Icon (Close Menu)


Brad Cazort to Lead Arkansas Crime Information Center

1 min read

Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Monday named Brad Cazort of Little Rock as the new director of the Arkansas Crime Information Center. 

The governor recommended Cazort to the ACIC board earlier this month; the board voted Friday in favor of the recommendation. 

“Brad’s career as an attorney, coupled with his tremendous breadth of experience at the Arkansas Crime Information Center, make him the perfect choice for ACIC’s next director,” Hutchinson said in a news release. “I am confident that under Brad’s wise and energetic leadership, the ACIC will continue to thrive as the front-line source of up-to-date data for law-enforcement agencies in Arkansas.”

Cazort, who has worked for the ACIC since 2005, replaces Jay Winters, who stepped down as director for health reasons after serving under two governors.

“I am deeply appreciative of the trust and confidence the Governor and the ACIC Board have placed in me,” Cazort said. “I look forward to the continued growth of the mission at ACIC to ensure that we always provide the most accurate data in the most efficient manner to those who need it.” 

Cazort is an attorney who began his career at ACIC as administrator of the Special Services Division in 2005. Most recently, he worked as administrator of the Repository Division, as well as ACIC’s public information officer and liaison to the Legislature.

Send this to a friend