Chris White, co-founder and managing partner of RollKall, spent nearly 20 years as a law enforcement officer in East Texas. Almost every single weekend and evening, he worked off-duty security for a subdivision and on oil fields.
When his oil clients started asking him to manage off-duty jobs with other officers, including handling payments and scheduling, he got the idea to start his own extra-duty administration company, ATHOS Group, as a way to supplement his salary from the sheriff’s department. Not long after, he decided to retire from the Sheriff’s department and focus on ATHOS full time.
During a conversation with Ben Poch (Industry expert and Co-Founder of RollKall), the two of them realized that there needed to be an easier way to coordinate and manage off-duty jobs across cities and states.
And so, RollKall was launched in 2014 to make it easy for law enforcement agencies to manage their extra-duty programs while providing the oversight and transparency they and their communities are searching for.
RollKall enabled more than $1 billion in off-duty payments, has served more than 59,000 officers from more than 1,420 law enforcement agencies in 38 states, including Detroit Police Department, Orlando Police Department, Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, Honolulu Police Department and Kansas City Police Department.
Officers have worked more than 6.1 million jobs from RollKall, totaling more than 29.6 million hours.