IACCI is a not-for-profit professional organization designed to facilitate education, training, networking, and information sharing among the law enforcement, forensic sciences, medical, legal, survivor and educational entities which are in any way involved in the investigation of criminal cases which have been identified as cold cases.
A native of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Ben Kimbro attended the University of Tulsa. He is a co-founder and has served as the Executive Vice-President of Tactical Electronics, a defense and law enforcement, training, manufacturing and consulting firm since 1999. Mr. Kimbro is a dedicated supporter of numerous law enforcement and defense professional organizations including the National Tactical Officer’s Association, Association of the United States Army and International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators. He has served on the Board of the IACCI since April 2010.
A nationally known veteran homicide detective, Mr. Huff is one of the founders of IACCI. Huff has nearly 37 years of law enforcement experience in which 31 of those years were investigating homicides. He is a sought after instructor for homicide and cold case courses, has received numerous awards for his investigative work and has testified before congress. Sgt. Mike Huff retired from the Tulsa Police Department in June, 2011, and is currently a principle in Huff Nance & Associates, LLC, a private investigation firm.
Mrs. Huff graduated with a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Accounting from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in 1990. She has been employed in the field of investigative accounting with the same federal agency for over 20 years and she is also a Certified Public Accountant.
A veteran homicide detective with over 37 years of law enforcement experience, Mr. Nance is one of the founders of IACCI. Now retired from Tulsa Police Department, he is widely respected in the field for his excellent investigative skills, and well-connected in the field of missing persons and DNA. Mr. Nance is currently a District Attorney investigator for Oklahoma District 27, a predominately rural area covering 4 counties, and he is responsible for cold cases, missing persons, and unidentified human remains cases. Mr. Nance is also a Team Adam Consultant/Project Alert Volunteer for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). He is a principle in Huff Nance & Associates LLC.
Doug Horn is the First Assistant United States Attorney and Criminal Chief in the United States Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Oklahoma. He has been a federal prosecutor for over 17 years. During his tenure with the Department of Justice he has served in the Eastern and Northern Districts of Oklahoma. Before becoming a federal prosecutor, Mr. Horn served as First Assistant District Attorney in the Tulsa County District Attorney's Office for the State of Oklahoma. Having tried over 100 jury trials in state and federal court, Mr. Horn has extensive homicide and complex litigation experience. Mr. Horn has an B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Virginia, a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Pittsburgh and a Juris Doctor from the University of Tulsa.
Jack Weakley retired from CCI Corporation in Tulsa, Oklahoma, after 33 years as the company’s director of risk management. During that period he was also the corporate legal council for 21 of those years. Weakley is currently a volunteer cold case analyst for the Tulsa Police Department Homicide Unit. Mr. Weakley has a Bachelor of Art degree from the University of Oklahoma and a Juris Doctor from the University of Tulsa. He has served on the Board of the IACCI since May of 2011.
- To provide education and training to the members of IACCI;
- To share information with members and the general public about cold cases;
- To provide communications among members through use of the Internet or other electronic means;
- To establish both public and secure methods of communications which will outline the most recent occurrences in the field of cold case study, research and investigations;
- To become the central repository for comprehensive information about offenders, new cold cases, as well as successful investigative techniques;
- To have representatives meet with local, state, federal and international leaders as we seek to remove barriers to the successful investigation and prosecution of cold cases; and
- To advocate for sincere and caring methods for survivors of victims of cold case homicides to communicate with professional men and women who understand and care about the issues faced by survivors.