Obtained bachelor degree in criminal justice from Shippensburg University in 1995 and began career as a juvenile probation officer for the Court of Common Pleas, 60th Judicial District in Pike County, Pennsylvania. In 2002 earned a Masters Degree in the administration in juvenile justice through the Juvenile Court Judges Commission (JCJC) weekend program at Shippensburg University and was honored by achieving the Anthony F. Ceddia award for outstanding scholarship and academic achievement.
In 2001, was appointed Federal Probation Officer for the United States Middle District Court, Pennsylvania. After 8 months, accepted a position as Criminal Justice Coordinator for the Court of Common Pleas, Pike County, Pennsylvania. Over the next five years worked with local law enforcement agencies (Juvenile Probation, Adult Probation, Domestic Relations, Court of Common Pleas, District Attorney's Office, Correctional Facility, Sherriff, State and Local Police and Public Defender's Office) and other elected officials (County Commissioners, Treasurer, Clerk of Courts/Prothonotary) through the Criminal Justice Advisory Board (CJAB) to write, coordinate and implement five (5) technology grants that served the criminal justice community. In addition to local representation, Brian acted as liaison for Pike County with State Agencies in particular the Pennsylvania Justice Network (JNET).
In 2007 accepted position with Computer Aid, Inc as Business Analyst. Using Intalio business process modeling software, designed application to electronically file criminal complaints. Shortly thereafter, became involved with developing the user interface and given the title of subject matter expert and product specialist.
On January 1, 2014, took BTM Software Solutions from a part-time endeavor established in 2009 to a full-time business and in 2014 partnered with James Beck in developing the Adult Probation (AP) Application.
James has 20 over years experience working with County Government, primarily the District Attorney Office and Adult Probation Departments across Pennsylvania.
James was a Computer Programmer for Digital Solutions Inc (DSI) and developed the Prosecutors Management System (PMS) which was used by over 50 District Attorney Offices in the state of Pennsylvania from 1998 through 2004. James was responsible for initial and ongoing development, maintenance and support of the application. James also developed the Real-Estate Sales Application, Personal Property and Bookkeeping application used in the Delaware County Sheriff’s Department. From 2004 through 2007, James was the Lead Developer on the Offender Management System (OMS). James was responsible for migrating the OMS application into a web based platform. In 2007, James purchased the Prosecutor’s Management System from DSI and created his own Company, Corrections Development Inc. (CDI). CDI was primarily tasked with Maintaining and Supporting the PMS application in over 50 DA counties. In 2014, CDI partnered with BTM to develop the Adult Probation (AP) Application. The AP Application is currently in use in 33 Adult Probation Departments in Pennsylvania.