Roman Kaluta is the Director of Business Development for JPS. During his twenty-year tenure, Roman has been primarily focused on working with emergency response agencies who use a variety of communications technologies to provide the best interoperability solution and training to meet their specific needs. From sales to training – in the United States and beyond –Roman coordinates numerous proposals, designs, and implementations of local, regional, and statewide interoperability systems. With particular focus on policies and procedures, and technology implementation, Roman provides public safety practitioner guidance and assistance to the many agencies tasked with responding to everything from day-to-day operation to natural disasters to special events. In addition to public safety, Roman leads overall business development and customer relations strategies and initiatives for JPS. An integral part of the JPS team, Roman strives to provide reliable, cost-effective solutions with unparalleled customer
Prior to joining JPS, Roman served on the Alexandria Virginia Police Department for twenty-five years.Throughout his law enforcement career, Lt. Kaluta (ret.) played an integral role on numerous projects and initiatives focused on the application of technology in the public safety arena. Among his many accomplishments, Lt. Kaluta (ret.) was instrumental in the development of the police department’s incident command system. He has received specialized training in weapons instruction, police tactical
operations, electronic surveillance, multi-jurisdictional drug task force operations, IT systems, and communications equipment and infrastructure. These, and his appointment as the Project Manager for communications interoperability for the National Institute of Justice’s (NIJ) Operational Test Bed in Alexandria, Virginia, demonstrate Lt. Kaluta (ret.) absolute ability to understand and work within the complexities of any operational environment.
Roman is a graduate of the FBI National Academy (188th Session) and the DEA Drug Commander’s Academy. He is a member in good standing.