Diamond B Technology Solutions, LLC Welcomes Perry Rockvam as Director of Sales ?for LR-x® Technology
Diamond B Technology Solutions, LLC, the forefront leader in situational awareness and decision support for First Responders, HazMat Teams, and other public officials today announced and welcomed Perry Rockvam as Director of Sales. Rockvam will be responsible for sales team leadership, driving revenue, and general management responsibilities. His extensive history in law enforcement dating back to 1985 from which he retired October 31, 2015 will provide additional support in DBTS’s mission to protect first responders and communities at large.
Before joining the Cody Police Department in 1995, Perry worked as an officer with the Mesa Police Department in Mesa, AZ, where he worked as a patrol officer, a motorcycle officer and a bicycle officer. He also served as a full-time deputy sheriff with the Pennington County Sheriff’s Department, Rapid City, SD, and the Custer County Sheriff’s Department, Custer, SD. After joining the Cody Police Department in 1995 Perry served as a patrol officer, detective and the Assistant Chief. During his tenure as Chief, he established the Cody Police Department Bomb Squad, which serves the City of Cody and is also a part of the Wyoming Homeland Security Region #6 Response Team. The Bomb Squad provides protection and safety to the surrounding cities, towns and counties; to include the northern half of Yellowstone National Park. Perry also established the Cody Police Department Tactical Team, which will respond on pre-planned events and high-risk incidents. As a detective, Perry served as the lead investigator in the investigation of homicides, armed robberies, sexual assaults and aggravated assaults.
He was promoted as Chief of the Cody Police Department on May 31, 2004 and served as the incident commander for the 2006 Hell’s Angels World Run, 2012 child abduction, 2014 Hells Angels USA Run, and various tactical operations and high-profile investigations. In 2010, Perry implemented a new operational philosophy for the Cody Police Department. The impact of this change has improved the working relationships with other agencies and has had an impact on lowering crime and reducing the recidivism rates with juveniles and assists the department in identifying and helping vulnerable adults. This philosophy is still in use by the department today.
Perry has also been involved in several areas outside police operations. He served as a board member for Crisis Intervention, Park County Drug Court and Yellowstone Behavioral Health. He also worked with other community leaders in establishing the Heart Mountain Volunteer Medical Clinic in Cody, which is a free medical clinic for those who either do not have medical insurance or are under-insured in Cody.
Perry was honorably discharged from the United States Marines as a Sergeant in 1983. We would like to thank Perry for his service in the Armed Forces and as a First Responder and look forward to his addition to our team.
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