The BWC TTA leads are key members and essential to the success of the BWC TTA Program. They contribute to a number of critical training and technical assistance activities—from webinar development, to product development, to on-site technical assistance, to participation in national meetings and training events, to regular conference calls with BWC PIP sites. TTA Leads are essentially coaches who are matched with BWC PIP sites and asked to provide specific training and technical assistance activities depending on the skills and expertise required. 

Learn more about the TTA Leads and their time spent in the BWC TTA program through their bios and audio recordings. To access the audio recordings, click the podcast icon next to each of their names.

Chief Orlando Cuevas (ret.)


Chief Cuevas has served as a BWC TTA Lead and subject matter expert since 2016. He has nearly 25 years of experience in the law enforcement field. His entire law enforcement career was spent with the Camden County Police Department. He has served in many different areas of the department including patrol, crime-scene investigation, evidence and investigations. He held the positions of Lieutenant, Inspector of Operations, and Inspect of Support Services and Investigative Services. In 2013, he became Deputy Chief and then later was promoted to Assistance Chief of Police in the Fall of 2013. Chief Cuevas retired from the Camden County Police Department as Assistant Chief in the Fall of 2016. Chief Cuevas has great expertise in may different areas of law enforcement. Some of the areas include police administration and operations, criminal investigations, community relations, strategic operations and public safety technology, large scale operations, interagency partnerships, and BWC technology. Chief Cuevas has served as the TTA lead to over 35 BWC PIP sites.  

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Scott Decker is a Senior Scientist at CNA working with the Justice Group. He currently works with the Strategies for Policing Innovation, Body Worn Cameras, Project Safe Neighborhood, and the Project on American Justice. He also serves as Associate Monitor as a member of the Independent Monitoring Team for the Consent Decree between the Chicago Police Department and the State of Illinois. He is a specialist in collaborations between practitioners and researchers. He formerly served as Foundation Professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University. He is a Fellow in the American Society of Criminology and the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. He is the author of 18 books and over 140 scientific articles.

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Scott Decker, PhD

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Janne Gaub, PhD

Jane Gaub SME


Janne E. Gaub is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She has served as a BWC TTA subject-matter expert for almost five years. She received her Ph.D. in Criminology and Criminal Justice from Arizona State University in 2015 and was the project manager for a multi-site randomized controlled trial testing the impact of police officer body-worn cameras in Tempe, Arizona and Spokane, Washington (funded by Arnold Ventures). She is the author/co-author of the BWC TTA Outcome Directories and multiple technical reports related to the various impacts of BWCs. Dr. Gaub’s primary research interests are police BWCs, specialty units, misconduct, and gender and policing, and her research has been published in academic journals including Criminology, Criminology, Public Policy, Journal of Experimental Criminology, and Police Quarterly.

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Scot Haug is a 32-year-veteran of law enforcement, having worked in all areas of police operations and technology recently retiring as the Chief of Police of the Post Falls, Idaho Police Department. He is a graduate of the 201st FBI National Academy and has served as a Commissioner for Idaho POST, the agency responsible for all Idaho policing standards and training. Most recently he served as President of the Idaho Chiefs of Police Association. Scot is known for being an effective practitioner-technologist and has significant project management experience. He has served as a technology consultant to company’s such as Lockheed Martin, Booz|Allen|Hamilton and the International Chief’s of Police Association. His technology projects have been featured in Computer World magazine, CEO magazine, and the Harvard University Government Innovators Network. He is co-owner of the consulting firm, Public Safety Insight.

Chief Scot Haug (ret.)

Chief Scot Haug SME

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Charles Katz

Charles Katz SME


Charles Katz is a Professor and the Watts Endowed Family Chair of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and is Director of the Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety at Arizona State University.  His research involves collaborating with agencies to increase their organizational capacity to identify and respond to crime effecting local communities. He currently serves as a research partner to the Phoenix Police Department to evaluate their BJA sponsored projects related to SMART policing and Crime Gun Intelligence.  He served as one of two primary authors of the US Department of Justice Body-Worn Camera Toolkit and currently serves as a senior advisor to the Bureau of Justice Assistance on its Body-Worn Camera Training and Technical Assistance Team.

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Dr. Aili Malm is a Professor in the School of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Emergency Management at California State University, Long Beach. She is interested in the assessment and evaluation of policing strategies and intelligence. She has worked as a PI or Co-PI for over $5 million in grants. She has published over 40 research articles and two books including ‘Disrupting Criminal Networks’ with Gisela Bichler, and ‘Cops, Cameras and Crisis’ with Mike White. She has also worked with several police departments across the globe, including the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, British Home Office, Danish National Police, and numerous local departments across the United States.

Aili Malm, PhD

Dr. Aili Malm SME

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Chief Richard McLaughlin (ret.)

Rich McLaughlin SME


Chief McLaughlin is an accomplished law enforcement professional with extensive experience directing and managing the daily operations of a full-service police department of nearly 100 personnel serving a population of 25,000 (nighttime)/ 125,000 (daytime).  He has over 30 years of progressive, extensive and diverse experiences and has navigated a balanced career with operational and staff assignments. He implemented a focus on community policing initiatives by actively working in conjunction with community leaders and concerned citizens to develop and strengthen relationships. He is dedicated to impeccable professionalism, personal integrity, courage and ethical decision-making. 

