Industry Manager—Emergency Call Taking and Dispatch
Mike King is the Emergency Call Taking and Dispatch Industry Manager for Esri where he works to apply advances in geospatial technology and information sharing systems to issues faced by the public safety community. His specialty covers Emergency Call Taking (E911), Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD), and Records Management Systems (RMS).
- Before working for Esri, Mike spent a 28-year police career, retiring as Chief of Staff in the Utah Attorney General’s Office.
- He was trained by the FBI as a criminal profiler and served as the co-chair of the FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program National Board.
- Mike has consulted on hundreds of complex criminal cases around the world.
- Additionally, he has appeared in a leading role in the Emmy Award winning production of “The Assassination of King Tut” and for the Discovery Channel and A&E’s History’s Mysteries on the production of “The Curse of King Tut”.
- He has the following published works:
- Mike is a 6-time published author of:
- “Jane, A Woman’s Determination and the Wild West Frontier,” January 2010, IQ Design, Inc.
- “Predators, Who Are They and How Do We Stop Them,” June 2007, Prometheus Press, NY
- “Cold Case Methodology,” 2006, LawTech Publishing, CA
- “Profilers,” 2006 Prometheus Press, NY
- “Who Killed King Tut?,” 2005, Prometheus Press, NY
- “Analyzing Criminal Behavior,” 2001, IQ Publishing, UT
- Mike has a Master of Criminal Justice Degree with undergraduate degrees in criminal justice and communications.
- He is an adjunct professor at the university level including membership in the Harvard Medical School Program in Psychiatry and the Law.
- He is a Visiting Scholar for the School of Nursing at Boston College and has appeared on national and international news shows, talk shows and documentaries.
- He has instructed law enforcement in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Egypt and many European countries.