Christopher is new to the corporate world after spending over 20 years in public service through active duty in the United States Air Force and various law enforcement positions throughout the nation. While serving as a police officer, Christopher found the necessary time to complete his undergraduate studies at Macon State College and earned undergraduate degrees in psychology as well as communications and information technology. He later went on to complete his master’s in public safety leadership at Mercer University. Throughout his education and career, Christopher has always maintained his interest in various aspects of computer forensics and has worked in the field whenever the opportunity has afforded itself.
Christopher’s last law enforcement position was as a detective with the Johnstown Police Department in northern Colorado where he served as the department’s computer and cell phone expert and worked several cases involving child pornography, fraud, ID theft, forgery, as well as many others. He also served as the department’s Internet Crimes Against Children regional task force representative. Christopher is currently working on his thesis to complete the master’s program in multimedia forensics through UC Denver.
When not working, Christopher enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters. They enjoy spending time in the mountains, as well as traveling around the nation when the opportunity arises. He also enjoys various cycling events and is in training to go on the Unity Tour as a retired police officer.