IACA Executive Board

The International Association of Crime Analysts was formed in 1990 to help crime analysts around the world improve their skills and make valuable contacts, to help law enforcement agencies make the best use of crime analysis, and to advocate for standards of performance and technique within the profession itself. We accomplish these goals through training, networking, and publications.


Jim Mallard began his law enforcement career at the Gainesville, Florida Police Department in 2002, first as an intern in the Information Technology Unit and later as a Tactical Crime Analyst. In 2006, Jim received his certification as a Law Enforcement Analyst through the State of Florida. In 2007, Jim became the Crime Analysis Supervisor at the Arlington Texas Police Department where he managed a team of seven analysts. In 2012, Jim returned to Florida to begin a crime analysis program at the Winter Park Police Department.

IACA PresidentJim received his Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from the University of Florida and his Master’s in Criminology from the University of Texas at Arlington.

Jim has been a member of the IACA since 2003. He has served as the Technology Director since 2004 and was also a curriculum developer and instructor for the IACA and the National Institute of Justice. In 2008, Jim was the recipient of the Innovations in Crime Analysis award for his work automating CompStat. Most recently, he was awarded the Distinguished Service Award and Outstanding Unit Citation in 2014. Jim has presented on various Crime Analysis topics in Central America, South America, Europe and Asia.

In his spare time, Jim is an avid photographer. He also has a Hungarian Vizsla named Maya, who he loves to photograph!

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Vice-President of Administration

IACA VPMAnnie Mitchell is a member of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) and is currently a Supervising Crime Analyst. She has been a crime analyst for 30 of her 42 years of service with her department, also holding the title of Sheriff’s Dispatcher during her tenure. Annie is the crime analysis training coordinator for the Sheriff’s Analysis Unit, providing foundational training for new hires and continued professional development for the 70 analysts employed within the Criminal Intelligence Bureau. She is a California Peace Officer’s Standards and Training (POST) advanced instructor, providing crime analysis training for investigators and analysts throughout the state. Annie developed the 40 hour curriculum and teaches in the first POST certified Crime Analysis training offered in California.

Annie is currently the Southern California Crime and Intelligence Analysts (SCCIAA) president and longstanding member of the IACA.

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Vice-President of Membership

Christopher W. Bruce was elected Vice President of Membership in 2015 after previously serving as President (2007-2012) and Vice President of Administration (2000-2006). He was a crime analyst for 17 years in Massachusetts, first for the Cambridge Police Department (1994-2001) and then for the Danvers Police Department (2001-2011). He was also President of the Massachusetts Association of Crime Analysts from 2000 to 2004.

IACA VPMFor the last 5 years, Christopher has served a variety of government and non-profit programs meant to develop crime analysis in police agencies across the United States. He is the contracted Analytical Director for the Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) program of the U.S. Departments of Transportation and Justice. He serves as a subject matter expert for the BJA Smart Policing Initiative, the BJA National Training and Technical Assistance Center, and the OJP Diagnostic Center. He is also a project manager on a BJA grant to provide training in crime analysis to police executives.

Christopher serves on the adjunct faculty of Tiffin University and Western Oregon University and frequently teaches classes through the IACA. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, classic films, and jazz.

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Adrienne Galbrecht started her career in law enforcement as an officer before discovering the field of crime analysis. Her first experience with analytical work was as a volunteer with the Shawnee (KS) Police Department after which she worked for the Independence (MO) Police Department. Adrienne is currently in her 5th year with the Lenexa (KS) Police Department and could not be happier! She is active in her regional association, the Mid America Regional Crime Analysis NetworkIACA Secretary (MARCAN), with past terms as the Vice President of Administration and Secretary. Adrienne also served on the IACA’s Technology Committee first as the List Administrator and more recently as the Technology Director.

Adrienne received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Criminology from Miami University of Ohio and her Master’s degree in Psychology from the University of Saint Mary. In 2016, she achieved the IACA’s certified law enforcement analyst (CLEA) status!

In her spare time, Adrienne loves fishing, hiking, and spending time with her family.

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Eric Drifmeyer has been a police officer with the Barnstable Police Department since 1994 and has been assigned to the Research and Analysis Unit since 2009. Prior to becoming a police officer he served in the United States Army where he specialized as a military policeman IACA Treasurerand completed tours in Germany, Ft. Huachuca AZ, and Southwest Asia.

During his time with the Barnstable Police Department, Officer Drifmeyer has been a member of the Cape Cod Regional S.W.A.T. team, a member of the Barnstable Police Mountain Bike Team and spent time as a Field Training Officer. Officer Drifmeyer has received several awards to include Massachusetts State Senate Citations for efforts to combat Drunk Driving, Meritorious Service Awards, and a Barnstable Police Life Saving Award.

Eric obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from Western New England University and has been a member of the Massachusetts Association of Crime Analysts since 2009 where he served as Treasurer and Vice President of Administration.

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The Executive Board is governed by the IACA Bylaws. Any member is eligible to run for a board position, each of which is elected for a period of three years. No board member can serve more than two consecutive terms.

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