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Lieutenant Jeff Keck

Lieutenant Jeff Keck is a 23-year veteran of the Fort Worth Police Department in Fort Worth, Texas. He has spent his career in a variety of assignments and developed the Fort Worth Intelligence Exchange (INTEX) Fusion Center from the ground up making it the eighth in the State of Texas and the 80th in the nation.

Jeff has worked diligently with multiple local, state and federal agencies, as well as private sector partners to ensure the development of relationships to increase the sharing of intelligence and information. Jeff has been a NIMS/ICS instructor for more than 12 years focusing on the importance of incident response and management, unity of command, unified command, span of control and more.

Jeff is currently serving as co-chair of the Fusion/Intel Working Group at the North Central Texas Council of Governments, the vice-chair of the Texas Fusion Center Policy Council and a member of the Major Cities Chief’s Association (MCCA) Intelligence Commander’s Committee. Connect with and follow Jeff on LinkedIn.

While the report covers many areas of improvement, one devastatingly important factor current LEOs should consider is the need to share intelligence and information