Kyle Naish

Kyle Naish

Kyle Naish serves as Advisory Board Chairman for the National Child Protection Task Force.

Kyle is a certified police officer with the Springdale Police Department since 2007, with the last four years in the Criminal Investigation Division.Kyle Naish has attended over 2400 hours of training including Mobile Device Foundations Course, ZetX Criminal Investigations Using Cellular Technologies, ZetX Criminal Investigations Using Cellular Technologies SME Certification, NCFI Digital Currency Course, and other courses related to using OSINT, Geofence Records, Social Media Investigations, Cryptocurrency, and Courtroom Testimony.

Kyle has assisted with the recovery of missing and exploited children as well as identified sexual predators leading to their apprehension in multiple states. Kyle has used mobile devices in the successful arrest, courtroom testimony, and convictions in state and federal courts. Kyle has presented at the 2019 Crimes Against Children Conference and is scheduled to present at the National Cyber Crimes Conference and Crimes Against Child Conference in 2020. Kyle leads instruction at the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy (ALETA) in Springdale Arkansas as it relates to Sexual Assault Investigations, Child Abuse Recognition, and Juvenile Sexual Assault Investigations.

Kyle received the Springdale City Attorney Justice Award in 2019 and the Officer Craig Chastain Award – Office of the Year in 2020, both awards were in recognition of Kyle's work involving business records as it relates to analyzing call detail records and geolocation data, social media investigations, legal requests and working with local prosecutor's offices. 

January, 2020: 40/29: Springdale Police Officer of the Year works to return missing children worldwide


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