We believe that law enforcement agencies and communities want to build a better tomorrow, together. The Guardian Score platform empowers communities to transform the way law enforcement agencies collect, interpret, and operate from community feedback - one score at a time.
- Change the way agencies measure a “good officer”
- Provide a voice to all citizens who experience police encounters
- Help law enforcement agencies protect their brand
- Measure procedural justice skills of individual police officers
- Build legitimacy for law enforcement within their community
Burke Brownfeld is a former police officer with significant private sector experience and engaged thought leader on police-community relations. Brendan Hooke is an active police commander with a burning passion to leverage technology to solve problems in law enforcement. Mohammed Kassem is a software-entrepreneur carrying two master degrees and over 15 years of business, engineering and product experience delivering products to the market. Josh brings over a decade of experience at the intersection of software development, big data architecture and cyber security. He thrives in the technical intricacies of developing and integrating solutions to solve real-world problems. Moussa is a masterful software engineer with a decade of experience innovating creative solutions in a broad range of industries. Jesse Thornton has been a law enforcement officer for over twenty years in Northern Virginia, where he lives with his wife and three children. He has served in many roles to include bilingual resource officer, repeat offender team, and neighborhood patrol as well as a detective in auto theft, missing persons, child exploitation, homicide, and fugitive apprehension.
Bryan Porter presently serves as Commonwealth's Attorney in Alexandria. He has been a prosecutor since 2001 and began his first term as Commonwealth's Attorney in January 2014. Shannon Dion is Japanese-American, a survivor and public servant who has dedicated her life to supporting and improving the criminal justice system. Shannon has prioritized strengthening relationships between communities and their law enforcement partners and has served as a prosecutor, assistant attorney general, Director of the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, and volunteer.
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