Administrative Staff:

Suman Malempati earned the M.S. degree in computer science from SHSU. He has been with the project since 1998 and is responsible for module oversight; and design/operation of CRIMES-Law Enforcement.

Rafael Pulgar received the B.S. degree in computer engineering from the Universidad Rafael Urdaneta in Maracaibo, Venezuela. He has been with the project since 1996 and is responsible for module oversight; and design/operation of CRIMES-Community Supervision.

Senior Technical Staff:

Rory Glasgow joined the staff in 2011 after 14 years with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and Windham School District. He has over 20 years of experience as a developer, network administrator and database administrator. Rory's responsibilities include support and development of the Computer-Assisted Dispatch Module as well as related modules.

Technical Staff:

Wei Chen earned the M.S. degree in computer science from Georgia State University. Wei joined the project in 2013 after working for the Windham School District as a software developer. Wei's responsibilities include development of CRIMES modules.

Avinash Kumar joined the project in 2016 after completing the M.S. degree in computing and information science at SHSU. Avinash's responsibilities include development of modules in CRIMES-Community Supervision.

Zahid Ali Mohammed joined the project in 2016. He holds a Master's degree in Computer Science from Northwest Missouri State University and previously worked at the University of Alabama's Center for Advanced Public Safety. He is assigned to CRIMES-Community Supervision.

Christopher Muncy joined the project in 2011 after ten years of diverse experience in the private sector. His responsibilities include system configurations, network administration and regionalization of CRIMES' databases.

Forrest Red earned a bachelor's degree in computer science. His background includes development of acumen in several programming languages, including C++, C#, (.NET), Ada Python, and Android Development. He is assigned to the Safe Prison Information and Tracking System endeavor.

Gary Smith received his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University and serves on the faculty of the Computer Science Department at SHSU. He assists CRIMES' staff with database interfaces; and design and operation of the GPS module within CRIMES.