Mike King’s contribution to law enforcement has spanned more than three decades and his expertise in the investigation of violent crime is world-renowned. Currently, King is the Global Industry Manager for Emergency Call Taking, Computer Aided Dispatch and Records Management at Esri.
In his home state of Utah, King retired from the Department of Public Safety after a distinguished career in law enforcement which included serving as Chief of Staff to Utah Attorney General. He was tapped to join a select few law enforcement professionals to serve on the FBI’s ViCAP (Violent Criminal Apprehension Program) National Advisory Board, reviewing policies and procedures and providing guidance on the creation of a national database for missing persons and unsolved homicides.
Globally, King has worked with law enforcement leaders around the world — in the US, Brazil, Australia, Croatia, Singapore and Vietnam among others — on the implementation of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) into daily policing workflows, including fusion, intelligence and real-time crime centres. He is a renowned leader in organising and developing multi-agency, multi-disciplinary task forces, fusion, intelligence and real time crime centres at all levels of government.
Building agile law enforcement with GIS
Global security expert Mike King outlines how GIS technology offers a complete agile law enforcement system by integrating existing networks with the latest technology for enhanced mobile capabilities and data intelligence.