Local Executive Board
The Local Executive Board (LEB) governs each RCFL and operates in a manner similar to that of a board of directors. The LEB is comprised of representatives from the Participating Agencies, and their role is to oversee the operations of its RCFL. In this capacity, the LEB does not hold any legal authority; rather its mission is to review any policy, procedure, practice and/or rule affecting the day-to-day activities of the RCFL.
Quotes from the Law Enforcement Community:
- “As the Chief of Police for one of the United States largest cities, I fully understand the growing need for digital forensic expertise and the services offered by the Greater Houston Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory. As such, I am proud to have my department participate, and see it not only as a valuable partnership for the Houston Police Department, but for all of law enforcement in the region.”
Harold L. Hurtt
Houston Police Department
- “As we move into the 21st Century and with the growth of computers in our lives, the Regional Computer Forensics Lab provides a much-needed tool for law enforcement officials. Already the Lab has proven its worth with intervention and arrest of individuals for such heinous crimes as luring children from their homes and the arrest of sexual predators.
Precinct 5 is proud to be associated with this joint effort and it proves what can happen when agencies work together for the common good.”
Constable Glen Cheek
Harris County Precinct 5
- “As a law enforcement officer and community leader, I am excited about the dramatic improvements in computer forensics available through the creation of the Greater Houston Regional Computer Forensics Lab. The increase in technology and Internet crimes demand we provide better analysis services and this consortium creates an ideal environment for sharing this expertise.”
Constable Ron Hickman
Harris County Precinct 4
Vice Chairman, Greater Houston Regional Computer Forensics Lab