Weaponizing Video Against Police

Exploring leadership responsibilities for
senior executives managing law enforcement
agencies in a video age.

• The most prolific source of evidence available to police comes from video, including body worn, in-car, public and private CCTV, and from social media. Video is involved in over 70% of all criminal investigations, including complaints against police.
How prepared is your agency to move vast amounts of video data to meet your Investigation Division’s needs?
Why are so many agencies falling prey to targeted Use-of-Force accusations, where misinterpreted or fabricated video evidence is often the primary witness?
• This workshop guides senior managers through a discovery of how to empower their investigators to take control of their visual evidence, to ensure video images are not nefariously turned against their officers.


Police Chiefs Major Crimes Commanders IT Managers  Internal Investigations City Attorneys

REGISTRATION: This workshop has concluded, to schedule one in your area please email info@forensicvideosolutions.com.


Grant Fredericks is a Contract Instructor at the FBI National Academy who specializes in law enforcement applications of video evidence. Grant testifies throughout North America, the UK, New Zealand and in other countries as a Certified Forensic Video Expert, focused primarily on video related Use of Force investigations. He is the co-author of the national standards for mobile video recording systems for police agencies. He is a consultant to the DOJ, IACP and various police agencies in the US and Canada. Grant is a former police officer and head of the Vancouver Police Forensic Video Unit in Canada.

Presented by the
Tennessee Association
of Chiefs of Police.

February 7, 2019
8:00 am – 12:00 pm