MCLEAN, Va., June 21 /PRNewswire/ -- i2, the leading provider of intelligence and investigation software, announced today the appointment of Tim Riley as Senior Vice President of Business Development. He brings to i2 decades of law enforcement experience as a Detective Division Commander, a Police Captain and most recently as the Chief Information Officer for the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). During his tenure with the LAPD, he led the deployment of the world's largest information sharing initiative. Built with i2 products, the system contains more than 250 million records that are accessible within seconds to all officers in Los Angeles and Orange County, Calif. Use of the system has helped solve and prevent countless criminal acts.
"Tim has had a distinguished career helping law enforcement organizations protect their citizens from criminal behavior," said i2 CEO Robert Griffin. "He has a complete understanding of how police officers work and how jurisdictions with millions of citizens can deploy new information sharing capabilities that rely on the latest technologies in a way that generates results. We are thrilled to have him join our management team."
In his new role, Mr. Riley will expand and strengthen i2's business development efforts, and provide critical project and program support for the company's law enforcement and intelligence product lines. His intimate involvement in the implementation of i2's products adds tremendous value for customers.
"I am pleased to join i2 and help the law enforcement and intelligence communities apply new information sharing and analytical capabilities to achieve their missions," said Riley. "The combined capabilities of COPLINK, the most widely deployed lead generation tool in the U.S., and the Analysis Product Line offers customers an unparalleled solution in preventing crime and terrorism. I look forward to working with my i2 colleagues to help our customers maximize their technology investments and collaborate with their peers across jurisdictions and all levels of government."
For the last five years, Mr. Riley was responsible for all the information technology for the LAPD's 13,500 employees. He collaborated with city, county, state and federal governments on important technology issues. He also managed a bureau of more than 1,000 employees with responsibilities for records and identification, communications and 9-1-1 service, and voice and data radio communications.
Prior to joining the LAPD, he served as a sworn officer for the Newport Beach, Calif., police department, where he retired as a Police Captain and Detective Division Commander after more than 30 years of service. Additionally, he has more than 15 years of management experience in the public sector information technology and public safety.
A recognized thought leader, he is often sought out to speak at government conferences and serve as a formal advisor to public sector organizations. Mr. Riley has participated in working groups with the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Communications Commission. He holds a Master's Degree in Public Administration from the University of Southern California and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, the United States Secret Service Dignitary Protection School, and the National Institute of Justice, Technology Institute for Law Enforcement. He also was a board member of the State of California Emergency Services Advisory Board for 9-1-1 services.
i2 is the leading provider of intelligence and investigation solutions for defense, national security, law enforcement and commercial security. Over 4,500 organizations in 149 countries rely on the i2 Intelligence-Led Operations Platform to proactively deter, prevent, predict and disrupt the world's most sophisticated criminal and terrorist threats. i2 started the intelligence revolution in 1990 and continues to lead the industry in innovation with products like Analyst's Notebook® and COPLINK®. These solutions enable public safety officers, analysts, managers, detectives and investigators to uncover hidden connections faster, deliver timely and actionable results and communicate complex situations more clearly than ever. For more information, please visit www.i2group.com. Follow i2 on Twitter @i2group and read the i2 blog iConnect.
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