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donovan lucas &
Corporal Lucas has served the Birmingham Police Department in Birmingham, Alabama for ten years. Prior to being assigned to the Real Time Crime Center (RTCC) Corporal Lucas served as a patrol officer in the city’s West and North Precincts. While assigned to patrol Corporal Lucas held several roles to include Task Force Officer, Field Training Officer, and Traffic Homicide Investigator.
Corporal Norsworthy has served the Birmingham Police Department in Birmingham Alabama for seven years. Prior to being assigned to the Real Time Crime Center (RTCC) Corporal Norsworthy served as a patrol officer in the city’s South Precinct. While assigned to patrol, Corporal Norsworthy held several roles to include Field Training Officer and Evidence Technician.
In May 2021, the Birmingham Police Department began to select the first operators for the RTCC. During the establishment of the unit, Corporal Lucas and Corporal Norsworthy were selected along with four other officers to be the first operators of the RTCC. Corporal Norsworthy was instrumental in creating the unit’s Standard Operating Procedures and Rules and Regulations. While Corporal Lucas assisted in developing the units training manuals for systems used.
Corporal Norsworthy partnered with Corporal Lucas and have taken lead roles in establishing the Birmingham Police Department Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) program. Together they have researched the practicality for such a unit for the department. Although the program is in the infancy stages strides are being made daily to establish the unit.
Since the creation of the RTCC, the unit has aided in many calls for service. From July 2021 to February 2022, the RTCC has aided in the recovery of thirty-seven stolen vehicles, using assets to locate sixty suspects of various crimes, and establishing numerous perimeters aiding in officer safety as well as scene security. Also, by using license plate readers and cameras throughout the city the RTCC has been able to prevent false reporting of stolen vehicles and other false reports, preventing elevation in statistics. The RTCC primarily assists patrol units and detectives by obtaining video footage as well as suspect and victim information. This information is relayed to the units to aid in completion of the investigation and apprehension of suspects.
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beach police department
Lieutenant Clifford Hagan is a 25-year veteran with the West Palm Beach Police Department and is the commander of the police department's Strategic Intelligence Center, comprising the real time crime center, crime analysis, and intelligence units.
Lt. Hagan has served as the lieutenant for the Criminal Intelligence Division, Homicide and Violent Crimes unit, Patrol Shift Commander, and supervisor of various tactical units. Lt. Hagan began working with technology deployments over 20 years ago when the department transitioned to "paperless" reporting. He was assigned to implement this program and train the department's officers on using this new records management system and in-car dispatch platform.
In 2018, Lt. Hagan was assigned to build the department's Real Time Crime Center while working as the lieutenant for the Homicide and Violent Crimes unit. The Strategic Intelligence Center opened in 2019 and has evolved into a hub for department operations, helping to contribute to a 25% decline in crime in West Palm Beach. Lt. Hagan holds a Master's Degree in criminology and criminal justice from Florida State University and a graduate certificate in emergency management from Lynn University.
new orleans office of public safety
matt patin & ross bourgeois
Matt Patin is the Chief of Operations for the New Orleans Office of Public Safety Support. As the Chief of Operations, Matt is responsible for all administrative functions of the agency, including Human Resources, Recruitment, Training and Compliance, Payroll and Policy Development. He also manages the daily operations of the Real Time Crime Center and Grounds Patrol (Physical Security) Unit.
Matt began his law enforcement career in 1999 and has served in various roles in the
New Orleans Police Department including Patrol, Investigations, Logistics and Administration. Matt left the full-time service in 2012 for a job in the private sector as the Corporate Human Resources and Compliance Manager for a national security company that employed 7,000 employees over 13 states. Matt returned to city employment in 2017 to assume his current role. Matt remains commissioned as a New Orleans Police Sergeant in the Reserve Division where he works as one of the agency's LGBTQ+ liaisons.
Matt holds a bachelor's degree in Public Administration with a concentration in Police Management. Additionally, he holds two professional accreditations – a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional (CCEP) and an Associate Protection Professional (APP).
Ross Bourgeois serves as the Director of Public Safety Support for the City of New Orleans. In this role, he oversees the Real Time Crime Center, physical security at municipal facilities, the citywide public safety radio system, and IT support and security for the public safety agencies. The New Orleans Real Time Crime Center has been nationally and internationally recognized for its support to the City's public safety agencies.
Ross is a twenty-year law enforcement veteran who served on the New Orleans Police Department where he worked in a variety of assignments, including the Special Events section. In that assignment, he played a significant role in bringing major special events back to New Orleans in a post-Katrina environment. He also served as the Deputy Chief of Public Safety at the Louisiana Superdome complex for over five years.
