Patrick Clancy, Vice President of LoJack Law Enforcement
As the Vice President of the LoJack’s Law Enforcement Division, a position he has held since 2003, Patrick Clancy oversees 32 Law Enforcement Liaisons, all former police officers. Mr. Clancy was LoJack’s first Law Enforcement Liaison, having been a 16 year veteran of the Medfield, MA Police Department as a sergeant, as well as a Military Police Officer and Provost Marshal Investigator of the U.S Army. In addition to managing LoJack’s Law Enforcement Division, Mr. Clancy oversees the establishment of new markets as well as the training of police officers in the use of LoJack technology. Mr. Clancy has been a member and presenter with the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (IAATI) since 1986 and holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University.
DJ Thompson, Senior Director of LoJack Law Enforcement, Eastern States
DJ Thompson joined LoJack as a Law Enforcement Liaison in 2002 after retiring from the Connecticut State Police where he served in the Motorcycle Unit, Narcotics K-9 Unit and as a sniper for the SWAT Unit. Mr. Thompson was also a detective in the Auto Theft Division for the last eight years of his career as a state trooper, specializing in motorcycle theft, commercial theft, fraud and electronic surveillance. Now, as a Senior Director, he continues to interact with law enforcement representatives and manages Law Enforcement Liaisons for LoJack, ensuring that all police agencies associated with the technology are properly trained and supported. Mr. Thompson is a past president of the North East chapter of International Association of Auto Theft Investigators and continues his involvement as a board member. Prior to his tenure with the Connecticut State Police, Mr. Thompson served in the Law Enforcement Division of the United States Air Force.
Jerry Cole, Senior Director of LoJack Law Enforcement, Western States
As the Sr. Director for the Law Enforcement Division, Jerry Cole oversees LoJack’s Law Enforcement Liaisons in training and support for police agencies. Mr. Cole joined LoJack in 2001 as the Law Enforcement Liaison for Colorado, after serving for 31 years with the Lakewood, CO Police Department, retiring as a Detective Sergeant. A member and past president of the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators and the Colorado Auto Theft Investigators Association, Mr. Cole was appointed by the Governor to the Board of Directors for the Colorado Auto Theft Prevention Authority in 2003. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Police Science and Administration from the California State College at Los Angeles.