James Domres is a recognized expert in the areas of Computer Investigations and Computer Forensics, and was a leader and member of several State and Federal Task Forces, including the Joint Terrorism Task Force. His law enforcement career culminated as the Assistant Chief Investigator for the New York State Attorney General, and he is a highly decorated member of Law Enforcement, with his efforts being recognized in the United States Congressional Record.
James co-founded the Drug Interdiction Response Task Force, the Western New York Regional Computer Forensic Lab, founded and lead the New York Attorney General’s Computer Forensic Investigations Team, and developed GLADIS, a technological way of identifying drug cartels; his work netted hundreds of international arrests.
He has lectured federal, state and local investigators and prosecutors, the legal bar and members of industry, and in addition, serves as an active mentor/advisor with the SCORE program. He serves as TexPC Solutions's business advisor on strategy, client acquisition, and government contracting.