IACP/ecoATM Leadership in Crime Prevention Award
ecoATM is proud to sponsor the International Association of Chiefs of Police/ecoATM Leadership in Crime Prevention Award which recognizes innovative crime prevention programs throughout the world. Crime prevention has been part of ecoATM’s DNA since 2009. With over 5,000 kiosks worldwide, we are the global leader in handheld electronic device recycling. ecoATM’s automated handheld electronic device recycling kiosks are engineered and designed to use sophisticated technology and processes to capture and provide detailed information about each sale to law enforcement and detect and deter a criminal’s ability to profit from their crimes.
Chief (ret.) Jim Smith, Director of Law Enforcement Relations
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Law Enforcement Relations Director Doug Muldoon Receives the Prestigious Livio A. Beccaccio Award From the FBI National Academy Associates
Pictured L to R: FBINAA President Joseph Hellebrand, Doug Muldoon and FBINAA Executive Director Howard Cook receives the Livio A. Beccaccio Award at the FBINAA Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida on July 10th.
The Livio A. Beccaccio Award is a living memorial presented to a FBI National Academy Associate member who has demonstrated exemplary character through an act of heroism, outstanding community service, innovation in law enforcement, or leadership reflective of that by which FBI Special Agent Livio A. Beccaccio lived.
Livio A. Beccaccio served as Chief of the National Academy Unit at the FBI Academy from 1987 – 1994. Prior to that, he was the Chief of the Physical Training Unit at Quantico and had multiple assignments since joining the FBI in 1968. He died September 17, 1997 in a helicopter crash which took the lives of 12 members of the international peace mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Doug retired in 2015 after 38 years in Law Enforcement. He spent his entire career with the City of Palm Bay Police Department in Florida and rose through the ranks to become the first internal Chief in 36 years. Doug is a graduate of the 153rd Session of the FBI National Academy. He served as the Florida Chapter President in 1998 and then appointed in 1999 as the Executive Secretary-Treasurer of that chapter. Doug was elected to the FBI National Academy Associates Board in 2005 and served as International President in 2013. Doug transitioned to the private sector in 2015 and is currently a Director of Law Enforcement Relations for ecoATM located in San Diego, California. He has served as a member of the FBINAA Charitable Foundation since 2014 serving as Chairman.
The FPCA’s Pillars of Success Award
The FPCA’s Pillars of Success Award recognizes men and women who previously served as law enforcement officers and who now serve in private sector security-related positions. The award recipient, Chief Doug Muldoon, served 38 years with the Palm Bay Police Department, retiring in January 2015. Three days later he started as the Director of Law Enforcement Relations with ecoATM, a company dedicated to forging partnerships with law enforcement agencies.
In May of 2017 Doug was honored by the Florida Chapter of the FBI National Academy Associates by having the newly created “Member of the Year” award named after him. A quote from President Tim Cannon “Doug’s national and international achievements, along with representation of the FBI National Academy Associates, is held in the highest regard in the Florida Chapter.”
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Partnering With Law Enforcement
ecoATM kiosks provide a safe, secure and innovative way for consumers to recycle their used or broken mobile devices. Our commitment to and collaboration with law enforcement is unparalleled across the buyback industry and a partnership we’re very proud of. We have invested a significant amount of effort and resources, while listening to our law enforcement partners, to implement several layers of technology and processes to reduce the likelihood that an ecoATM® kiosk will buy a stolen device. In communities all across the country, ecoATM is helping law enforcement identify and capture cell phone thieves and reunite victims of cell phone theft with their stolen property.
Security Features and Processes
3 HIGH RESOLUTION CAMERAS
A remote attendant verifies and approves every transaction through the cameras in real-time. The cameras also capture multiple images of sellers.
NIST* COMPLIANT BIO-METRIC DEVICE
Where required by law, we equip our kiosks with NIST compliant bio metric devices to capture a valid thumbprint. The thumbprint is included on each transaction report we provide to law enforcement.
DEVICE SECURITY CHECK
The serial numbers of valuable devices are collected and verified through the service CheckMEND** to confirm a device hasn’t been reported lost or stolen in that database.
STATE OF THE ART ID VALIDATOR
A valid government issued ID is required for every transaction. Photos of the actual ID are captured and added to every transaction report.
The list is tailored to law enforcement needs and can include customer bans and flags of customers and/or devices.
*The National Institute of Standards and Technology, or NIST, is a non-regulatory federal agency that is responsible for developing information security standards and guidelines, including minimum requirements for federal information systems.
**CheckMEND is the US’s largest source of mobile device history, compiling data from the FBI, insurers, carriers, and retailers as close to real-time as possible. Learn more at CheckMEND.com.
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