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Kyle Comer

Chief Grant Officer

Kyle Comer has been a Law Enforcement Instructor and Consultant with Full Circle Training Solutions since 2021, recently adding the additional responsibilities as the company’s Grant Administrator and Project Manager. Previously, Mr. Comer was the State of Missouri’s UCR Program Manager (SRS, NIBRS) and Criminal Justice Audit Unit Program Manager (UCR, NCIC, N-DEx, IT Security, SOR, CCW, Rap Back, etc.) from 2010-2021. From 2006-2010, Mr. Comer served the Missouri State Highway Patrol as a UCR/NIBRS Trainer and Criminal Justice Agency auditor.

Mr. Comer currently sits on the IJIS Institute’s CJIS Advisory Committee and Justice & Public Safety Advanced Analytics Committee, as well as previously served on the IJIS RMS National Standards Task Force and several of the FBI’s National NIBRS Transition “Beyond 2021” Committees.  In 2022, he was personally invited to the White House to take part in the Criminal Justice Statistics Summit organized by the Executive Office of the President’s Office of Science & Technology Policy (OSTP).

Mr. Comer is the past National President and Vice President of the Association of State Uniform Crime Reporting Programs (ASUCRP), spent 3 years as the NIBRS & National Crime Statistics Exchange (NCS-X) Liaison to the FBI, and served 3 years as a voting member of the CJIS Advisory Policy Board’s (APB) UCR Subcommittee. Mr. Comer assisted on Missouri’s ShowMeStrong COVID-19 Task Force and was a contributor on the Missouri Justice Reinvestment Initiative (JRI) Project in partnership with the Council of State Governments.

Additionally, Mr. Comer was a contributing author on the 2021 Standard Functional Specifications for Law Enforcement Records Management Systems, Version III and co-authored 2 editions of the Missouri Incident-Based Reporting System (MIBRS) Technical Specifications Manual. Over many years, Mr. Comer also worked with the Missouri General Assembly to facilitate five (5) pieces of crime data-related legislation into law, including a 2016 statewide mandate for all law enforcement agencies to report domestic violence incident data to the MoUCR Program Office.

Mr. Comer is a 2014 graduate of the IACP Leadership in Police Organizations (LPO) School and holds a Specialist Instructor License from the Missouri Department of Public Safety’s Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Program. Mr. Comer also holds a Juris Doctorate in law from Cleveland State University, a Master’s Degree in Public Affairs with Public Policy & Administration certification from the University of Missouri-Columbia, and Bachelor’s Degrees in both Criminal Justice Studies and Psychology from the University of Dayton. Mr. Comer resides in St. Louis, Missouri with his wife, two children, and a very feisty Boston Terrier.