TOUGHBOOK Law Enforcement Advisory Council

TOUGHBOOK Law Enforcement Advisory Council

TOUGHBOOK Law Enforcement Advisory Council

Advancing law enforcement technology and officer safety measures through collaboration and community.

Law Enforcement Innovation and Expertise

The council represents law enforcement agencies from around the U.S., providing a source of education for IT public safety professionals to share best practices and engage in an open forum on levering tech to improve department efficiencies. The primary function of LEAC is to meet the changing needs of law enforcement. 

TOUGHBOOK Law Enforcement Advisory Council Membership

LEAC Co-chair 1

Crystal Cody

LEAC Co-Chair, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, NC

Crystal Cody is the Technology and Data Solutions Manager for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department.  She has been with the Department for nineteen years. She is responsible for the selection, design, implementation, and management of all technology solutions used by the Department and oversees the Crime Analysis functions for the Department.  During her time at CMPD, she has managed or participated in the implementation of CMPD’s custom Records Management System, Computer Aided Dispatch system, the CRISS NC-LInX regional information sharing system, Digital Mobile Video Recording solution, Early Intervention System, Body Worn Camera Program, Video Management Platform, and Predictive Analytics Business Intelligence Dashboards; along with a myriad of technology projects supporting the daily operations for the CMPD. 

LEAC Co-chair 2

Shawn Romanowski

LEAC Co-Chair, Boston Police Department, MA

Mr. Shawn Romanoski, is a Telecommunications Director with the Boston Police Department. With a career spanning over twenty five years, Shawn Romanoski has worked within the aviation and telecommunications communities, commencing in 1991 at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics division with a distinguished international career in airborne and ground based communications and navigation.

The strength of the council is derived from our members who are actively addressing the technology needs for their respective agencies. The collective expertise of the council brings a better and holistic understanding of how to best improve officer safety and efficiency.

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For more information about the Law Enforcement Advisory Council, or to join, please contact LEACcouncil@us.panasonic.com.