Lieutenant Seth Dubinsky began his career with the Florida Highway Patrol in 2003 while serving in the Florida Army National Guard as an air defense artillery crew member. In 2011, Lieutenant Dubinsky joined the Boca Raton Police Services Department where he served in the Field Services Division as a patrol officer. Lieutenant Dubinsky was assigned in 2016 as an Investigator to the Major Crimes Unit. Lieutenant Dubinsky promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2017, serving as the midnight shift supervisor. In 2018 he was assigned to the Special Services Bureau in the Special Operations Section, where he supervised the Marine, Canine, and DUI units.
Lieutenant Dubinsky was promoted to his current rank in 2020, where he served in the Field Services Division as the midnight shift watch commander. In 2022, Lieutenant Dubinsky was assigned to the Support Services Bureau in Administration. Lieutenant Dubinsky is the CISM team coordinator and the Assistant Team Commander of the Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
Lieutenant Dubinsky holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Florida and a Master of Public Administration from Florida International University with a certificate in Emergency Management. He is a graduate of the FBI LEEDA Trilogy and FDLE’s Florida Leadership Academy. Lieutenant Dubinsky has been awarded a Lifesaving Award and a Professional Partnership Award with Palm Beach County Fire Rescue.