Kevin McClure is a Senior Consultant and Advisor with TacLogix, Inc. He has a prestigious 37-year law enforcement career, and provides valuable perspectives having served as the Chief of Police with the City of Montebello and multiple command positions with the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).
Kevin served as Chief of Police for seven years for the City of Montebello beginning in 2011, an agency of approximately 100 sworn and civilian employees. He also regularly served as the acting City Manager, City PIO, and as the acting Director of Parks and Recreation for 18 months.
In 1981, Kevin joined the LAPD, with a distinguished 30-year career that included assignments in patrol, detectives, gangs, narcotics, Metropolitan division, and Force Investigation Division. He spent seven years as the Commanding Officer of the Civil Rights Integrity Division, responsible for the implementation of the Federal Consent Decree, and was also the Commanding Officer of the elite Robbery-Homicide division.
Kevin was very active in state, county and local organizations, including the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and California Police Chiefs Association (CPCA). He held the position of Vice-President of the LA County Police Chiefs Association (LACPCA) for two years, chaired the LACPCA Political Action Committee for three years, served as President of San Gabriel Valley Police Chiefs Association (SGVPCA) for two years, and was a Board Member of the Peace Officers Association of LA County (POALAC) for four years.
Kevin currently serves as a consultant to public safety technology vendors, and provides consulting services to municipal law enforcement agencies throughout the U.S. in the areas of crime reduction, use of force, and consent decree implementation.
Kevin received his Bachelor’s Degree from California State University, Los Angeles. He is a graduate of the Senior Management Institute of Policing, the West Point Leadership program and the CREATE Executive Program in Counter-Terrorism at the USC Price School.