Corona Solutions started as a software company in 1995, by Dale Harris – a law enforcement analyst, a member and first president of the IACA – and his son – Dan Harris, a software developer. They had a vision of providing efficient and effective staffing solutions to patrol departments. Research and study had been done on the subject, but applying it to reality was not an easy feat. There was a need to apply that research to tools that could assist both command staff and analysts in building efficient operations plans. The service and software born of that vision made data-based patrol operations management accessible and applicable.
Since its inception, Corona Solutions has not only eased the creation of patrol schedule and resource allocation plans, it has in turn seen the agencies’ service provided to their communities improve. We are proud to see our service help strengthen these relationships.
We continue to pursue the vision of Corona’s foundation by providing services that increase the confidence an agency has in their patrol operations. By presenting data-based workload information on a regular basis, providing insight and analysis on patrol time statistics, and proposing options for improving service to your community, Corona is humbled and excited to be working with the people whose main goal is to protect and serve.
For the past twenty years, Dan has applied his passion for computers to create new opportunities for law enforcement managers to save valuable time and work more efficiently. Dan maintains a sharp focus on Corona Solutions’ mission and has always enjoyed leading a team to deliver high-quality, innovative software and honest service to police professionals.
Kimberly Roark Loveland
Prior to joining the Corona Solutions team in 2008, Kimberly worked as a paralegal at one of the country’s most prestigious law firms. She also worked as an auxiliary officer supervisor with the Penn State University Police while earning her Bachelor’s degree in Crime, Law, and Justice. Kim’s natural tact for organization and process management, as well as her criminal justice background, make for a perfect fit with Corona Solutions. She is passionate about operations analysis and earned her Masters Degree in Leadership and Organizations. She truly enjoys working with each of our client agencies, assisting them in making the most of their resources.
Outside of Corona, Kim enjoys spending time in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, hiking, fishing, and exploring.
Sr. Business Development Manager
Brian is responsible for expanding Corona Solutions’ presence in the law enforcement agency community as Sr. Business Development Manager bringing more than 15 years of enterprise software sales and business development experience.
Prior to Corona Solutions, Brian was Corporate Sales Manager at AmberPoint covering their Federal Government business unit where he developed strategic partner relationships with Public Sector Systems Integrators including Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, and Northrop Grumman. Brian extended those relationships as the US Public Sector Account Development Manager for Layer 7 Technologies, expanding their Federal footprint with their SOA, Web and Cloud solutions. Brian has also been Business Development Manager for Sun Microsystems Software Tools Division where he helped establish an ecosystem of OEM partnerships with companies such as HP/Mercury and Software AG.
After working in law enforcement for over 22 years as a sworn officer and a civilian crime analyst, Dale saw the need for software to improve police operations management. Corona Solutions is the result of that vision. Dale is also a founding member and past president of the International Association of Crime Analysts, receiving their first Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009. His graduate studies in operations research provided much of the scientific underpinnings of Corona’s advanced software functions.
As former President of Corona Solutions, Dale continues to offer his expertise in workload analysis and scheduling.