businesses and governmental agencies. In 2016, he was contracted by the United States State Department to provide an organizational assessment on the Buenos Aires Provincial Police Department in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Deputy Chief Ubieta holds a Bachelor’s degree from Florida International University in Miami, Florida, and a Master’s from NOVA Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. He is a graduate of the 227th Session of the FBI’s National Academy. He is married and is the father of two girls. Deputy Chief Ubieta’s knowledge and experience makes him an ideal choice to serve as Deputy Chief of Police.
Major Jose Seiglie
Police Operations Division
Major Jose Seiglie
Major Seiglie has served the public for over 38 years. He began his law enforcement career with The City of Miami Police Department and retired honorably in 2011, after rising to the rank of Assistant Chief of Police. In October of 2012, Jose Seiglie joined the Doral Police Department, in charge of Platoon II and later was promoted to the rank of Major in charge of Field Operations and the General Investigations Unit.
In his current assignment as the Major of the Field Operations Division, Major Seiglie is responsible for all aspects of the Uniform Patrol Division. The Patrol Division is comprised of Road Patrol, Bicycle Patrols, K-9, and Office of Emergency Management. Major Seiglie holds a Bachelor’s degree from Union Institute & University and a Master’s degree in Homeland Security from Keiser University. He is a graduate of the 255th Session of the FBI’s National Academy. Major Seiglie was also voted Officer of the Year in 1982 and Miami Dade County Crisis Intervention Officer of the Year 2006. He was born and raised in Miami. He is married and is the father of two.
Major Daniel Borrego
Support Services Division
Major Daniel Borrego
Support Services Division
Major Daniel Borrego joined the Doral Police Department in April 2013 after retiring from the Miami-Dade Police Department (MDPD). Major Borrego has over 35 years of law enforcement experience and was a thirty-two year veteran of the MDPD. Major Borrego’s last assignment with MDPD was as the lieutenant in charge of the Professional Compliance Bureau, Criminal Conspiracy Section. During his career with MDPD Major Borrego worked extensively in the Homicide Bureau as investigator and supervisor working in many publicized and notorious murders. Major Borrego was also assigned to the Centac (Central Tactical Unit) 26/Special Investigations Section, a federally funded multi-agency task force with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) created in 1980 to investigate drug-related murders.
The group actively pursued South Florida's “cocaine cowboys” at the height of their murderous rampage. Major Borrego has extensive experience and knowledge in complex death investigations as well as long-term proactive investigations. He has led complex protracted wiretap and corruption investigations, which resulted in lengthy criminal trials. Major Borrego was the longest serving investigator/supervisor in the Miami-Dade Police Department’s Professional Compliance Bureau/Internal Affairs Section and has extensive experience involving police/employee misconduct, corruption investigations and workplace violence issues. Major Borrego is currently a member of the FBI’s Miami Area Corruption Task Force (MACTF).
Major Borrego has a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Leadership from St. Thomas University and a graduate of the University of Louisville, Southern Police Institute, Command Officers Development Course. Major Borrego has instructed and lectured at local colleges and for law enforcement professionals throughout the United States on topics such as, Internal Affairs, Proactive Investigations, Surveillance Techniques and Police Involved Shootings. Among many accolades, Major Borrego received the 2003 United States Attorney’s Office, Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award. He is also a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), Police Executive Research Forum (PERF), Miami Dade County Association of Chiefs of Police (MDCACP), Hispanic Police Officers Association (HPOA) and the Florida Internal Affairs Investigators Association.
Captain Fatima Nuñez
Special Operations Bureau
Captain Fatima Nuñez
Special Operations Division
Captain Fatima Nuñez began her law enforcement career with the Miami-Dade Police Department in 2001. She excelled in her service and in 2004, she was selected to join the team of law enforcement professionals in charge of forming a new police department, the City of Doral Police Department. Her work performance, interpersonal skills and leadership potential were recognized early; whereupon, based on competitive examinations, she rose in rank to Police Sergeant in 2007. As the City of Doral Police Department formed, Sgt. Nuñez supervised the Report Review Unit, Crime Analysis Unit, Fleet, Special Events, and Desk Operations. She helped implement the Cry Wolf and E-notify Systems, software used to track alarms and court related subpoenas, respectively.
