2009 LEIM Conference

Workshop Presentations

The following presentations were made during the 33rd Annual LEIM Conference in Dallas, Texas, May 18-21, 2009. Additional presentations will be posted as they are received.

Monday, May 18, 2009

LEIM Orientation for First Time Conference Attendees

  • Major Ronald Dean Hairston, Danville (VA) Police Department
    Chair, IACP LEIM Section

ABC's of Information Technology

  • Captain Eddie Reyes, Alexandria (VA) Police Department
    Immediate Past Chair, IACP LEIM Section
Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Information Sharing From a Federal, State, and Regional Perspective

Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) Initiative

  • David P. Lewis, Senior Policy Advisor, Information Technology Office, Policy Division, Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice
  • Chris Traver, Senior Policy Advisor, Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice

Options for Interagency Data Sharing in a Secure Environment

  • Debra Cohen, Senior Social Science Analyst, Office of Community Policing Services, U.S. Department of Justice
  • James E. Douglas, Justice Information Systems Specialist, SEARCH, the National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics

Success in Automatic License Plate Recognition Technology - Cincinnati Police Creating a Regional Approach

  • Lieutenant Colonel Cindy M. Combs, Information Management Bureau Commander, Cincinnati (OH) Police Department
  • Captain Russell A. Neville, Information Technology Management Section Commander, Cincinnati (OH) Police Department
  • Heather Whitton, Computer Programmer Analyst, Information Technology Management Section, Cincinnati (OH) Police Department

Public Safety Communications Update for Police Chiefs - 700 MHz, 800 MHz, Narrowbanding Below 512 MHz

  • Chief Harlin McEwen (Ret.), Chair, IACP Communications and Technology Committee, Director, Public Safety Spectrum Trust

Fairfax County Police Department CAD/RMS Implementation - Lessons Learned

  • Captain Shawn P. Bennett, Fairfax County (VA) Police Department
  • Lieutenant Archie E. Pollard, Fairfax County (VA) Police Department

NCIEN-Nationwide Corrections Image Exchange through Nlets

  • Captain Alan Melvin, Technical Services Unit Director, North Carolina Highway Patrol
  • Terry O'Connell, MPA, OPMA, Director, Law Enforcement Data System , Oregon State Police

Digital Asset Management: Digital Evidence Strategies and Solutions

  • D. Miles Brissette, Assistant Criminal District Attorney, Tarrant County (TX) Criminal District Attorney’s Office

Kentucky E-Warrants: Using the Internet to Revolutionize Law Enforcement

  • Mary Cope Pedersen, Chief Information Officer, Kentucky Office of Homeland Security
  • Lieutenant Charles Edelen, Louisville (KY) Metro Police Department
  • Sergeant Shane Bates, Kentucky State Police
  • Alecia Webb-Edgington, Representative, Kentucky Legislature

Sending Photos and Data to 9-1-1: Do You Want Them?

  • Kevin Dopart, Noblis

Dirty Data Solutions: Tools for Improving the Quality of LE Data Sets

  • Lieutenant Robert J. Poisson, Jr., New York State Police, New York State Intelligence Center
  • Valerie Kay Sessions, Assistant Professor, Computer and Information Science, Charleston Southern University
  • Dominic LaMar, Program Manager, SPAWAR Atlantic

Arrest Processing in the NYPD: A Study of Technical and Managerial Dysfunction

  • Edith Linn, Ph.D., Professor of Justice Studies, Berkeley College

Designing, Implementing and Managing Enterprise Wireless Multi-Agency CJIS Systems in a Statewide Technology Architecture

  • Maury Mitchell, Director, Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center
  • Marc Winitz, Vice President, State and Local Business Development, Public Safety Group, ATS Corporation (ATSC)
  • Martin Gillespie, Vice President, Federal Business Development, Public Safety Group, ATS Corporation (ATSC)

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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Federal Partners Engaging State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies in Technology and Funding Efforts

Building on Success: Information Sharing in Seattle – The Seattle Justice Information Sharing (SeaJIS) Program

  • Julie Lange, SeaJIS Program Manager, Seattle (WA) Police Department
  • Bryan Lepine, Managing Director, Online Business Systems

Optimizing the In-Car Digital Video Process: From Cuffs to Court

  • Chris Lee, Technology Operations Manager, City of Lewisville (TX)
  • Greg Peratt, Panasonic Computer Solutions Company

Expanding Real-time NIEM Information Sharing Across Multiple Jurisdictions: Key Lessons and Insights

  • Michael Spirito, Deputy Director for Technology Support, Chester County (PA) Department of Emergency Services
  • Peter J. Rosamilla, Vice President, Interoperability Solutions, Science Applications International Corporation
  • Kevin Switala, Project Manager, GeoDecisions
  • Robert Desourdis, Vice President, Technology and Senior Systems Architect, Science Applications International Corporation

Officer Notification and Smart Alerting System

  • Pamela Scanlon, Executive Director, Automated Regional Justice Information System (ARJIS)
  • Joseph Vaughn, Technical Manager, Automated Regional Justice Information System

SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic License Plate Recognition System Projects

  • Dominic LaMar, Program Manager, SPAWAR Atlantic
  • Lieutenant Pete Kelting, Seminole County (FL) Sheriff's Office
  • Tris Sherman, Senior Consultant, Booz Allen Hamilton

Public Safety Data Interoperability Project: Enhancing Information Sharing at the Local Level

  • James (Jim) F. Slater, III, Deputy Executive Director, Massachusetts Criminal History Systems Board
  • Commander William C. Smith, Division of Emergency Services, City of Richmond (VA) Police Department
  • William (Bill) Hobgood, Project Manager, Public Safety Team and Interim Application Solutions Division Manager, Department of Information Technology, City of Richmond (VA)

RFP Proposals for Photo Red Light and Speed Enforcement Pitfalls and Answers

  • Captain Tom Didone, Montgomery County (MD) Police Department
  • Rick Larson, Senior Sales Solution Specialist, LaserCraft, Inc.