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Chief Harold Medlock served as Chief of Police of the Fayetteville Police Department (FPD) for nearly four years, retiring in January 2107.  During his tenure with FPD, he led the department in securing Body Worn Cameras for the department with grant funding from the BJA Body Worn Camera Grant Program. He served over two decades with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department; promoting to Deputy Chief in 2008. He served as National Special Security Event (NSSE) Co-Chair for the 2012 Democratic National Convention.Chief Medlock earned an MBA degree from Pfeiffer University, and is a graduate of the FBI National Executive Institute, the FBI National Academy, and the Senior Management Institute for Police.  Chief Medlock actively served on a number of law enforcement and social issue boards including the North Carolina Governor’s Crime Commission, the North Carolina Police Executives Association, the North Carolina Criminal Justice Training and Standards Commission, and the North Carolina Commission for Racial and Ethnic Disparity. He presented written and verbal testimony for the President’s Task Force for 21st Century Policing. Chief Medlock currently serves as the Associate Monitor for Accountability and Transparency for the Chicago Police Department Consent Decree. He serves as a Subject Matter Expert and Strategic Site Liaison for several Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) projects including the Strategies for Policing Innovation (SPI), Public Safety Partnership (PSP), Project Safe Neighborhood (PSN), and Body Worn Camera Training and Technical Assistance (BWC TTA) program.

Chief Harold Medlock (ret.)

Chief Harold Medlock

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Chief Rodney Monroe (ret.)

Chief Rodney Monroe


Retired Chief Rodney D. Monroe is an accomplished and highly respected subject matter expert in community policing and police reform. With over 40 years of experience in law enforcement, retiring as Assistant Chief of Police in Washington, D.C., and continuing to serve as Chief of Police for 15 years in three cities, he is now sharing valuable knowledge and expertise with various law enforcement entities. Chief Monroe continues his police reform efforts by partnering with noted professional organizations providing consulting services and subject matter expertise in various collaborative reforms, critical incident reviews, violence reductions, Body Worn Camera Programs, and the handling of mass demonstrations and special events. Chief Monroe served as Monitor for Department of Justice Federal Consent Decree, (Meridian MS.) and is currently serving as the Deputy Monitor for the Chicago Police Departments Federal Consent Decree). Currently Chief Monroe serves as an Executive Fellow and subject matter expert with the National Police Foundation. He also serves as a Strategic Site Liaison for projects spearheaded by the Department of Justice COPS such as the Public Safety Partnership, which focuses on reducing violent crime within urban cities and Body Worn Camera Program in developing policies and implementation.

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Damon Mosler has been a San Diego County Deputy District Attorney for over 27 years and is currently the Chief of the Economic Crimes Division. He has served as Chief of both the Narcotics Division and Special Operations as well as a law enforcement liaison for the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. He has taught on a range of topics including: case preparation, predator/club drugs, informant handling, 4th amendment law and body worn camera concerns. He is a body worn camera subject matter expert for the Bureau of Justice Assistance.

Damon Mosler, Assistant District Attorney

Damon Mosler SME

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Chief Mary O'Connor (ret.)

Chief Mary OConnor SME


Chief O'Connor has served as a BWC TTA Lead and subject matter expert since 2019. As a 22-year veteran in the law enforcement profession, she has been a proven leader in evidence-based policing and community engagement. Her entire law enforcement career was spent with the Tampa Police Department, where she worked her way to Assistant Chief and retired in 2016. Community partnerships and technology were two cornerstones of the plan that Chief O'Connor implemented contributing to a 61% reduction in crime and 54% reduction in arrests over a ten-year period. Chief O'Connor works today to share best practices in command leadership and community collaboration as a faculty member of the FBI LEEDA's Supervisor and Command Leadership Institutes and as a Special Advisor for the National Association of Women Law Enforcement Executives. She has great expertise in many different areas of law enforcement. Some of the areas include but are not limited to: evidence-based policing, community engagement, intelligence-led policing, technology, officer health and wellness, and inter-agency partnerships.

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Eddie L. Reyes was appointed as the Director of Prince William County’s Office of Public Safety Communications on February 20, 2018. In this capacity, he oversees Prince William County’s Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP), which is responsible for answering and dispatching calls for police services in the County, and fire and rescue services in the County and cities of Manassas and Manassas Park, as well as the towns of Dumfries, Haymarket and Occoquan. Since the early 2000’s, Reyes has been intimately involved with technology related to public safety communications, such as 911 telephony, computer aided dispatch, land mobile radio systems, emergency communications voice recording systems, mobile data terminals, automatic vehicle locator for the expedited dispatch of first responders as well as body worn cameras, firearm discharge detection technology and small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS).

