The Rodgers Group
Lexipol purchases The Rodgers Group, a public safety accreditation consulting firm. In October, leading private equity firm GTCR acquires Lexipol. Lexipol’s 300+ employees provide public safety solutions to more than 8,000 agencies and municipalities in 50 states and Canada.
The Rodgers Group
Lexipol acquires Cordico, creator of customized, confidential, mobile wellness solutions for high-risk professions.  The company launches free, award-winning resources to first responders dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
Praetorian Digital
Lexipol acquires Praetorian Digital, adding online learning and grant services to its family of solutions, as well as the industry news sites Police1, FireRescue1, EMS1, Corrections1 and Gov1.
Policy Solutions
Probation and Juvenile Detention policy solutions are added to the Lexipol lineup, which now includes offerings in 35 states with more than 3,100 customers.
Company Headquarters
New company headquarters office opens in Frisco, Texas. Lexipol’s 120 employees now serve more than 2,800 public safety agencies in 28 states.
The Riverside Company
Lexipol is acquired by The Riverside Company, a global private equity firm. With 61 employees, Lexipol provides policy solutions in 15 states.
First Fire & Rescue Policy
The first Lexipol Fire & Rescue policy solution is created. The company is featured on Deloitte’s “Technology Fast 500” list.
First Corrections Policy
The first Lexipol Corrections policy solution is created for California, with three more states to follow in the coming year. Law enforcement policy solutions expand to 12 states.
Corporate Headquarters
Lexipol moves into corporate headquarters in Southern California. Gordon Graham’s “Today’s Tip” video series launches. Lexipol has 15 employees.
Lexipol is founded as a partnership between Bruce Praet and Gordon Graham. Daily Training Bulletins are added to the Lexipol policy solution.
An Idea
Recognizing the need for customized policy manuals for law enforcement, Bruce Praet and Geoff Spalding develop the original Law Enforcement manual, using the Fullerton (CA) Police Department as a model. Within a year, 10 agencies are customers.
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