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SEARCH Welcomes New Members from California, South Dakota, West Virginia


SEARCH is pleased to welcome three new gubernatorial appointees to our Membership Group, representing the states of California, South Dakota, and West Virginia.

Warren Stanley, Commissioner of the California Highway Patrol, was appointed March 23, 2018, by California Governor Jerry Brown. Commissioner Stanley leads one of the largest law enforcement agencies in the nation, with more than 10,000 employees and 100 offices. The agency patrols more than 1 million miles of road, protects citizens and visitors against terrorism and computer theft, and provides emergency response.

Amy Mancuso, Director of the South Dakota Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (SD LETS), Department of Public Safety, was appointed April 10, 2018, by South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard. The SD LETS is the public safety communications network for law enforcement, courts, public safety agencies, and criminal justice professionals across South Dakota. The system also verifies the state’s warrants and sex offender, protection order, probation and parole files.

Lieutenant Colonel Vince Deeds, Chief of Staff Services for the West Virginia State Police, was appointed April 13, 2018 by West Virginia Governor Jim Justice. Responsibilities of the Staff Services division include information support services, criminal records, forensic laboratory, and planning and research.

The SEARCH Membership Group, which governs SEARCH, is comprised of one gubernatorial appointee from each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the territories, as well as eight at-large appointees selected by SEARCH’s Chair. This national body of state-level professionals is widely representative of the various disciplines within the justice system, and many are responsible for operational decisions and policymaking concerning the management of criminal justice information, particularly criminal history information. The Membership Group fosters cooperation and communication among justice system professionals in identifying and implementing solutions to common problems.
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