Mark Pfoff is owner of Rocky Mountain Computer Forensics which provides consulting for civil and criminal cases throughout the United States. He has worked on projects from New York to Alaska. RMCF uses specialized software to examine computers, cell phones and cell phone records.
Mark is a court qualified expert in computer forensics, cell phone forensics, and cell phone technology. He is also an expert in police procedures and investigations; to include interviewing and interrogation techniques, proper digital evidence collection, and methods to obtain best digital evidence.
RMCF's mission statement:
"Conduct forensic analysis of digital evidence and cell phone records using best practices, produce detailed reports of our findings, and provide expert courtroom testimony"
To get more information visit RMcomputerforensics.com
Mark has a herd of Black and Red Angus cattle in Eastern Colorado. His cattle graze in open pastures during the summer and are fed a combination of hay and grain during the winter. His herd expands every spring with the addition of calves. Mark's herd has grown to over 50 with more calves on the way.
Mark was the longest serving school board member for Lewis-Palmer School District 38 since term limits were enacted. He was elected three times serving 12 years. He served twice as President and held every position during his tenure. Lewis-Palmer is a high-achieving school district with one of the highest on-time graduation rates in the state of Colorado.
During his tenure the school district maintained a balanced budget, increased reserves, and was ranked as one of the top ten school districts in Colorado.
He completed his fourth and final term in December of 2019.