Ross holds a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Loyola University New Orleans. He is also a Certified Sports Security Professional and was featured in the trade publication "Security Systems News" as a "Top 20 Under 40" recipient in 2015.
ft. worth police
Sergeant Dalton Webb is a 17-year veteran of the Forth Worth Police Department in Fort Worth, TX. Originally a native of Tennessee, Sergeant Webb relocated to Texas in 2005 where he has spent his policing career in a variety of assignments. In 2012 while assigned to the FWPD Intelligence/Homeland Security unit, he founded the department's first Real-Time Crime Center. Working alone without funding or staffing, that concept has grown into a 16 sworn officer operation with full 24/7 coverage within the City of Fort Worth. Having been in Patrol, the FWPD Special Response Team, Intelligence, Major Case, Burglary Investigations, and several others, he attributes these experiences to helping him develop the RTCC and having a keen understanding of what officers in the field need in terms of information to advance their investigations.
Sergeant Webb has a unique perspective on RTCC development and training since the Forth Worth RTCC was started from the bottom up. A truly grassroots project when it began, the successes that were experienced early in the concept led to the Fort Worth Police Department to begin investing in the idea. Now considered one of the most proactive and productive RTCCs in the United States, the FWPD RTCC is directly responsible for approximately 2,000 arrests and identifications per year and is a model for Technology-Driven Policing.
Sergeant Webb is currently writing his first book on the concepts of Technology-Driven Policing. A believer that every agency in the nation will have some form of RTCC within the next 10 years, he is passionate about teaching others how to be successful with technology and public safety.
chino police department
leah green &
Leah Green is a Crime Analyst in the Real Time Crime Center at the City of Chino Police Department in Chino, California. She started her career with the Chino Police Department in 1994 as a Police Explorer and was hired on as a Police Cadet in 1998. Leah became one of the very first Police Service Officers in 2000 and 2011 she became a Crime Prevention Specialist.
In 2014 Leah was hired at a Crime Analyst assigned to the Criminal Investigations Bureau. In 2019, C.A. Green began working with others to develop the Real Time Crime Center and has been assigned to the RTCC since its inception.
Leah holds several ancillary duties including: President of the Chino Police Professional Staff Association, Vice President of the Chino Police Officers' Foundation, Member of the Crisis Negotiations Team, Member of the Training Cadre, Member of the Backgrounds Unit, and Acting Dispatcher when needed.
C.A. Green has received numerous awards including: Employee of the Year, Chief's Commendations, Awards of Excellence, and a Unit Citation.
Stephanie Winters is a Crime Analyst in the Real Time Crime Center at the City of Chino Police Department in Chino, California. She graduated from California State University, Fullerton with a Biology and a Criminal Justice degree where she went on to receive her Crime and Intelligence Analysis Certification. She started her career with the Chino Police Department in 2018 as a Crime Analyst Intern and was hired on shortly after as a Crime Analyst assigned to the Criminal Investigations Bureau. With the inception of the Real Time Crime Center in the Special Operations Bureau, C.A. Winters split her time between the two Bureaus until 2021 when she was assigned solely to the RTCC.
She currently holds the position of Secretary for the Inland Empire Crime & Intelligence Analysts Association. C.A. Winters has received numerous awards including: Chief's Commendations, an Award of Excellence, and a Unit Citation.
scottsdale police department
Chris Henningsen is a Police Analyst assigned with the Scottsdale Police Department Real Time Crime Center (RTCC). Analyst Henningsen will share how the Scottsdale PD RTCC started, the vision and leadership team that created the center, successes in their first year, and how to leverage available resources on a minimal or zero budget. Most importantly, Chris will talk about how to start
an RTCC tomorrow!
Scottsdale PD launched their
RTCC in January of 2021 and is co-located inside of the Scottsdale PD Communications Center. Our center has two employees and is supervised by RTCC Director Robert Bokinsky. Analyst Henningsen is a National
Instructor and has presented
with the International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA), International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA), Southwest IALEIA Chapter, and for many other associations on various law enforcement topics.
Analyst Henningsen has held many different leadership positions within professional associations locally and on an international level. He has a passion to help others in his profession learn the investigative techniques they need to know to be successful in their law enforcement careers. He is a founding board member of the newly formed National Association.
michael smith &
Captain Michael Smith is a member of the 117th NJSP Class, October 3, 1997. He served 5 years in the Field Operations Section, at Road Duty Stations and NJ Turnpike Cranbury Station.
