Law Enforcement/National Security, Esri
Mr. Delaney joined Esri in 2013 after a 13 year career as a Law Enforcement Analyst. At Esri, he helps to drive adoption of Esri technology by illustrating how the ArcGIS platform empowers key workflows within the Law Enforcement and National Security industries. His early career was spent as an intelligence analyst, working in the Special Investigations Section at the Rochester, NY Police Department. At RPD, he developed the department’s gang database, gang criteria, and conducted spatial and intelligence analysis of gang and violent crime problems. This work included a successful implementation of the gang violence reduction program “Ceasefire” with criminologists John Klofas, Ph.D., of RIT and David Kennedy of John Jay College. From 2006-2009, he ran the Crime Analysis Unit of the Rochester Police Department and was the managing analyst for the Monroe Crime Analysis Center in Monroe County, NY. Most recently, Chris was the Director of Business Intelligence for the Rochester Police Department, where he oversaw GIS, strategic analysis, business intelligence, data management, and technology integration efforts for the Department. In addition to being a Certified Law Enforcement Analyst by the International Association of Crime Analysts, Mr. Delaney holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice and an M.S. in Public Policy from Rochester Institute of Technology, where he is an Adjunct Lecturer in the Department of Criminal Justice.