News & Reviews
ecoATM supports the International Association of Chiefs of Police
We are proud to support the IACP/ecoATM Leadership in Crime Prevention Award. We encourage our law enforcement partners to visit this link to learn more and apply for the award. Simply download the nomination form, complete it, and e-mail it to email@example.com by May 15, 2020. All award winners will be recognized at the 2020 IACP Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA.
The 4 Directors of Law Enforcement Relations are all appointed to the following positions with IACP:
• Sr. Director Santiago - 2020 – 2021 Parliamentarian
• Director McCann - Crime Prevention Committee
• Director Muldoon - Transnational Crime Committee
• Director Smith - Police Investigative Operations Committee
ecoATM Directors Michael McCann & Douglas Muldoon appointed to Committee Roles with the International Association of Chief of Police
Michael McCann, Director of Law Enforcement Relations Accepts IACP Appointment
Michael McCann, Director of Law Enforcement Relations for ecoATM and the Retired Chief of Police for the River Vale Police Department in River Vale, New Jersey recently accepted an appointment to serve on the Crime Prevention Committee of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP). The IACP has 31,000 members from the United States and 165 foreign countries.
The association serves as the professional voice of law enforcement and addresses cutting edge issues confronting law enforcement through advocacy programs and research, as well as training and other professional services...
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What does law enforcement say about ecoATM
“A vehicle burglary committed by an unknown suspect resulted in multiple property items being stolen, including debit cards and an Apple iPhone. The suspect was identified through the license plates displayed on the vehicle he used to conduct unauthorized debit card transactions with the victim's stolen debit card. A search through LeadsOnline showed the suspect had pawned the victim's stolen phone within hours of the BMV occurring. The burglary occurred approximately half a mile from the ecoATM. Upon contacting the law enforcement assistance team member Kele Bigknife via email, I was promptly given a reply with instructions on how to recover the phone. Mr. Bigknife was very courteous and willing to assist with my investigation.”
Detective Bunster, Arlington Police Department, Arlington, TX 10/29/2020
We at ecoATM are always looking at ways to improve our collaboration with law enforcement and identify opportunities to enhance our processes and technology. Read what officers and news sources are saying about how we’ve made a difference while partnering with police, legislators, and technology leaders to improve cell phone safety and combat mobile device theft.