For this week’s IACP 2014 Education blog series, we focus on the Technology and Information Sharing Track. Look for this icon on our website and in our program to signify workshops from this track.
Just like everything else at IACP 2014, October 25-28 at the Orange County Convention Center – West Building, the Technology and Information Sharing Track will be featuring new, breakthrough workshops that focus on planning, implementing and managing technology to improve public and officer safety.
One workshop that you will not want to miss at IACP 2014 is “Truth or Consequences: Identity Management by Discovery, Verification and Authentication.” During this session, attendees can learn how to deal with cases of identity theft and make sure they are not arresting a victim of identity theft.
Another timely workshop is “Body-Worn Camera Technology: Law Enforcement and a New Era of Transparency, Accountability, Public Trust and Confidence.” Members of the Calgary Police Service will present case studies involving body-worn cameras and how to incorporate them into your department’s policies as well as the public sphere.
These and many more workshops are offered in the Technology and Information Sharing Track at IACP 2014, investigating many new up-and-coming technology and information systems. This track offers sessions throughout the entire conference, from Saturday, October 25, through Tuesday, October 28.
For additional information, visit our official conference website at www.theIACPconference.org. While you’re there, register for this premiere event and browse the other educational sessions – all this and much more on our website.