Louis J. Pacheco
Louis J. Pacheco joined the Raynham Police Department in 1974 as a civilian dispatcher. Thirty-threes years later and now Chief of Police, he commands the Regional Electronic and Computer Crime Taskforce (REACCT) investigative unit and digital and video forensics laboratories, which specializes in video and digital forensics. Chief Pacheco currently is involved in a project called "INFORM" (Integrated Fiber Optic Response Mechanism), which showcases the speed and versatility of a fiber optic public safety network, and shares video, data and voice. Pacheco holds a BA, Criminal Justice degree and an MA, Public Administration.
Toby M. Finnie
Toby M. Finnie's background in law enforcement and criminal justice includes more than sixteen years of service to public safety agencies. She is a participating member of the Futures Working Group collaboration between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Society of Police Futurists International. She was a planning panel member and technical working groups participant, co-authoring Investigating Crime on the Internet & Networked Computers and Forensic Examination of Digital Evidence: A Guide for Law Enforcement. She was a member of the National Cybercrime Training Partnership editorial board and is a past member of Computer Technology Investigators Northwest board of directors.
Stuart Hyde QPM
Stuart Hyde is a former Chief Constable from the UK, he helped shape and lead the UK police response to issues on the Internet and has presented his thoughts widely across the globe. As a professional police manager, he is dedicated to seeing that Law Enforcement is better equipped to deal with digital crime. His national efforts led to the creation of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) in the UK. Now a consultant and member of Europol Internet Advisory Board
Michael W. Finnie
Michael W. Finnie, Computer Forensic Specialist, brings a broad background of skills to HTCC. A former investigator for the Custer County (Colorado) Sheriff's Department and director of that agency's high tech crime unit, he participated in several multi-jurisdictional efforts, including the Colorado Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. He now applies his skills in the private sector. He is a member of several professional organizations and has participated in multiple Technical Working Groups. Finnie also serves as an instructor in the University of Washington certificate program in computer forensics.
Michael Farber is employed as a Computer Forensics Investigator by the New York State Department of Health, Office of Professional Medical Conduct. He is also a member of the International Association of Computer Investigative Society (IACIS), High Technology Computer Investigative Association (HTCIA) and is Co-Chair of the NYS Office of Cyber Security & Critical Infrastructure Coordination's Computer Forensics Workgroup. Farber received the New York State Department of Health's Commissioners Recognition Award for his work in computer forensics.
Joseph Coffey has significant experience in business finance and operations, and he played an integral part in the overall development of Computer Forensics, Inc. (CFI) before it was acquired by Navigant Consulting, Inc. (NCI) in May of 2005. In addition to his business acumen, he has extensive experience with a variety of complicated software applications, including Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Computer Forensic software.