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Stephen Cercone

Global Director, Justice & Public Safety Solutions
Oracle (Confirmed)

Stephen Cercone (Steve) is based in California and serves as Global Director of Justice & Public Safety Solutions for Oracle.  Before joining Oracle, Steve was with Accenture, where he was a Senior Manager for the Public Safety sales business for North America.  Prior to Accenture he operated the consulting firm of Police Chief Consultants LLC, for business development and as subject matter expert for police technology companies. Serving almost 30 years in American law enforcement, Steve finished his police career as the chief of police for the City of Seaside in Monterey County, California.  His policing experience also included work as an investigations division commander, undercover detective, SWAT team leader and uniformed patrol officer.  Prior to Seaside PD, Steve served with the City of Bellevue Police Department in Washington State and started his career with the City of San Mateo Police Department in California. Steve is on the advisory board of the International Institute of Criminal Justice Leadership at the University of San Francisco and he also serves on the corporate council of the Citizens Crime Commission of New York City. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia and obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Behavior from the University of San Francisco. Steve’s career mission is to make the world a safer place through the implementation of advanced public safety solutions.

Crime has decreased throughout the Western World and the advancement of technology is one of the primary reasons.

Learning Points

  • Mobile communication has changed the game for suspect apprehension
  • Digital evidence is everywhere and police agencies are trying to keep pace
  • Citizens are now active participants in crime-solving by collecting digital evidence
  • Securing the conduit of data via Blockchain will assure evidence chain-of-custody
  • Efficiencies in back-office police support systems act as a “force-multiplier”
  • The cloud is the future of policing, but there is an on-prem cloud service option

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