Sgt. Nuñez remained active in the daily running of the Doral Police Department once the Department was inaugurated in 2008. Although active in administration, Sgt. Nuñez decided to expand her knowledge of police operations by requesting a transfer to road patrol. In 2013, Sgt. Nuñez was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and placed in charge of police operations. At this level of command, she supervised daily activities of squad sergeants and directed personnel to areas of concern in order to maximize patrol of residential and commercial areas.
Although highly successful in her assignment, Lt. Nuñez was called upon to once again focus on police administration. In 2014, Lt. Nuñez was promoted to the rank of Captain where she currently supervises Training, Special Events, Communications, Budget, Staffing, Fleet, and Equipment Purchasing. Captain F. Nuñez accomplishments have been many. Among her many successes, Capt. Nuñez has: Formed part of the inaugural team of officers, worked her way through the ranks from Officer to Captain through distinguished service, received awards for Distinguished Service and as Officer of the Month, helped form the Department’s Training Section, Reformed the Field Training Officer’s Program. Captain Fatima Nuñez has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Florida International University and currently pursuing a Master Degree in Public Administrations Apart from her administrative knowledge, Capt. Nuñez is also versed in training specialties including: Incident Command, Instructor Training, Advance Interview and Interrogation, Crime Scene Investigations, Budget, OSSI, Cry Wolf, Homeland Security/Terrorism, and FBI Active Shooter.
- Active member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP).
- Active member of the Miami-Dade County Association of Chiefs of Police.
- Active member of the Hispanic Police Officers Association (HPOA).
- Active member of the National Association of Women Law Enforcement Executives.
North District Patrol
Captain Nancy Gomez-Fernandez
North District Patrol
Captain Nancy Gomez-Fernandez began her law enforcement career with the Village of Pinecrest Police Department in 2001, where she was a member of the School Resource Unit, Field Training Officer and Honor Guard Member.
In 2007, she joined the Doral Police Department as a Sergeant and assisted with the recruitment and background process of officers joining the newly formed Doral Police Department. Once the department was inaugurated in June of 2008, she was assigned to the Uniform Patrol Division. In addition, to her regular supervisory duties, she also was the department’s Field Training Supervisor and was responsible for the management and training of all police officer trainees who were in the police academy and for their follow up training in the department’s Field Training Program.
In 2012, Sergeant Gomez-Fernandez was assigned as the department’s Administrative Sergeant. As the Administrative Sergeant she was responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the Police Department’s Administrative Unit, Court Liaison, Records, Police Fleet and False Alarm Units. She was also in charge of the Special Events Unit which is responsible for the planning, implementation, and analysis of police services required to maintain the public safety for residents and visitors who attend special events in the City of Doral.
In 2015, Sergeant Gomez-Fernandez was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and assigned to the Professional Compliance and Standards Section.
In 2016, Lieutenant Gomez-Fernandez was promoted to the rank of Captain where she remained as the Professional Compliance and Standards Commander through April, 2016. Captain Gomez-Fernandez holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Union Institute and University and completed the International Association of Chiefs of Police Leadership Training. Currently, Captain Gomez-Fernandez proudly oversees the Patrol Bureau’s North District where she is responsible for the overall operations of the City’s North District patrol personnel and K-9 Squad to include the implementation of high risk operational plans. Captain Gomez-Fernandez is currently completing the University of Louisville’s 81st Command Officers Development Course which honors a tradition in police education and training. She is also certified as a Terrorism Liaison Officer with the Southeast Florida Fusion Center, Dignitary Protection, Incident Command, Community Emergency Response Team member, and Special Events Management certified.
Captain Gomez-Fernandez is also an active member of the following organizations:
- International Association of Chiefs of Police
- National Association of Women Law Enforcement Executives (NAWLEE)