Eddie Reyes, Public Safety Communications Director

Eddie Reyes SME

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Steve Rickman

Steve Rickman SME


Stephen Rickman has a career in public safety spanning over 40 years that includes serving as a justice statistician, program manager, public safety coordinator and Homeland Security/Emergency Management Agency Director for Washington DC, a senior Department of Justice Office Director serving as a member of the Senior Executive Service and national Director of the Weed and Seed program working with communities and law enforcement agencies in nearly 300 jurisdictions across the country. He was detailed to the White House Office of Homeland Security post 9/11 and helped establish national counter-terrorism programs and assisted in the design for the Department of Homeland Security.  Working as a public safety and policing consultant  expert, Mr. Rickman helped establish the SMART policing program which promoted the use of analytics and technology in law enforcement for the Department of Justice and collaborative reform programming for law enforcement agencies. Currently Mr. Rickman serves as an Associate Monitor for Community in Policing in both Chicago, Illinois and Albuquerque, New Mexico.     

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Geoff Smith is the Director of Public Safety for the City of Sturgis, Michigan, with a force of 21 sworn officers. Geoff has been involved or led several initiatives including in-car systems, BWC’s, and vehicle monitoring equipment. Geoff has been a member of the law enforcement community for over 24 years, holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Management & Organizational Development from Spring Arbor University and is certified as an instructor or specialist in various disciplines including computer and cell phone forensics. Geoff is currently a member of L.E.A.F. which is a group of chiefs, litigation attorneys and the Michigan Municipal League that develops “Best Practices” policies for departments across the State. Geoff has presented on several topics including technology, active shooter trainings, and Body Worn Cameras at annual conferences of the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police, the Michigan Municipal League, and the IACP. He is also currently 1st Vice President of MACP and a Past President of the WMACP (Western Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police) and has been requested to “mentor” or assist other agencies with implementation of BWC’s.

Geoff Smith, Director of Public Safety

Geoff Smith SME

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Charles Stephenson, Senior Advisor

Charles Stephenson SME


Charles Stephenson is an expert in technologies and analytics used by law enforcement. Prior to joining CNA Mr. Stephenson was a public safety technologist with the National Law Enforcement and Corrections Communications Center of Excellence where he assisted the public safety community in addressing their technology needs and challenges. Mr. Stephenson has a a Masters of Business Administration in Project Management from Columbia Southern University and Bachelors of Science in Business from the University of Maryland. During his time at the CNA Corporation, he has provided extensive support to criminal justice projects such as Strategies for Policing Innovation (SPI), Body-worn Camera Training and Technical Assistance (BWC TTA), and the National Public Safety Partnership (PSP). His work on SPI, BWC TTA and PSP projects includes providing subject matter expertise, technical and analytical support to the team and grantees. Mr. Stephenson is a retired US Army Signal Corp Officer and has considerable technical expertise in federal government R&D programs, rapid prototyping of new technologies and technology transfer to the private sector. Additionally he has worked on federal projects involving communications interoperability, detection of contraband cell phones in correctional facilities, development of software defined radios and the evaluation of gunshot detection technologies.
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Dr. Michael D. White serves as the Co-Director on BWC TTA and is a Professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University (ASU). He is Associate Director of ASU’s Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety. Dr. White has commented extensively in the media on body-worn cameras (BWCs), including in Scientific American, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Washington Post, TIME Magazine, and NPR. He also testified about body-worn cameras before the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing. Dr. White recently completed a multi-site randomized controlled trial testing the impact of police officer body-worn cameras in Tempe, Arizona and Spokane, Washington (funded by Arnold Ventures), and he is currently a co-PI on a National Institute of Justice-funded project evaluating BWCs in a county jail. He is one of the primary authors of the U.S. Department of Justice Body-Worn Camera Toolkit, and he is author of a 2014 U.S. Department of Justice report titled, Police officer body-worn cameras: Assessing the evidence. Dr. White has published numerous articles on police BWCs, and he co-authored Cops, cameras, and crisis: The potential and perils of police body-worn cameras (with Dr. Aili Malm; 2020, New York University Press).

Michael D. White, PhD

Michael White SME

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Captain Dan Zehnder (ret.)

Charles Stephenson SME


Dan Zehnder is  a retired captain from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department where he served in various assignments for 22 years. In 2014, he was appointed as the department’s Body-Worn Camera Program Manager. During his two and a half years in that position he was responsible for all aspects of planning, operations, and management of the department’s BWC program. He has been a Subject Matter Expert for the Bureau of Justice Assistance Body-Worn Camera Training and Technical Assistance Team managed by CNA Corporation since its inception in 2015. He has been involved with the body-worn camera discussion at the national level having been privileged to serve as a subject matter expert for the Bureau of Justice Assistance as they developed an on-line Body-Worn Camera “Toolkit” which provides extensive guidelines and recommendations to police agencies for implementing an effective program. He also serves as a body-worn camera grant peer reviewer for the Office of Justice Programs and is a member of the Bureau of Justice Assistance National Training and Technical Assistance Center’s Body-Worn Camera Speakers Bureau. He is the President of Principis Group Inc., a training and consulting service provider for public safety agencies
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