2013 IACP Technology Summit | Video & Cloud Solutions
Saturday, October 19, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM (EDT)
2013 IACP Technology Summit | Video & Cloud Solutions - Sponsored by TASER International
Hear real-life case studies and best practices delivered by those leading the charge for digital evidence collection and application. Learn how these leaders are:
- Managing digital evidence collection, storage and maintenance
- Future-proofing IT initiatives for digital evidence through adoption of outsourced, cloud-based solutions
- Creating a “bond of trust” between law enforcement and the community with transparency of digital information.
Chief of Police, Salt Lake City PD
(Ret) Chief of Police, San Jose PD
CEO, TASER International
Chief of Police, Rialto PD
Chief of Police, Fort Worth PD
Who Should Attend
Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police
- Streamline law enforcement operations while increasing officer safety and effectiveness
- Realize how cloud-adoption savings can be used to increase hires, or be reinvested in agency missions
- Access digital evidence quickly (real-time or archived), and mine intelligence on agency and officer performance from digital evidence analysis
- Learn more on the future of digital evidence collection, management and maintenance
- Evaluate cloud technology – what you need and why
- Simplify your digital evidence costs into a known monthly expense. Become a service-based organization (SLA) vs. a technical cost center (# of servers)
- Learn how investments in cloud-based digital evidence management can save tax dollars and reduce budgetary expenditures
- Promote your city as a leader in technology adoption and investments that serve the greater good.
Digital Evidence Overview
Digital evidence. It builds trust between law enforcement and the community by demonstrating transparency. It aids prosecutors, imparts confidence in jurors, and highlights the professionalism of police officers and their agencies. And technological advancements like on-officer digital video evidence make police officers safer significantly reduce complaints against enforcement.
But digital evidence also comes with complexity and cost.
As digital evidence grows at exponential rates, it is critical for agencies to be prepared for increases in staffing, expertise, and technology costs. Agencies must also have up-to-date procedures for chain of custody, storage, security, archival, and access.
How can agencies focus on their core competency –to serve and protect their community- if they are dealing with the challenges and expense of digital evidence management and maintenance?
The future of digital evidence needs collaboration between key stakeholders. The Major County Sheriffs Association brings together technologists, agencies, and community leaders under one roof to share what works and what doesn’t.
1:00pm - 1:20pm Ret. Chief Rob Davis, San Jose, CA
How Not to Waste Millions of Dollars On A Useless IT System
1:20pm - 1:40pm Chief Tony Farrar
Getting it Right the First Time: Video Technology Implementation
1:40pm - 2:00pm Rick Smith, CEO & Founder TASER International
The Future of Public Safety Technology
2:00pm - 2:20pm Chief Chris Burbank, Salt Lake City Police Department
How to get Local LE Communities to Collaborate through the Cloud
2:20pm - 2:40pm Chief Jeff Halstead, Fort Worth Police Department
The Value (No Cost) of On-Officer Cameras
2:40pm - 3:30pm Panel Discussion, Hosted by Rob Davis
To view the event flyer please CLICK HERE!
When & Where
Our Mission: Protect Life. Protect Truth, through Technologies that Make Communities Safer
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