FINDER supports over 300 agencies, sharing over 500 million records.


To assist public safety entities by developing affordable, user-defined software systems, applications and training programs to facilitate collaboration between Law Enforcement personnel.

Our Team

James McClure

Managing Director

Agent Jim McClure, Master Deputy (Ret), Orange County (FL) Sheriff’s Office, is the Managing Director for FINDER.  He has been involved with the Consortium and FINDER since 2002 and oversees FINDER’s development team, training, and the federal and state grants that are awarded to FINDER through the Orange County Sheriff.  Agent McClure is a twenty-nine year law enforcement veteran having served twenty-five of those years with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.  His law enforcement assignments and experience included patrol, traffic enforcement and traffic homicide investigations, robbery and property investigations, and information management services.  He also was assigned to the Sheriff’s Intelligence Division and Fusion Center.  Agent McClure was a Certified Bomb Technician (EOD) assigned to local and regional hazardous device response teams.  Agent McClure additionally served as a staff instructor for the Department of State – Diplomatic Security Service – Explosive Incident Countermeasure team and has had several overseas engagements supporting the Global War on Terror.  He was a founding member of the FINDER development team and is the past Chairman of the Florida Law Enforcement Data Sharing Consortium.

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Christopher Crowell

Director of Operations

Christopher Crowell retired from the Tucson Police Department (Arizona) as a sergeant. Serving over twenty years, Chris held a variety of positions to include, patrol, SWAT, undercover, plain-clothes directed patrol, investigations and internal affairs. Chris was assigned to the Gun Crimes Unit, where he worked with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) to establish Tucson’s regional National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN) program. Chris is a graduate of the IACP Leadership in Police Organizations (LPO #15, AZ) course and holds a Bachelor of Arts from Arizona State University (ASU) and an Executive Certificate in Global Leadership from the Thunderbird School of Global Management (ASU).

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Kunal Motwani

Chief Technology Officer

Kunal Motwani has served in the FINDER Project since its 2002 inception when he was a software architect with the University of Central Florida (UCF). He currently assumes overall management responsibility for all aspects of the application development and its development staff. He ensures that his team follows best practices in process analysis, compliance, software design, development, and integration. Kunal has earned both a Master’s in Computer Science and MBA from the University of Central Florida. He collaborates with companies in the UCF business incubator and advises technology startups.

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Developed in partnership with the University of Central Florida and our singular focus on law enforcement data and information sharing, has led to our years of success designing and implementing the FINDER® and FINDERpawn systems.
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FINDER was founded by law enforcement officers, and we work exclusively for the public safety sector.

We understand the budget constraints of law enforcement agencies and the need to be frugal with public funds.

Our team LISTENS to our users and responds to their requests to improve the features and capabilities of our systems.

Information is power, and our products and services deliver that power.

Vetted Holdings

FINDER® Software Solutions is part of the Vetted Holdings portfolio, which is focused on delivering innovative technology solutions to law enforcement to increase officer and community safety.

Learn more about Vetted Holdings and our sister companies here.