Carmel-based Veracity IIR has named Tracy Brown (pictured) and Rich Davies to lead its new West Lafayette location. Brown served two terms as Tippecanoe County Sheriff. Davies previously served as an FBI special agent.

Brown is also currently serving his second term as a Tippecanoe County Commissioner. He has 32 years in law enforcement, including patrol, investigations and jails divisions. Brown has also served as a crisis and hostage negotiator and participated on the Underwater Rescue and Recovery and SWAT Teams. He completed his law enforcement training at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy in Plainfield and the F.B.I. National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.

Davies spent 22 years with the FBI, contributing to several specialized areas. He started and led the Greater Racine Gang Task Force and was the team leader for the Indianapolis Special Operations Group. Davies also served as a SWAT Team Member and a Firearms and Tactical Instructor with the FBI.

Prior to working for the FBI, Davies spent time in the military and in the private sector. He spent six years as a Law Enforcement Specialist in the Indiana Air National Guard and he also put his degree in mechanical engineering to work as a Project Engineer for CP Environmental in Illinois. He spent seven years at U.S. Steel as a manager in Steel Production and as a mechanical analyst.

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