The Body-Worn Camera Forum and Use of Force Summit covers topics such as:
Use of Force Summit
When and how should the Use of Force Continuum be phased out in favor of de-escalation policies?
What does the 4th circuit Armstrong ruling mean for ECD policies around the country?
Should video evidence of a use of force incident be shared with an involved officer before or after an investigation? Or should it be shared at all?
How can you best achieve union buy-in for policy changes?
Will holding officers to a higher standard than Graham vs. Connor harm or benefit your agency?
When, if ever, should drive-stun be used?
In what ways did PERF miss the point with their use of force recommendations and what did they get right?
How do Crisis Intervention Teams save lives, time, and money?
In what ways is "sanctity of life" different from "preservation of life" and how do you train it?
Who should serve as a department`s media spokesperson and what training should they have?
Body-Worn Camera Forum
Should the data and video be stored and managed in-house? What are the pros-and-cons of using the cloud? Does it all come down to cost?
What funding options exist for implementing body-warn cameras? What costs do we need to think about after the initiative is underway?
Are there legal and policy considerations that departments need to account for prior to launching? How does policy inform the selection and implementation process?
Which technologies actually save money and resources? How should we select a vendor? Is it better to have a wide or narrow search?
How should you involve the community in selecting and rolling out a new piece of technology? How are some agencies using community support and resources to reduce the burden of funding initiatives alone?
The Body-Worn Camera Forum and Use of Force Summit brings together senior attendees from law enforcement, including:
Technology Officers and Body-Worn Camera Administrators