He served 13 years in the Investigations Branch, on the Cargo Theft Unit, Narcotics Unit, Weapons Trafficking Unit and Street Gangs Unit. Michael investigated long-term, undercover operations and wiretap investigations, and Racketeering Influenced Corrupt Organization (RICO) investigations targeting violent street gangs. One of these investigations included the arrest and indictment of forty-three members of the "Sex Money Murder" set of the Bloods Street Gang, a violent street gang based out of Paterson, Trenton, and Lakewood, NJ. He received several Unit Citations and Awards for various successful investigations. In 2007, he was nominated for Trooper of the Year for his work in the area of Street Gang related investigations.
Michael served 7 years in the Regional Operations & Intelligence Center (ROIC) Section. He was assigned to and supervised in the Information & Intelligence Analysis Bureau and the Office of Drug Monitoring and Analysis. He obtained secret security clearance and was granted access to classified FBI information systems and databases. Michael currently serves as the Bureau Chief of the Information & Intelligence Analysis Bureau. He oversaw the construction and initial operations of the Real Time Crime Center in the City of Trenton, along with the Crime Gun Center and Facial Recognition Initiative. Michael currently oversees the Attorney General’s Gun Violence Reduction Taskforce. Utilizing the Real Time Crime Centers as the tip of the spear in efforts to engage the New Jersey law enforcement community in the philosophy of Precision Policing and Precision Prosecution.
Michael participated in the coordination of Major/National Level Events: Hurricane Sandy, Super Bowl XLVII, Jersey City Active Shooter, NJ SPEAR Puerto Rico Earthquake Deployment, COVID-19 Pandemic.
He attended and graduated from NJSACOP Command and Leadership Academy (2020) held in NJ. Possess a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership from Seton Hall University (2008) and a Bachelors Degree in Political Science from Kean University (1994).
Joe Brennan is a Major with the New Jersey State Police and the Director of the New Jersey Regional Operations Intelligence Center (NJ ROIC), the state fusion center. The NJ ROIC serves as New Jersey's primary focal point for information sharing and intelligence production needed to support law enforcement, counter terrorism, and homeland security missions.
Joe began his law enforcement in 1995 as a municipal police officer before enlisting in the New Jersey State Police (NJSP). Upon graduation from the NJSP Academy in 1998, he performed general policing and highway patrol duties in Northern New Jersey. In 2003, Joe deployed to Irvington Township as part of the Essex County Urban Anti-Crime Partnership where his duties expanded from uniformed, proactive patrol to designation as detective conducting street level narcotics investigations. In 2005, he was a plank holder of the CeaseFire Task Force, a multi-agency investigative unit where he conducted investigations into Shooting-Hits in the City of Newark and Irvington Township.
In 2008, Joe joined the NJ ROIC Analysis Element supervising the nascent statewide Gun Violence Analysis program. He spearheaded the NJ POP and NJ Trace initiatives, which established platforms for collecting and analyzing statewide shooting-hit information and crime gun recoveries in real-time, providing executive decision-makers, commanders, investigators, and patrol personnel with the information necessary for combating gun crimes. This information continues to support various regional, crime reduction, strategy meetings across the state, assisting commanders with enforcement strategies.
From 2012 to 2017, Joe coordinated the Corr-Stat Initiative, a regional information-sharing initiative comprised of jurisdictions along the Rt 21 Corridor between Paterson and Newark focusing on inter-jurisdictional, recidivist offenders and other public safety issues of mutual concern. The Corr-Stat Initiative, through timely and accurate information sharing and intelligence analysis, provides area police commanders with a common operating picture needed to coordinate resources and design shared solutions to shared problems.
In 2014, Joe was a principal leader in the creation of The Corr-Stat Region Real Time Crime Center (RTCC) from the concept of operations to its current deployment. The RTCC leverages existing networks of Corr-Stat partner agencies, academia, and industry, creating an information and intelligence capability that gathers, analyzes, and distributes real-time, tactical, intelligence support to law enforcement practitioners in the region.
Joe was nominated for New Jersey State Police Trooper of The Year five times in recognition for his efforts in creating collaborative relationships through information sharing. Joe earned a Bachelor of Science from the North Carolina-Wilmington in 1992 and graduated from Saint Peter's Preparatory School, Jersey City, NJ.
ogden police department
david j. weloth
David has worked for the Ogden City Police Department for more than 31 years. He has experience
in major crimes investigations, Intelligence Led Policing, Crime Analysis, internal affairs investigations, patrol operations, SWAT operations, and Area Tactical Analysis Center operations and management. He has been an instructor on a variety of LE topics and presenter at state, national, and international conferences. He has also worked for the State of Utah as an Investigator for the Department of Commerce and in the software industry as a subject matter expert and client care manager. He attended Weber State University where he majored in Criminal Justice.
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