Mobile ID: From Pilot to Countywide Roll-Out

  • Sergeant Thomas “TJ” Smith, Los Angeles County (CA) Sheriff's Department
  • Deputy Sheriff Stephen Bevan, Los Angeles County (CA) Sheriff's Department

NEIM - Enabling Law Enforcement Information Sharing at the Local, Regional, State, Federal, and International Levels

  • Captain Scott Edson, Commander, Communications and Fleet Management Bureau, Los Angeles County (CA) Sheriff’s Department
  • Assistant Chief David Gavin, Administration Division, Texas Department of Public Safety
  • Chris Traver, Senior Policy Advisor, Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice
  • Philip Letowt, Chief Architect, Immigration, Customs, and Enforcement, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
  • Paul Wormeli, Executive Director, IJIS Institute

Nlets: The Common Thread for Law Enforcement and Public Safety Tools and Technology

IT and Law Enforcement Working Together Under One Roof

  • Michael Roosa, Chief Information Officer, Maryland Department of State Police
  • Sergeant Douglas J. Baralo, Applications and Development Manager, Maryland Department of State Police
  • Deidre L. Parish, Program Manager, Division of Information Technology, Maryland Transportation Authority

The City of Houston: Intelligent Tools, Intelligent Maps and an Intelligence-Led Approach to Law Enforcement

  • Captain Mark Eisenman, Chief of Staff, Office of the Chief of Police, Houston Police Department
  • David Cook, Law Enforcement Industry Solutions, ESRI

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Thursday, May 21, 2009

What Law Enforcement Agencies Need to Know about the Federal Bureau of Investigation's National Data Exchange (N-DEx) Program

  • Edward C. Waigand, Supervisory Special Agent, FBI/CJIS/Law Enforcement N-DEx Data Standards Manager

From Practitioner to Project Manager: LEITSC Tools for Law Enforcement

  • Captain Scott Edson, Commander, Comunications and Fleet Management Bureau, Los Angeles County (CA) Sheriff’s Department
  • Bill Albright, Program Manager, IACP Technology Center, International Association of Chiefs of Police

Best Practices for Suspicious Activity Report Collection, Management and Sharing of Intelligence Data

  • J. Patrick O’Burke, Bureau of Information Analysis, Texas Department of Public Safety
  • J. L. Balderas, CEO and Chief Client Advocate, YHD SoftWare, Inc

New Horizons in Information Sharing

  • Matthew D'Alessandro, Senior Business Development Manager, End-to-End Solutions, Motorola, Inc.
  • Mike Reade, Public Safety and Security Solutions Executive, IBM
  • Chris Westphal, Chief Executive Officer, Visual Analytics Inc.
  • Dave Cook, Law Enforcement Industry Solutions, ESRI

Leveraging Federally Funded Resources to Provide Secure Information Sharing for Law Enforcement and Public Safety

  • Henry D. Oleyniczak, Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Operations, Regional Information Sharing Systems
  • Angelo J. Fiumara, Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Programs, Regional Information Sharing Systems

Improving Interoperability at the International Level: "Borrowing with Pride"

ALEISS-Information Sharing in the Last Frontier

  • Chief Greg Browning, Juneau (AK) Police Department
  • Robert Fund, COPLINK Product Manager, Knowledge Computing Corporation

FBI‘s Law Enforcement Online

  • Terry A. Booth, Law Enforcement Liaison Contractor, Law Enforcement Online Unit, Federal Bureau of Investigation

Take This Software, Please - The Case for Open Collaboration for Affordable Law Enforcement Systems

  • Ken Beam, Chief Information Officer, Onondaga County, New York
  • Malcolm Sloan, Fusion Center Program Manager, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation
  • Deborah Bryant, Public Sector Communities Manager Oregon State University's Open Source Lab
  • Scott Porter, President, Center for Advanced Public Safety Information Technologies

Current and Future Cellular Technology

  • Captain Ed Posey, Gainesville (FL) Police Department
  • Jimmie Hutchison, Regional Sales Manager, North America Solutions Sales, Sierra Wireless

Identity Theft and International Mass-Marketing Fraud Special Interest Groups

  • Jonathan J. Rusch, Deputy Chief for Strategy and Policy, Fraud Section, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice

Wireless Video Surveillance at Dallas PD Two Years After: Results and Lessons Learned

  • Lieutenant Anthony Crawford, Dallas (TX) Police Department
  • Sergeant David Franklin, Dallas (TX) Police Department

Digital Solutions for Law Enforcement

  • pecial Agent Terry Clark, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
  • John Guenther, President, CRGT, Inc.
  • Kathleen Shanahan, Director of Operations, CRGT, Inc.