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Mike King

Mike King

National Law Enforcement Manager - Esri

Mike is a well-respected authority on the application of GIS within law enforcement and public safety.

Mike King is the National Law Enforcement Manager for Esri, the world’s leading Geographic Information System (GIS) developer. 

With over 28 years of experience in law enforcement, Mike has served in areas including: patrol, motors, swat, investigations and administrative command, as well as holding the position of Chief of Staff in the Attorney General’s Office (Utah).  

A published author, Mike has appeared on national and international news shows, talk shows and documentaries, and has lectured on law enforcement in the United States, Canada, England, Mexico, Portugal, Brazil, Mali, Spain, Egypt and Australia.

Drawing on his extensive background in criminal profiling and forensic science, Mike is internationally renowned for his investigations into the death of King Tut – and is widely regarded as having solved the 3,400 year old murder. His investigations into this case were showcased in the Emmy Award winning production of ‘The Assassination of King Tut’ on the Discovery Channel and A&E’s History’s Mysteries on the ‘Curse of King Tut’.

In his role as National Law Enforcement Manager at Esri, Mike consults with some of the largest law enforcement agencies in the world on how GIS technology can better enable their forces in areas including: intelligence; information integration; crime and data analysis; tactical and strategic response, mobile solutions and operational awareness.

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Interest Areas

GIS for law enforcement, mobile solutions, situational awareness

Professional accreditations / memberships / associations

Co-chair of the FBI Violent Criminal Apprehension Program National Board.
Chairman of the Utah Criminal Tracking and Analysis Project.
Member of the International Chiefs of Police Association and the Utah Chiefs Association.
Member of the National Sheriffs' Association and Crime Prevention National Committee.
Associate of  the Major Cities Chiefs of Police and the Major County Sheriffs' Associations.
Associate of the Association of State Criminal Investigative Agencies.
Recipient of the National Police Officer of the Year and NAPO Honorable Mention for Police Officer of the Year.