Mark Pfoff is a retired Detective with 17 years experience in law enforcement. After a 22 year career as a computer engineer he went into law enforcement full time where he became a Detective with the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He specialized in computer crimes and computer forensics. He investigated many major crimes to include the Tom Clements homicide and the Black Forest fire.
Mark is currently a consultant with Rocky Mountain Computer Forensics where he provides consulting for both criminal and civil cases. He is a court qualified expert in computer and cell phone forensics, cellular technology, police procedures and investigations, and child exploitation.
He has been on the Lewis-Palmer school board for the past 11 years and served as President for two terms. He will end his final term in November of 2019.
Mark has a herd of (mostly) Black Angus cattle on a ranch in Eastern Colorado.