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Maggie Goodrich, Police Administrator III

Maggie Goodrich

Police Administrator III
Information Technology Bureau

Maggie Goodrich currently serves as the Chief Information Officer of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).  Prior to being appointed CIO, Ms. Goodrich was responsible for the development and implementation of all LAPD risk management systems, including the officer early intervention system, mandated by a Federal Consent Decree between the City of Los Angeles and the U.S. Department of Justice.

Prior to joining the LAPD, Ms. Goodrich served as a Policy Director for Homeland Security and Public Safety for Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa in the City of Los Angeles.  In the Mayor’s Office, Ms. Goodrich directed the implementation of policy initiatives and advised the Deputy Mayor of Homeland Security and Public Safety with respect to public policy as it pertains to public safety.   

Prior to joining Mayor Villaraigosa’s administration, Ms. Goodrich was a litigation associate in the Los Angeles office of the law firm Howrey LLP.  There, she focused on complex business litigation and white collar criminal defense.  Ms Goodrich also represented clients in internal corporate, civil and criminal investigations and actions. 

Prior to entering the legal field, Ms. Goodrich served as an Information Technology Project Manager in both the software development and eCommerce arenas, during which she managed all phases of the implementation of a proprietary eCommerce solution. 

Ms. Goodrich was born and raised in Orange County, California.  She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Music from Chapman University, graduating Magna Cum Laude.  Ms. Goodrich received her J.D. from UC Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco.