Emily Eng is a human machine engineer in Maryland after receiving her Bachelor's in mechanical engineering from Lafayette College. She is currently getting her Master’s in user-centered design from Brandeis University. Emily has been a part of CopLine since 2017 and is a huge supporter of officer wellness. Through personal experiences growing up, she has unique insight into the multiple psychosocial stressors officers experience on and off the job and the impact they have on both officers and their families. Emily has interned with the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington D.C. and the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office in NJ where she had the opportunity to interact with multiple units as well as various community outreach programs that law enforcement is involved in.
Chris White is a seasoned public service veteran who embarked on a career in law enforcement over 25 years ago. His journey, like that of many officers, was paved with countless hours of on and off-duty jobs, all part of an effort to supplement his income. Through his experiences, Chris discovered more effective ways to manage these tasks, leading to his decision to found Innovative Surveillance Solutions, Inc. (ISS) in 2006, a company designed to manage off-duty job requests for businesses.
In 2010, after four years of juggling his responsibilities at ISS with his law enforcement duties, Chris retired from public service to commit fully to his burgeoning business and support his fellow law enforcement professionals. His innovative spirit led him to co-found RollKall Technologies in 2013, a company that modernized the cumbersome process of job searching, scheduling, and payment in the law enforcement industry.
Under Chris's guidance, ISS garnered recognition from INC Magazine as the 45th fastest-growing company in the US in 2014. Their annual INC 500/5000 awards commended the company's impressive growth of 5,605% over three years. This recognition continued into 2015 and 2016, a testament to the company's continuous evolution.
In 2016, ISS metamorphosed into the Athos Group, leading a strategic transformation through several key acquisitions. This transformation positioned the Athos Group as a top market maker and tech innovator in their industry, committed to connecting public servants with businesses in their communities.
Throughout his career, Chris has either founded, co-founded, or acquired over a dozen companies, all aimed at bringing convenience, transparency, and efficiency to interactions between the public and off-duty public safety professionals. He views his life's work as not just a business but a cause to support and improve the lives of law enforcement officers.
Today, the Athos Group, under Chris's leadership, and its affiliated "extra-duty" law enforcement companies are committed to serving officers, agencies, and the communities they represent. They strive to bring clarity, transparency, and accountability to the services and programs outlined by licensing agencies and requested by community members. In doing so, Chris and his teams are setting new standards for the off-duty and extra-duty law enforcement security industry, promoting values he believes will resonate with the dedicated public servants who pledge to protect their communities every day.