The Institute for the Prevention of In-Custody Death will host the first annual Law Enforcement Camera-based Systems Symposium on June 9-11, 2015, in the Orleans Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Lexipol Senior Legal Advisor and Vice-President Ken Wallentine will be presenting during the symposium and available to answer participants’ questions about legal and policy issues related to camera-based systems.
The IPICD Center for Excellence in Event Reconstruction (CEER) 3-day Symposium will focus on law enforcement camera-based systems (e.g. body worn cameras, UAV's, ALPR, jail cameras, etc). The primary focus of the inaugural symposium will be on body worn cameras, storage, First Amendment, redaction, release, policy, and other topics listed below. This pioneering, first-of-its-kind symposium will help agencies planning to purchase, implement, manage, and/or defend camera-based systems to avoid “reinventing the wheel.”
The Symposium will give your agency, legal counsel, expert witnesses and other stakeholders an opportunity to learn from others’ stumbles and successes and to get first hand help from leaders in the field. (Note: camera-based recording system manufacturers have been invited to exhibit their products, however, no manufacturer's representative will be presenting about its camera-based system during the symposium and no manufacturer’s sponsorship is being accepted. Participants will have an opportunity to individually meet with various providers and examine their products).
Symposium session topics include:
Register early as seats will fill quickly and seating is limited. For additional Symposium information, special hotel room rate code, topics, scheduled presenters, tuition, and online registration information, please visit: www.ipicd.com/ceer