Compact Council Members

On October 9, 1998, President Clinton signed into law the National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact (Compact) Act of 1998, establishing an infrastructure by which states can exchange criminal records for noncriminal justice purposes according to the laws of the requesting state and provide reciprocity among the states to share records without charging each other for the information.

State Compact Officers

Council Chair
Leslie Moore, Kansas Bureau of Investigation

Council Vice Chair
Jason Bright, Montana Department of Justice

Other State Compact Officers

  • Charles “Monty” Coats, Jr., South Carolina Law Enforcement Division
  • Julie A. Lackner, Minnesota Department of Public Safety
  • Leila McNeill, Idaho State Police
  • Matthew R. Ruel, Maine State Police
  • Dane Silcox, Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection
  • Melanie A. Veilleux, Arizona Department of Public Safety
  • Lisa Voss - Delaware State Police

At-Large Representatives

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Michael A. Christman, Federal Bureau of Investigation

FBI Advisory Policy Board
Jennifer L. Reich, California Department of Justice

Federal Criminal Justice Agency
H. Ray Shuler, United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Federal Noncriminal Justice Agency
Brian J. Broderick, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services

State/Local Criminal Justice Agency
Capt. James V. Rosanova, Illinois State Police

State/Local Noncriminal Justice Agency
Denise Matthews, Georgia Department of Human Services

As of 12/13/2022