Lisa Voss is in her 28th year with the Delaware State Police, State Bureau of Identification, serving as the Assistant Director of the State Bureau of Identification. Formerly the AFIS Section Administrator, she has worked in all areas of the science of tenprint and latent fingerprints, as well as facial recognition. Lisa also serves as the State Compact Officer for the National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact where she is currently the Eastern Regions Chair and sits on the Planning and Outreach Committee. Lisa is the governor-appointed state representative to SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics and serves as a member of their Board of Directors.
Leslie Moore has been with the Kansas Bureau of Investigation for 25 years, where she serves as the Information Services Division Director. One of the units under Leslie's responsibility is the Tenprint Identification Unit, where criminal and civil fingerprints are processed. Prior to Leslie's current role, she was the Criminal History Records Manager and a Criminal History Records and Tenprint Identification shift supervisor.
Leslie serves as the State Compact Officer and current Chair of the National Crime Prevention and Policy Compact Council (Compact Council), for which she serves a representative on the FBI CJIS Advisory Policy Board (APB). Leslie is the state-appointed representative to SEARCH, where she is also the current Chair of the Board of Directors. She is also the current Chair of the Kansas Criminal Justice Information Services (KCJIS) Committee.
Christie Fleeman has been with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office for over 20 years, and currently serves as the Regional Cal-ID Program Manager for Sacramento County. Cal-ID provides fingerprint, facial recognition, and DNA technology to the law enforcement agencies of Sacramento County. Christie began her career working in accounting for the Civil Division, Administrative Division and managing a station house prior to her 10+ years in various custody assignments.
She has been in her current position for over nine years, helping to provide biometric technology education and equipment to law enforcement agencies in Sacramento County. A native of California, Christie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music.
Sherri Becker has been with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension 9.5 years as the Fingerprint Services Supervisor. She has dual undergrad degrees in Criminal Justice and Business from South Dakota State University. Sherri received her training from the FBI in both Scientific Basics of Fingerprints and Advanced Fingerprint Comparison Techniques. During her time in MN, she developed and implemented a Fingerprint Technician Trainee Curriculum and Palmprint Comparisons for Tenprint Operators training.
Kenneth Blue works at the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, in Nashville, Tennessee as the Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) Systems Officer (CSO). He is a member of the Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) Advisory Policy Board (APB). He previously served as the CJIS Manager of the Biometric Services Section managing the Data Quality Unit. He has over 29 years of experience in the recording, classifying, comparing of fingerprints and in criminal justice information management. Kenneth instructs law enforcement agencies throughout Tennessee on recording legible fingerprints and performing fingerprint comparisons, and continues to compare and classify fingerprints as part of his daily work.
Kenneth has served on various Boards and Committees with the IAI, IDEMIA, Scientific Working Group (SWGFAST), as a member of the AFIS Interoperability Task Force and as past President of the Tennessee Division of the IAI. He holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi.
Lori Kaneshiro has proudly represented the State of Hawaii, Department of the Attorney General, Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center for the past 16 years. Lori has in total 29 years of experience as a tenprint and latent print examiner. Lori also worked for IDEMIA as their AFIS Training Specialist and the Honolulu Police Department as a tenprint and latent print examiner. Lori has also previously served on the Executive Users’ Board and is happy to be back, working as a voice for the User community. “E lawelawe me ka mahalo a me ke aloha”, (To serve with respect and aloha)
John A.J.M. Riemen is lead specialist to the Dutch Police and is the manager and custodian of the national criminal ABIS. He oversees the Center for Biometrics as part of the National Forensic Service Centre of the national Police and nationally responsible for the Fingerprint and Face identifications. He serves as the expert witness in court for these fields and is the strategic advisor to the office of the national Police Commissioner.
He has experience in the use of forensic fingerprint technologies, face recognition, disaster victim identification, identity management, identity fraud and process design in the field of biometrics. John is for more than 37 years active in law enforcement and for more than 21 years in forensic science.
He currently serves as a member of the IDEMIA Public Security Executive Users Board as international users representative.
He is the chosen vice-chair of the Ridgeology sub-working group of the Interpol Disaster Victim Identification Working group.
He is guest lecturer at the University of Amsterdam and the national Police Academy.
Matthew Ruel is the Director of the Maine State Bureau of Identification’s Access Integrity and Records Management units within the Maine State Police. He has served in this capacity for the last 16 years. Prior to his time with the state police, Matthew was a licensed social worker working with at-risk children and has served as a police officer and IT program manager over the course of his 26 years in public service.
Matthew serves as the State Compact officer for the National Crime Prevention and Policy Compact. He is the state-appointed representative to SEARCH, where he serves on their board of directors. He also serves on the board of directors for the Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault. Matthew is a graduate of the University of Southern Maine, where he majored in Criminology.
Carla Duellman has been with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) for 24 years, where she has been serving as the Biometric Product Manager for the past seven years, acting as a liaison between the BCA and criminal justice agencies and stakeholders.
Through her roles at the BCA, she has a deep understanding of the MN Criminal History System, AFIS, LiveScans, the mugshot system, and other civil fingerprint services. She has coordinated LiveScan deployments and provided fingerprint and data capture training to Minnesota jails across Minnesota. She also provided statewide training for Minnesota’s eCharging system, a paperless workflow system between law enforcement, prosecution and courts used to create, approve and file criminal complaints.
Ms. Duellman grew up in Minnesota and enjoys spending summers at her cabin on one of the state’s many lakes. She appreciates attending the IDEMIA user conferences to further her biometric understanding and network with colleagues.
Jeff Avey has been the director of the Criminal Identification Division at the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) for five years. Prior to this position, he managed multiple teams for NSP, including the Concealed Handgun Permit program for four years. During his time at the NSP, he has automated concealed handgun permitting and fingerprint scheduling, saving Nebraska $11 million since implementation. Before coming to the NSP, he worked in banking and finance, and held securities licenses.
Avey completed the Governor’s Leadership Academy in 2021 and was awarded Supervisor of the Year in 2019. He has a Master of Business Administration from Concordia University and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Nebraska.