Gerald Antinoro was born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in southeastern Utah. Following in his father’s footsteps, he began his law enforcement career (in Utah) in 1984. Now, having passed the quarter century mark, he is vested with successful and progressive experiences in all phases of service, development, and administration of law enforcement. Gerald is a 2001 graduate of Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command, possesses a Masters Degree in Organizational Management, and a Nevada POST Executive Certificate. As a lifelong learner, he is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Organizational Psychology.
When it comes to public safety and service, his philosophy is that all policing should be community-oriented. Gerald maintains the nine basic principles of Sir Robert Peel are as valid to modern policing as they were in Peel’s day.
Of utmost importance is the safety of our communities, the reduction of crime and disorder, and to truly be public servants. Through cooperative partnerships with the community that allows for prevention, education, and assistance, Gerald believes we can keep Storey County a desirous place to live, to raise families, to operate a business and to visit as a tourist.
Gerald is active in both the law enforcement and local communities, belonging to many professional and civic organizations. He is a member of the Nevada Sheriff’s and Chief’s Association, the Western States Sheriff’s Association, the National Sheriff's Association, the Northwestern University Center for Public Safety Alumni Association, the Fraternal Order of Eagles – Comstock Aerie, and he sits on the Board of Directors for Piper’s Opera House.