IACP 2015 Technology and Information Sharing Track – An Attendee Perspective

TechGuest blogger: Chief Scot Haug, Post Falls, Idaho, Police Department

Learn some of the latest technology trends in law enforcement during IACP 2015. It is critical that law enforcement executives stay current with the latest technology trends. Today, the drive to implement technology is unlike anything seen in the history of law enforcement. At the rate technology is changing you will not want to miss the Technology and Information Sharing Track during the upcoming IACP Annual Conference and Exposition. There are several classes to choose from such as:

  • “See No Evil,” Examining Best Practices for Video Evidence Collection and Management – As law enforcement use of video expands exponentially, administrators find themselves confronted with an increasing challenge in managing video and data. This session examines necessary policy development to meet that challenge.
  • Are You Implementing a Body-Worn Camera Program? No Need to Do It Alone – Law enforcement agencies are adopting body-worn cameras to increase transparency, citizen trust, and officer safety. This session will provide resources and promising practices, and other considerations associated with body-worn cameras.
  • Cyber Intrusions/Data Breaches Targeting Law Enforcement – A panel presentation discussion on the threat of cyber intrusion and data breach involving state and local law enforcement.
  • Protecting Law Enforcement Data – With the wide-ranging cyber issues threatening law enforcement and public safety, we will explore how to share and protect your data utilizing national information security standards and advanced information security architectures.

Visit the official conference website for more information about this and other educational opportunities at IACP 2015.

We look forward to seeing you in Chicago!

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