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Detective Tracy Perkins:


Currently serving as the Task Force Coordinator, Detective Perkins is a 21 year veteran of the Boone County Sheriff’s Department and has previously served as a School Resource Officer and DARE instructor.  Detective Perkins has an undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice and a Master degree in Criminal Justice Administration, writing her thesis on Internet Crimes Against Children with an emphasis on Internet Child Enticement.  Perkins has specialized training in a variety of computer and Internet related subjects including advanced training in the investigation of Internet crimes.


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Detective Andy Evans:


Detective Evans has served within the enforcement division of the Boone County Sheriff's Department since 2004 and has been a law enforcement officer since 2002. Evans' has specialized training in the investigation of Internet Crimes and is currently responsible for  both proactive and reactive investigations, with a focus on Internet crimes against children.


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Detective Cody Bounds:


Detective Bounds has served within the enforcement division of the Boone County Sheriff's Department since 2011 and has a background in computer technology. With specialized training in computer forensics and the investigation of Internet crimes, Bounds' primary responsibilities with the Task Force involve forensic examination of electronic evidence.


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Captain Scott Richardson:



Captain Scott Richardson has been with the University of Missouri Police Department since 1993 and has served as a Patrol Officer, Detective, Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Captain. He is currently the Captain for Support Services at the University of Missouri Police Department which includes: Records; Communications, Planning and Research, Jeanne Clery Act Reporting, Traffic Stop Report, Wetterling Act, Technology and Grants, serves as the department's Public Relations Officer, and administrative reports.

Captain Richardson has an undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice from Missouri Western State University as well as a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from Columbia College. He has attended numerous specialized police training courses including courses specializing in computer crimes and computer forensics. He is also a 2001 Graduate of Northwestern University Traffic Institutes School of Police Staff and Command as well as a 2005 graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.

Captain Richardson is a member of numerous professional organizations including the Mid-Missouri Major Case Squad, the Western Missouri Kansas Chapter of FBI National Academy Associates, International and Missouri Association of Chiefs of Police, International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, and the Missouri Division of the International Association for Identification.

Captain Richardson currently serves in a part time capacity for the Task Force as a computer forensics examiner.


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