Todd Foreman began his career in law enforcement in 1993 as a correction officer in a state prison in Virginia. In 1996, he moved to policing and started working for the Bedford Police Department. He worked through all the positions and ranks of the department and in 2014 he was appointed Chief of Police of the Bedford Police Department. He attended the FBI National Academy 237th Session in 2009 and attended the Senior Management Institute for Policing Session 79 through the Police Executive Research Forum in 2021. He holds a Master of Arts Degree from Liberty University. In 2022, Foreman retired from policing and accepted a position with ISRI as the Director of Law Enforcement Outreach.
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Catalytic Converter Theft - Legislation & Enforcement and the Effect on RecyclingMandalay Bay Ballroom K
The surge in catalytic converter theft as a result of rising precious metals prices has caused issues for the recycling industry as well as law enforcement. Join a panel of law enforcement experts for a discussion on how state and local legislation affect catalytic converter theft as well as the possible need for federal legislation.