With a 19-year career in law enforcement, Jarrett Gorlin has built technology-based solutions to improve how the public interacts with courts and probation offices.
“When you spend that much time in law enforcement, you see and learn how things can be done better. Government sometimes isn’t the most innovative of organizations in the world. It does take those technology-spirited people to bring things to the forefront.”
His first entrepreneurial venture was with Judicial Correction Services, which privatized misdemeanor probation services through an online probation Case Management System. He ultimately grew the company to be in 270 cities in Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi with over 600 employees.
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