DENVER, CO--(Marketwired - Jun 26, 2013) - Subsentio, a Trusted Third Party service bureau for Lawfully Authorized Electronic Surveillance (LAES), today named Curtis R. Collins as its newest Law Enforcement Liaison Officer.
"Curtis Collins provides important depth to Subsentio's existing law enforcement liaison function at a time of heightened awareness within the communications industry of the need for proven technical solutions backed by hands-on law enforcement and legal expertise," said Steve Bock, Subsentio president.
"As Subsentio continues to experience rising demand for our lawful intercept solutions, Curtis Collins' strong working knowledge of the compliance requirements surrounding surveillance law will prove a vital asset for our company, our customers, and the skilled men and women whose job it is to apprehend criminals and terrorists," Bock added.
"I am proud to join a company whose mission so closely aligns with my professional objective of leveraging lawful intercept to safeguard the welfare of our citizens and protect U.S. national security," said Collins. "Subsentio is one of the very few enterprises of whom it can be said without reservation, 'the greater public good is their business.'"
In a career spanning 26 years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Collins has earned meritorious recognition as a manager of electronic surveillance, tracking and computer networking programs used to combat racketeering, terrorism and foreign intelligence operations.
Among his numerous accomplishments, Collins supervised investigations and managed the database documenting international terrorism investigations after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, leading to the capture and sentencing of a prominent terrorist. As Supervisor Senior Resident Agent for the FBI's Cincinnati office, he was recognized for management of surveillance programs in the "I-270 shooter" case. He received commendation from the Columbus, Ohio Division of Police for his role during the investigation of a bank robbery and shooting resulting in the death of a police officer.
Subsentio, Inc. www.subsentio.com is trusted by communications service providers and law enforcement agencies to perform court ordered lawful electronic surveillance. Based in Centennial, CO, the company has national, regional and rural service provider clients.