ProfileMaggie Goodrich retired in March 2017 as Chief Information Officer for Public Safety for the City of Los Angeles, a role with responsibility for the Los Angeles Fire Department as well as the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). As CIO for the LAPD for 7 years, Ms. Goodrich was responsible for all LAPD technology, procurement, contracts and grant funding. She oversaw all aspects of technology, including strategic planning, budgeting, procurement and implementation. Most recently, Ms. Goodrich oversaw the implementation of body worn cameras, digital in-car video, mobile applications and all patrol in-vehicle technology. Prior to becoming CIO, she was a Commanding Officer responsible for the development and implementation of all LAPD Training Evaluation and Management Systems(TEAMS II), which included, among others, the early intervention, complaint management and use of force systems. In this role, she worked closely with the DOJ and court-appointed monitor to ensure the city’s compliance with a federal consent decree. Previously, Ms. Goodrich served in the Office of the Mayor as a Policy Director for Homeland Security and Public Safety, and held legal and technology positions in the public and private sector. Ms. Goodrich is an attorney with expertise in public safety grant funding (private, State and Federal), local government procurement, and IT contract negotiations. Ms. Goodrich recently served as a technology advisor for a review of the University of Cincinnati Police Department, as a consultant to the Chief of the Seattle Police Department on variety of IT topics, and as a Body Worn Video Subject Matter Expert for the Bureau of Justice Assistance. She currently serves as a consultant to the University of Chicago Crime Lab and on the Cleveland and Newark police department federal monitorships.