CHIEF OF SPECIAL VICTIMS DIVISION
Tuesday Muller-Mondi currently serves as Chief of the Special Victims Division for the Richmond County District Attorney’s Office (RCDA), a role she has held since 2019 in which she oversees several different Units and Bureaus within the office.
Previously, Muller-Mondi served as RCDA’s Domestic Violence Bureau Chief, leading the DV Bureau from its creation in 2016 until 2019 when she entered her current position on RCDA’s Executive Team. Muller-Mondi began her career with RCDA in 2005, where she was a Complaint Room Supervisor in Criminal Court. During her fifteen year tenure with RCDA, she has held numerous other key positions, including Deputy Chief for the Criminal Court Bureau and Acting Deputy Chief for the Supreme Court Bureau, before serving as the Deputy Chief for the Special Victims Bureau. Muller-Mondi has supervised and handled all aspects of felony prosecution related to child abuse, sexual abuse of adults and children, domestic violence, including misdemeanors, elder abuse, and abuse of members of vulnerable populations, including homicides. Under her current role as Chief of the Special Victims Division, Muller-Mondi oversees the prosecutions of cases handled by the Special Victims Bureau, Domestic Violence Bureau, Victim Assistance Unit, Alternatives to Incarceration Unit, and Immigration Affairs Unit. Additionally, Muller-Mondi serves as a representative of RCDA on various outside agency Task Forces, and serves as an advisor to the District Attorney on matters related to the prosecution of sexual offenses, domestic violence, elder abuse, and crimes against children, and develops and implements programs targeting diversion and alternatives to incarceration. Under her former role as deputy chief of the Supreme Court Bureau, Muller-Mondi served as a liaison for various outside agencies including the Mayor's Office to Combat Domestic Violence, Community Health Action of Staten Island, NYPD Special Victims Unit and Sexual Offender Monitoring Unit, Office of Mental Health, Safe Horizon and the Administration for Children's Services. In 2017, Muller-Mondi was awarded the Thomas E. Dewey Medal for her exemplary work as a prosector with RCDA. Muller-Mondi received her law degree from Pace University School of Law in 2000 where she was also President of the Criminal Justice Society, a member of the NY State Bar Association, a Student Bar Association Class Representative, and member of the International Law Society. She received her Bachelors Degree in Environmental Studies from Binghamton University in 1997.