Automated Audio & Video Redaction


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Learn how Law Enforcement uses AI and the Azure Cloud to Revolutionize the Release of Public Records

Featuring Chief David Jantas of Pemberton Township Police Department

Join Veritone, Microsoft, and Pemberton Township Police Department’s Chief David Jantas to learn how Law Enforcement is adopting AI-powered technologies to rapidly redact Audio & Video evidence prior to records release.

When Chief Jantas received a grant to procure bodyworn cameras for his agency, he knew he needed to find a solution to help automate the redaction of personally identifiable information (PII), that would be present in the audio and video surveillance collected in the field. After evaluating multiple technologies he selected Veritone as his preferred solution.

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  • How you can automate the redaction of PII in Audio & Video evidence

  • Criteria to evaluate Redaction software solutions

  • Security requirements for Cloud-Based software



Chief David Jantas

Pemberton Township Police Department

Chief David Jantas was given the opportunity to join the Pemberton Township Police Department in 1994. In 1998 the police department began its entrance into the computer age. Chief Jantas was one of the police departments' original Computer Liaisons tasked with training personnel in the use of the software and maintaining the associated equipment.  Ultimately, he became the technology focal point for the entire agency, overseeing training and several equipment and software upgrades.  He also managed the initial installation and subsequent digital upgrade of the department’s in-car video system and procurement of body-worn cameras. Chief Jantas has enjoyed a 10-year career leading the Pemberton Police Force.


Richard Zak

Director of Justice and Public Safety at Microsoft 

Richard Zak leads solution initiatives at Microsoft to support safer citizens, communities, and responders.  He also serves with a range of public safety community organizations including the Communications & Technology Committee for the International Association of Chiefs of Police, the board for iCERT (Industry Council for Emergency Response Technologies), the Corporate Council for the Citizens Crime Commission of New York City, and previously the U.S. Department of Justice Law Enforcement Video Working Group.  He is a retired member of the fire service.

Jon Gacek

Head of Government, Legal & Compliance at Veritone

Jon Gacek leads Veritone's business unit providing AI-enabled solutions for the Government, Legal and Compliance sectors. Jon is passionate about delivering flexible, scalable, and future-proof AI technologies that drive cost, time, and resource efficiencies while helping to keep our communities safe. Jon has 18 years of public company C-suite experience, including President and CEO of Quantum and was an audit partner at PwC.