Roger Rodriguez is passionate about interrupting and preventing
potential threat actors. On September 11, 2001, Roger was working as
a first responder with the New York City Police Department (NYPD) and
assisted with the rescue and recovery efforts. The experience inspired
him to specialize in police technology. Roger’s success in the
communications division with technology and data analytics earned
him a place in the Intelligence division, where he worked with large
scale hotels and businesses on a three-year infrastructure and security
assessment of New York City. He also briefed emergency services
personnel on daily intelligence-driven maneuvers and served as a
dignitary protection specialist providing protection to world leaders
including the U.S. president.
Roger was instrumental in helping to develop the Real Time Crime
Center for the NYPD, and also spearheaded the agency’s facial
recognition department, both of which are recognized as models
for data analytics and facial recognition technology globally.
As a core member of the Client Relations Team, he is a thought
leader in the field and has authored numerous publications, given
media interviews and leadership presentations on executive
Receiving real-time alerts on vehicles of interest
matters when it comes to interrupting potential
threats or stopping a criminal in their tracks. LPR
technology provides those real-time notifications
as well as helps officers use historical detections
to generate investigative leads.
Take the guesswork out of crime gun
investigations by using our software to
capture, analyze, and compare fired cartridge
cases and visualize evidence in shooting
events. Generate real-time investigative leads
from the scene of the crime or the lab, and
share findings across jurisdictions.