LEO Technologies leverages our partnerships with technology companies to create better products for our clients. Our partnerships with law enforcement and corrections associations develop our networks and expertise in the public safety sector.
Amazon Web Services
LEO Technologies is proud to be a Global Partner of Amazon Web Services (AWS). Through our partnership, our solutions offer near-real time speed and scalability, no matter the size of client agencies and facilities.
LEO Technologies is proud to partner with Cogility Software. Cogility’s unique technical capabilities, combined with our deep understanding of the public safety sector, are a driving force behind our successful products.
Law Enforcement and Corrections Partners
National Sheriffs' Association
The National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA) has been a partner since 2017. LEO Technologies hosted the NSA's technology expo with personnel from around the country, discussing necessary resources, technology and applications options for new information aggregation, and other intelligent policing strategies and processes.
Association of State Correctional Administrators
LEO Technologies supports the Association of State Correctional Administrators (ASCA) as a Gold sponsor. We firmly support their mission of excellence in corrections through exceptional leadership, promoting the corrections profession, and policies and processes that improve public safety.
Major County Sheriffs
LEO Technologies is a sponsor of the Major County Sheriffs of America, a professional law enforcement association of the largest elected sheriffs’ offices, representing counties or parishes with a population of 500,000 or more. The organization is dedicated to preserving the highest integrity in law enforcement and the elected Office of the Sheriff.
California Gang Task Force
LEO Technologies is the sole corporate sponsor for the California Gang Task Force (CGTF). LEO Technologies and CGTF first teamed up for corporate sponsorship at the 10th Annual National Training Symposium in November 2017.