Public Safety Data Exchange (PSDEX)

LexisNexis Risk Solutions has created an Advisory Committee to advise on policy and governance of its Public Safety Data Exchange (PSDEX) data, helping to ensure adherence to federal Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS), state and local standards for security and privacy of law enforcement-provided data.

The PSDEX Advisory Committee members also bring their considerable experience in government positions of trust to our company’s commitment to a clearly defined Code of Ethics and Business Conduct. This code mandates the company “support and respect international human rights” and works to ensure we work to protect the rights and lives of our most vulnerable populations.

The PSDEX compiles data from thousands of law enforcement agencies across the U.S. to help them solve crimes, stop threats and successfully anticipate future threats. This data is linked to public records data and served back to agencies to accelerate criminal investigations through key solutions such as Accurint Virtual Crime Center.

The PSDEX Advisory Committee is comprised of former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Secret Service, metropolitan police department and other criminal justice experts, in partnership with LexisNexis Risk Solutions leaders.


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Tom Bush, Assistant Director of the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services division (ret.)

Thomas Bush was appointed to be Assistant Director of the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on December 23, 2004, by Director Robert Mueller...

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Howard Safir, New York City Police Commissioner (ret.)

Howard Safir currently serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Vigilant Resources International (VRI). Mr. Safir retired from the public sector as New York City’s 39th Police Commissioner...

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Brian Stafford, Director of the U.S. Secret Service (ret.)

Brian Stafford was appointed the 20th Director of the United States Secret Service (USSS) on March 4, 1999. Prior to joining USSS, Mr. Stafford served in the United States Army and completed a tour of duty in Vietnam, where he earned the Bronze Star...

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Haywood “Woody” Talcove, CEO, Government, LexisNexis Risk Solutions and LexisNexis Special Services Inc. (LNSSI)

Haywood "Woody" Talcove is Chief Executive Officer, Government, LexisNexis Risk Solutions and LexisNexis Special Services Inc. He oversees strategic business activities concerning all customer operations, sales, marketing, communications, consulting, corporate development and ecosystem activities...

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Joseph Persichini, Jr, Executive Director of the Washington DC Police Foundation

On September 1, 2010, Mr. Persichini accepted the position of the Executive Director of the Washington DC Police Foundation. The Washington DC Police Foundation brings together business, civic, nonprofit and professional communities and individuals to promote public safety through support of acting Chief of Police, Peter Newsham and the Metropolitan Police Department...

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William G. Gross, Police Commissioner, Boston Police Department

William G. Gross is the 42nd Police Commissioner of the City of Boston. He has served the people of Boston for 37 years. After joining the department in 1983 as a Boston Police Cadet, he graduated from the Boston Police Academy in 1985. He spent years as a patrol officer, patrolling the many neighborhoods of Boston. He was also assigned to the Youth Violence Strike Force and the Drug Control Unit, as well as being an Instructor at the Boston Police Academy. He was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2004 and rated Sergeant-Detective in 2006. The majority of his supervisory years were spent serving the neighborhoods of the Dorchester section of the city.

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Vincent Line, Chief of Operations, Denver Sheriff Department

Vince Line is a Colorado native and military veteran. After spending time on active duty, he returned to Colorado and began a career in law enforcement. He currently serves as the Chief of Operations for the Denver Sheriff’s Department. He began his law enforcement career as a 911 dispatcher and eventually worked as a deputy sheriff in a variety of capacities prior to promoting through the ranks…

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Matt Lewis, Sheriff, Mesa County Sheriff’s Office