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.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Police Chiefs • Major Crimes Commanders • IT Managers • Internal Investigations • City Attorneys
REGISTRATION: This workshop has concluded, to schedule one in your area please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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
of Chiefs of Police.
February 7, 2019
8:00 am – 12:00 pm